Welcome to the round up of post that you might have missed this week on Smorgasbord..
Well this week has certainly been a rollercoaster ride. Televisions around the world have been overheating and the screens shouted at as the American Election took place and lockdowns and further restrictions were announced to try and harness the rampaging virus. So many lives in the balance for one reason or another and after months of this, it would be really amazing if next week starts to see a de-escalation of hostilities on all fronts.
All we can do is watch and stay safe.
It has been the usual week here on Smorgasbord, but I did get out and about earlier in the week for an interview which was great fun and did me the power of good. A link to that post further down the page.
I am also working on the Christmas promotions. I will be starting the Christmas Book Fair in a couple of weeks as I will be featuring all current authors in the Cafe and Bookstore and in the Children’s Cafe too and that will take several weeks.
William Price King will be sharing some wonderful international carols in two special posts in December. And I am planning on having a Christmas Tea Party for bloggers and authors closer to the holidays.
All the regular posts will be featured with plenty of music and funnies.
I hope that gives you something to look forward to and that you will join us when you can.
Time for the posts from the week and as always my thanks to William Price King and Debby Gies who are this week’s contributors, and to you for all your support.
This week I was delighted to be the guest of author Marcia Meara... I was sharing my thoughts on the gift of blogging and my gratitude for the contributors who bring such interesting and entertaining content to the blog, and those who have supported Smorgasbord for the last 7 years: Marcia Meara Writes Guest Post
Thanks for dropping in today and thank you for all your support during the week. Have a great weekend and may we all wake up on Monday morning with good news on all fronts.. thanks Sally.