sponsorship and media

Ways to connect with my audience
Ad Space
Hosting sponsored post and giveaways that are product related.
(I am always looking for products that will benefit and resonate with my readers and friends.
Popular items are books, cookery and home improvement.
You can see previous giveaways here.)

I am currently looking for ways to connect readers with resources for family travel (specifically camping related,) urban farming and budget friendly home improvement.
I really need a kitchen make-over. Can you help?

The Numbers
Jolly Goode Gal continues to be a growing blog.  JGG publishes an average of 3-5 times a week (except on holiday weeks) and covers topics such as family, faith, cooking, DIY, crafting, entertaining and thrifting among others.

Average Page Views on Blog Per Month 44,500
Pinterest Followers: 5,600
Twitter Followers 857
Facebook Friends and Followers 1004
Instagram Followers 854

If you have a  question about any of the above please feel free to email me at ahomemadeyear@gmail.com

My book, A Homemade Year: The Blessings of Cooking, Crafting and Coming Together was released by Paraclete Press on April 1, 2013. 

I am honored to say that the book has received lovely endorsements by Ree Drummond (the Pioneer Woman.) Shauna Niequist, Courtney Walsh, Phyllis Tickle and Sybil MacBeth. 
You can read more about A Homemade Year here. 

Reviews of A Homemade Year
Publishers Weekly

For media and publicity questions please contact Karen Minster at KarenM@ParacletePress.com

I have been featured in the following publications
At Home in Arkansas
Little Rock Family
Inspired Ideas
Somerset Life
Vintage Style
Cottage Style
Mathew Mead Summer
Arkamsas Democrat Gazette

I have contributed to several online blogs and websites. I write about crafting, faith and home making.
You can find all those links here.

Currently I am interested the intersection of faith and domesticity and how it applies to families and communities and am looking for contributing opportunities related to this topic.

Media Appearance's
I have had the pleasure of appearing on local morning talk shows for several years, demonstrating seasonal crafts.
Most recently my family and I were featured on an episode of Urban Farming with P. Allen Smith, which we had a blast filming.
You can watch the 10 minute segment below.

Book Trailer



Cheers and Blessings,


  1. I saw you at the church on Saturday night. Wish I would have said hello but I was too shy. Loved the speaker and ordered her book. I love, love your book. For some reason I had trouble with commenting on the blog post.

    1. Hi Melody! I remember seeing you & I would love to meet you- I will be back to 1st Pres in November to share A Homemade Year with everyone- we will have to connect then!


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