New Series of Posts from Your Archives 2020 – Two of your posts from the last 12 months.

Happy New Year and I hope that you are looking forward to an amazing year of blogging.  I think we all have some posts that we are most proud of and would like to reach a wider audience. The aim of Posts from your Archives is to do just that.

The aim of this series is to showcase your blog and any creative work that you do from books, art, photography and crafts. You pick two posts that you have written for your own blog in 2019, and you simply send the link to those blogs to sally.cronin@moyhill.com

You have to do nothing more as I will capture the post and images from your blog and I will then post with full copyright to you.. with your creative work and your links to buy and to connect. I might sometimes need a little more information but I am quite resourceful in finding out everything I need.

Posts from Your Archives in 2019 was amazing and over 100 bloggers participated with over 400 posts that have reached a different audience and encouraged more readers for their own blogs and current posts.

It is also an opportunity for authors to share their work as I will add in those details onto the end of each post too.

N.B.. please bear in mind that each post is reformatted rather than copied straight in and that an article with a great many photographs is not ideal. Very happy to reblog those instead. thanks

Also a bit of a reminder that your books will be mentioned in the post so please send links to posts that are not self-promotions.

So… look through your posts from 2019 and pick two that you have written that you would like to share with my readers, and then just send me the URL for each one to sally.cronin@moyhill.com and I will do the rest.

Here is an example of one of the posts from 2019 to give you an idea of how yours will look. This post by Darlene Foster received 175 views

Children’s author and travel writer Darlene Foster is a regular visitor to the blog and has shared some amazing posts.  She gave me permission to explore her archives in search of more treasure. In her final post in this particular series, I am sharing a post on her birthplace.

Ten Reasons to visit Medicine Hat, Canada by Darlene Foster

Many people are intrigued by the name of my birthplace and tend to want to know more about it. So I thought I would share an article I recently had published in Travel Thru History, a wonderful ezine featuring great travel articles. There are many reasons to visit this interesting prairie city that will always be apart of me no matter where I go. Here are ten of them.

CityofMH

Medicine Hat, Alberta, is not often high on anyone’s must-visit list, if it’s there at all. But it should be. There are many reasons to visit this oasis in the Canadian prairies, here are ten of them.

The Name

Who wouldn’t want to visit a place with such a unique name? There are many stories about how the city acquired its unique name derived from the original First Nation’s name Saamis, which means The Medicine Man’s Hat. All the legends involve a feather headdress. One story tells of a battle between the Blackfoot and Cree in which a retreating Cree Medicine Man lost his headdress in the South Saskatchewan River at the place where Medicine Hat became a town. The city uses a feather headdress as its symbol. The locals simply call their town, “The Hat” and residents are often called, “Hatters”.

SAAMISTepee

The World’s Largest Tepee

It’s hard to miss this towering structure as you enter Medicine Hat on the Trans-Canada Highway from either direction. Originally constructed for the Calgary 1988 Winter Olympics, the Saamis Tepee is a tribute to Canada’s native heritage. The colours of the structure are symbolic, white for purity, red for the rising and setting sun and blue for the flowing river. It is the World’s Tallest Tepee standing over 20 stories high, weighing 200 tonnes

Read more about Medicine Hat Travel Through History

Jim Marshall mural

One of the many sculptured brick murals by Jim Marshall.

To learn more about Jim Marshall and his sculptured brick murals watch this interesting video which includes fabulous views of the city: https://www.pbs.org/video/northwest-profiles-james-marshall-brick-artist/

Giantchess set

The giant chess set by the library. Grandchildren is another reason for me to visit.

Here is a video of the landscape and sights to see in Medicine Hat: by DKay

© Images Darlene Foster

About Darlene Foster

Darlene Foster is a writer, an employment counsellor, an ESL tutor for children, a wife, mother and grandmother. She loves travel, shoes, cooking, reading, sewing, chocolate, music, the beach and making new friends. Her 13-year-old grandson called her “super-mega-woman-supreme”.

She was brought up on a ranch near Medicine Hat, Alberta, where she dreamt of traveling the world and meeting interesting people. She currently divides her time between the west coast of Canada and the Costa Blanca in Spain, with her husband Paul.

“Amanda in Arabia-The Perfume Flask” was her first published novel. Once bitten by the travel bug, Amanda travels to other interesting places, sticking her nose in other people’s problems and getting herself in trouble. Read “Amanda in Spain – The Girl in the Painting”, “Amanda in England – The Missing Novel”, “Amanda in Alberta – The Writing on the Stone”, and “Amanda on the Danube – The Sounds of Music” and “Amanda in New Mexico – Ghosts in the Wind”  to find out the adventures Amanda has as she travels the world.

A selection of  books by Darlene Foster

One of the recent reviews for Amanda in Holland

D. W. Peach 5.0 out of 5 stars A tour of Holland  September 25, 2019

This book was quite a bit of fun. Foster combines a middle-grade fiction plot with a colorful tour of Holland, including its famous sites, snippets of history, and its wonderful flowers and food. I had the great fortune of visiting my grandparents in Holland when I was Amanda’s age, and her experiences in the book mirror my memories in great detail. It was a blast to traipse along beside Amanda and enjoy the country once again.

The main plot focuses on the recovery of a lost puppy, but secondary plots weave through the story, and all come together nicely at the end. There’s a bit of mystery and some danger to keep the tension up. There are also some very moving scenes when Amanda visits Anne Frank’s home and a war memorial dedicated to the Canadians who helped liberate Holland during WWII. A lovely book for young readers

Read the reviews and buy the books: Amazon US

and: Amazon UK

Read more reviews and follow Darlene: Goodreads

Connect to Darlene

Website: www.darlenefoster.ca
Blog: Darlene Foster WordPress
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DarleneFosterWriter
Twitter: https://twitter.com/supermegawoman

I hope you will participate in the new series which I hope to begin from mid-January… look forward to hearing from you with your two links to sally.cronin@moyhill.com

 

135 thoughts on “New Series of Posts from Your Archives 2020 – Two of your posts from the last 12 months.

  1. Another generous offer, Sally. You’re amazing. A great share from Darlene too, and I’m so glad you enjoyed my review of her book. It was a special read for me personally. I will dig through the year and see what I have. A Happy 2020 to you. I wish you a year of good health, bountiful joy, and peace. ❤

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  2. Wishing you a Happy and a wonderful New Year Sally. Thanks for another lovely offer. I must dig out something useful though most of my posts could be poetry but I have a few others too. Love and new year hugs dear friend. Stay blessed.

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  3. Thank you for another fabulous opportunity, Sally. I’m happy to join in the fun. Here’s wishing you the best year filled with many rich adventures.

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