Let People Know You’ve Been OTV

Love OTV and it’s sexy new domain? Show your loyalty with a blog button. Here’s the button code and the image of what it will look like on your site.

I've been On the Verge

I’ve been OTV button code (175×250):

<a href=”//otvmagazine.com”><img src=”//notsodeepthoughtsbyshareenmansfield.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/ive-been-on-the-verge.jpg” /></a>

Guess what?! You can also put up a #LinkYourLife button. Go ahead! You know you want to.

#LinkYourLife Button

#LinkYourLife button code:

<a href=”http://honeyquill.com/2015/04/20/linkyourlife/”><img src=”https://thespire.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/linkyourlife-button.jpg&#8221; /></a>

Got it? Good.

For more info on blog buttons, click here and review installation instructions on The Honeyed Quill. OTV and THQ are totally #twinning today.

 

 

 

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Shawna is a writer and in Bloomington, IN with an MFA from Indiana University. Her work most frequently addresses issues associated with survivorship. Some of her published writing can be found in The Manifest-Station, HuffPo, Sacred & Subversive, Exit 7, [wherever], and Role Reboot. She writes most regularly on Steemit and her personal site, The Honeyed Quill. Shawna is the creator of #LinkYourLife, the compassion-based community for artists and survivors on Twitter and Facebook. She is Editor-in-Chief for The Relationship Blogger, a site dedicated to mental health, relationships and their intersections. She teaches writing locally as well as online through the Elizabeth Ayres Center for Creative Writing.

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