Pay-It-Forward-Friday: Gene’O

Pay It Forward Fridays came from this post by Emily Guido. The idea is to feature a blogger or author on Fridays and give them a little shoutout. Anyone goes as long as they’re interested.

I’ve received an incredible amount of support from bloggers, authors and people I’ve met on line who didn’t know me and were just very kind, supportive souls. And, when I read that post by Emily Guido, I thought: time to give back.

I loved this quote from Emily’s mother:

“I cast a couple of pieces of bread on the water and the waves bring me back a ham sandwich.”

Karma is a beautiful thing.

My focus today is Gene’O, a blogger, writer and photographer just to name a few. He also happens to have a M.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Creative English. He’s also one of those people I’ve mentioned above.


Gene’O describes himself as a: “Compulsive writer, amateur photographer, and blogaholic.”

He’s is a contributor to several fantastic websites:







He also runs his own site and is active on other media:

(just Gene'O)

(just Gene’O)


pinterest for Bloggers


stubleupon for Bloggers

His sites are filled with goodies like incredible photographs, writing resources, great posts, helpful tips for Social Media and more. I follow them and the day doesn’t go by when I don’t find something worthwhile on them. Why not check them out?


4 thoughts on “Pay-It-Forward-Friday: Gene’O

  1. A compulsive writer – I love that. I met Gene’O through you actually – on twitter. He has a great sense of collaboration and it’s easy to see why people enjoy his sites. I love that his work is featured here. You provide an incredibly supportive environment and I always enjoy your posts. Long live pay-it-forward Fridays 🙂

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