The first post is from Carol Taylor and is this week’s Whimsical Wednesdays is a lovely mixture of varied subjects and usually a short story or an episode of one. Well worth heading over to enjoy.
Good morning everyone to the first Whimsical Wednesday of 2020…I hope everyone had a fabulous Christmas and New Year and 2020 will be all you wish for…
Have you heard or seen one of these Suvie’s…I hadn’t until I read Scott Anderson’spost it is very interesting and I know a few people who would love one as they love all that is new in gadgets…I would love to test one if the manufacturers wanted me to…I have an open mind but suspect they are more for the busy working person rather than someone who is retired however that may not be correct they may be the best thing since sliced bread…They certainly sound interesting and innovative…
Scott also provided this link to the wonders of a Suvie…Have a look it is nothing if not quite fascinating https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/suvie-kitchen-robot/
Did you know? On the 3rd January, 1870 construction began on the Brooklyn Bridge. Brooklyn Bridge is a suspension/cable-stay hybrid bridge in New York City that connects Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States (completed in 1883) and a first steel-wire suspension bridge in the world.
Head over to enjoy the whimsy in full: Carol Taylor – Whimsical Wednesdays
The next post is one of prolific book reviewer and author Robbie Cheadle with a review for Vanished by Mark Bierman.
What Amazon says
Tragedy . . . heartache . . . how much more can Tyler Montgomery and John Webster take? This missions trip, the “healing” one, has only added fresh layers of pain. Construction of an orphanage in Haiti’s northwest . . . yes. But a doomed rescue operation, human traffickers, human anomalies, extreme personal danger . . . risk of death? They hadn’t signed up for those.
Turning their backs on the crisis, however, is unthinkable, it’s just not who they are.
Head over to read Robbie’s review of Vanished, looks like a riveting read: Robbie Cheadle reviews Vanished by Mark Bierman
The final post today that I recommend you head over to read in full is from Marcia Meara who will be resuming her ‘Share a Review Day‘.. A wonderful opportunity to share a review for either a new book or an older book you would like to give a boost to..
I know I said I was going to be resuming #ShareAReviewDay starting tomorrow, 1/7, but I was a bit over-optimistic. I’m still trying to catch up with a ton of stuff, while trying to pace myself by not over-doing. And my local presentations are starting up again this coming Saturday, so I’m not totally organized yet.
Okay, who am I kidding? I’m never totally organized! But I’m usually closer to it than I am right now. With that thought in mind, I’m going to resume #ShareAReviewDay Tuesdays (one of my favorite regular features) on Tuesday, 1/21, and I’ve already got one review set up for that morning. I like to do two per Tuesday, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, and it’s always on a first-come, first served basis.
Head over and check out the submission guidelines and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to showcase your work: Marcia Meara – Share a Review Day
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to enjoy these posts in full, thanks Sally.