Welcome to this week’s round up of posts you might haved missed. As always my thanks to William Price King and Paul Andruss who are such huge supporters and contributors to the blog.. Also this week to Julie Lawford with a very informative posts on the challenges of being left-handed, and to Karen Ingalls, whose post shares her experiences as an ovarian cancer survivor.
I have been busy offline, finishing one project and moving onto the next. I have also been working on the plan for the blog from September onwards with some new promotional opportunities for authors and bloggers. In October the blog will be four years old and I would like to celebrate that with a week of guest posts. I am hoping to persuade those of you who have been with me for most of those four years to share some highlights from your own blogs and the funniest moments too. More about that later in the summer but perhaps you can get your thinking caps on now. It is of course an opportunity to share your work and perhaps inspire others to take up this madness that is blogging.
Thank you very much for popping in and for leaving feedback and sharing the posts across your own networks.. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate that. More to come in the next week and I hope you will have the time to drop in again.
Time to get on with the posts from the week…
William Price King Meets Some legends
We look at some of the music from the films of Barbra Streisand in the 1980s and 1990s.
Smorgasbord Writer in Residence Paul Andruss
This week Paul takes us back through the centuries to discover the origins of our modern day opera including some of the less highbrow aspects of this form of entertainment.
The Black Bitch and other Tales by Geoff Cronin
Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore Update
Book and blog marketing
Book promotion on Twitter
Taking advantage of book promotion opportunities
My review of No More Mulberries by Mary Smith
Air Your Reviews
Latest research in to the use of Vitamin C in an effective treatment for sepsis
Guest post by Julie Lawford on the challenges of being left-handed.
Guest post by Karen Ingalls, Ovarian cancer survivor.
Top to Toe – The Female Reproductive System
Thank you again and hope to see you next week.. Enjoy your sunday.. Sally