Welcome to the posts you might have missed during the last 8 days… a little later than usual as I have been taking advantage of the wonderful weather over Easter and have been away from the screen for most of each day.
The two Easter parades have been great fun for me to put together and I am thrilled with the wonderful behatted guests who have participated. A little music, dancing, funnies and genuinely lovely people who are all very supportive of me and the blog.
It is not too late to pop in and add the link to your latest post and your Amazon Link.
How many of these guests or their representatives do you recognise?
Easter Parade Saturday.
And here are the other posts from the week.
William Price King shares the life and music of jazz pianist/electric keyboardist and composer Chick Corea.
The House by the Sea by Paul Andruss – The final three episodes
This week Carol Taylor and I share the foods you need to include in your diet to ensure you do not become deficient in Vitamin B5.
This month Silvia Todesco shares a recipe for a special sugar glazed pie that uses up your fruit that is going squishy…
My review for Survival of the Fittest (Book 1 of The Crossroads Trilogy) by Jacqui Murray
A Haibun – The Circles of Life
This week in the R’s of Life I look at the billions of dollars spent in regulated and non-regulated cosmetic surgeries and procedures in an effort to look young.
Donna Hill shares the retirement process for guide dogs and how they can be absorbed into the family or extended family.
Miriam Hurdle shares the story of her brother-in-law and the challenge of waiting for a perfect match.
This week Susanne Swanson introduces us to Benji – the runt of the litter who soars in his dreams.
Patty Fletcher shares a difficult time during her first experience of Seeing Eye Dog training school being away from home at Easter.
I share more of the contributors to this anthology of interviews with fellow authors who have experienced significant life events.
New Book on the Shelves
Author Update – Reviews
Thank you very much for dropping in through the week and today, I hope that you had a peaceful Easter and that the tragic events in Sri Lanka did not touch your lives. Sally