Welcome to this week’s update which is now being moved to Saturday… It has been a busy week and so I will dive straight into the posts you might have missed from the week.
With Thanksgiving and the Christmas Book Fair, I hope there is something you will find interesting.
I have put all the Christmas Book Fair posts, including the new releases, author updates and guest posts, in a page in the menu so that they are all together. I have made the page my pinned tweet on Twitter and will update the page each day with the new posts. My intention is to include every author currently in the Cafe and Bookstore so plenty more to come in the next couple of weeks.
I would be so grateful if you are an author in the cafe and bookstore if you would visit the page and tweet or if you are on Twitter pop in to my account @sgc58 and retweet from there.
Here is the link to the page: Christmas Book Fair 2019
As always I am very thankful for all the wonderful contributions from guests and to you for dropping in. Much more to come from tomorrow and for the rest of next week and I hope you will join me again..
I wanted to take the opportunity to say a special thank you to the collaborators who write columns each week to entertain and inform us..
Over the next four weeks, Mike Biles will be sharing the A-Z of Christmas in Britain, history, tradition and trivia with us… this week part one… with much more to come.
Etheree – Thanksgiving
about the things
I am grateful for.
I have many blessings
on the material side,
but they fade away to nothing,
compared to the greatest gifts of all,
our health, and love of people around us.
©Sally Cronin 2019
Time for this week’s Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge by Charli Mills and the prompt was ‘winners’ in 99 words, no more, no less…
Delighted to welcome James J. Cudney with a guest post on his perspective on book reviewing. James is a prolific reviewer and they are always thoughtful and constructive. Always a pleasure to receive his opinion about your work.
After some time offline it is great to welcome back author Don Massenzio. In this post Don explores the urban myth?… real thing?… Writer’s block!
New books on the Shelves
Christmas book fair author update
Thank you for all your support this week and have a wonderful weekend.. thanks Sally.