Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed whilst enjoying your Christmas with family and friends.. a much more important priority than reading blog posts. I hope you had an amazing time and are now looking forward to New Year’s Eve and 2020.
According to some astrologists, 2020 is going to be a fabulous year so buckle up.
In the coming week although there will be more recommended books that I have read and reviewed.. A final post in the Cook from Scratch series on the subject of Phosphorus, and news of Carol Taylor’s upcoming series in 2020.
There will also be changes to Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore.. in the name to start with as it will now become Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore in line with the other series on the blog.
As always the aim is to support your own book marketing strategies, and for new authors who do not have a presence on a blog or any social media, I do have my FREE pdf which now includes setting up Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and also a blog for accessibility and readability. It does not have to be complex and have all the bells and whistles as Keeping it Simple is just as effective. Just email me on firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy.
There will be some Cafe updates during the week with recent reviews for authors on the shelves and here will also be a new series of Posts from Your Archives and more about that on New Year’s Day.. and more stories from What’s in a Name series every day.
As always my thanks to the regular contributors and this week William Price King and D.G.Kaye have done a wonderful joy in keeping us entertained. Also to those who have submitted festive stories and this week two more from Audrey Driscoll and Eric Lennick.
Now for the posts from this week you might have missed.
William Price King shares more Christmas Music with us…
The Christmas Day post with a video that should leave you smiling
I have read and reviewed 26 books in 2019 and wanted to share them with you.. Part two coming up this week with my recommended books from 2018/2017 since they are fabulous books that I hope you will enjoy reading.
And my last review of 2019 Blackthorn by Terry Tyler.
Over the next few weeks I will be sharing the stories from A- Z from my collection What’s in a Name.
Audrey Driscoll shares two festive excerpts from her action and adventure novel Book 4 of the Herbert West Series – Hunting the Phoenix.
Eric Lennick, the other half of the writing Duo with his wife Joy Lennick shares a short story with a twist…
New book on the shelves
Author updates with recent reviews.
Thank you very much for dropping in during the week and today and wishing you Happy New Year.. hope to see you soon. Thanks Sally