Welcome to the weekly round up and today the sun is shining for the first time in a week.. Cold but bright. And fitting as the Christmas blog and book promotions began this week as I have 160+ authors to promote between now and the big day. Thankfully with Ebooks… you can buy right up to the wire. As so many children’s books are in print… I have shared most of those this week but there will be more to come in the following promotions.
Just a reminder of what is going on, including 12 days of party from December 13th which you are invited to participate in: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2018/11/10/smorgasbord-blog-magazine-christmas-author-and-blog-promotions-2018-its-party-time-again/
As there is quite a bit to get through..here are the posts from the week that you might have missed.
The Music Column with William Price King and the legendary Chet Baker – Trombone – my thanks as always to William for sharing his experiences and knowledge with us.
And the music of 1990 that I still play today.
My response to this week’s Tuesday #Poetry Challenge by Colleen Chesebro #etheree
The first story this weekend is about a man who takes things way too much for granted.. Meet Usher.
Vanessa is a mother who is faced with a life changing dilemma..
My review of Born in a Treacherous Time by Jacqui Murray.
Jacquie Biggar has a new release due out on December 3rd and it is on a special pre-order price until that date.
Something for everyone
The Blogger Daily – on hiatus until after Christmas from this week…. there will however be a special reblog three days a week of fantastic posts.
Leslie Tate, Rachel Poli and Carol Taylor
Paul Andruss, Donata Zawadzka, Carol Taylor and The Story Reading Ape.
A – Z of Common Conditions – Asthma – causes and management.
It is time that turkey becomes king for Thanksgiving and Christmas… I tell you about the benefits of this healthy lean protein and Carol Taylor whips it into shape for delicious meals.
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope that you will join me again next week… thanks Sally