Dominique 🐝 Petersen en Music of the '40s, '50s, and '60s Book Designer and Owner • New Author Publishing Services 8/10/2017 · 1 min de lectura · 4,5K


For those of you who have not visited my Hive, Music of the 40s, 50s, and 60s, I interspersed my music video posts with Producer posts under the titles of "Musical Decades" and "Music History". These are true "content" posts covering a specific topic, such as "1940's Big Band Leaders", "1950's Doo-Wop", "1960's Story Songs", "The Tragic Death of Bessie Smith", and so on. In addition, to break things up, I posted what I called "Voices from the Past" once a week. This consisted of a photo of the musician and a quote from him (I didn't get to make up any quotes from women musicians). I also posted a music-related cartoon in the Hive which I called "Saturday ♫ Smile". 

With the new rules, I will only be posting Producer posts in my hive and none of the rest—unless I can turn them into a Producer Post as I am doing now with my "Voices from the Past" series. For those of you who haven't seen these quotes, I'd like to show them to you now in this post.

So here below is the end of the weekly series, "Voices from the Past".


And here's the latest one that I can't post in my Hive, so I will include it here:

Thanks for reading; I hope you enjoyed these quotes.

Dominique "Nik" Petersen is an aficionado of old music and the author of Dr. Hook and Me: A Fan's Journal/ Scrapbook. Read about it and her other books at the website:

Moi Kliniger 26/10/2017 · #38

#22 Very good read ☺

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Dominique 🐝 Petersen 11/10/2017 · #37

Thanks for the share, Nick! ;o)
@Nick Mlatchkov

Dominique 🐝 Petersen 10/10/2017 · #36

Thanks for the share, Joyce! ;o)
@Joyce Redlon

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Milos Djukic 10/10/2017 · #35

#28 @Chas ✌️ Wyatt, Fractals are forever (incuding you) :)

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Javier 🐝 beBee 10/10/2017 · #34

#33 @Chas ✌️ Wyatt Bee happy !!!! We are happy too :-)

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Chas ✌️ Wyatt 10/10/2017 · #33

#30 I am actually glad beBee incinerated the hives. Things were becoming stagnate around here and it gave me the push to discover and Medium on a deeper level. I am much happier on those two sites.

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David B. Grinberg 10/10/2017 · #32

I just want to note the following per the 200 word count on new Producer buzz (non-blog posts):
1) Most people can write 200 words in their sleep, so this should not be problematic, especially considering the ROI of more quality content which enhances engagement.
2) If you're posting a link to an article, just "cut and paste" a 200-word excerpt from the article (in quotation marks with attribution). This will draw reader interest if you don't want to write something as a preface.
3) If you're posting a photo or memes, use the text for the 200-word count, if possible. If not, defer to the Point 1.
While the first option is preferable per original quality content IMHO, it's not the only option -- which is what I want to point out, especially to those who are respectfully and constructively voicing a negative opinion.
Thanks and best to all on producing high-quality buzz!
cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA

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Kevin Baker 9/10/2017 · #30

#28 don't be so quick , not like you to do that

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