Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed during the week here on Smorgasbord.
Nothing new to report on the home front as we face another month in full lock down. Hopefully by the better weather (usually) appears in May we will be able to get out and about a little more.
On the blog front there are a few changes taking place in the next couple of weeks. The first is that the Cafe and Bookstore update has had a facelift and from Friday 12th March will go from three posts a week to one which is The Weekly News with more authors featured in the post but with just book covers their most recent review and their links.
I am hoping that with more authors sharing the post to boost their own featured review, the post will reach a wider audience.
I will continue to do a standalone feature for new books or new authors in the Cafe and to post regular features where everyone in the Cafe gets a showcase. With the past book reviews, current book reviews and the archive posts I hope that will offer plenty of opportunities for book promotions.
If you have a new book coming out in the next month then please let me know as I am working a couple of weeks ahead and I don’t want to miss any.
My thanks to Robbie Cheadle – Jacquie Biggar – Mary Crowley, Marian Beaman and Alex Craigie for their wonderful reviews for Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries this week.
As always my thanks to William Price King for co-presenting the Breakfast Show with me.. we are having so much fun, Debby Gies for the funnies…and Danny Kemp for getting the weekend off to a good start… and or course to you for your ongoing support… have a good weekend.
Here are the posts from the week you might have missed.
– The Breakfast Show with William Price King and Sally Cronin – Chart Hits 1964 Part One
Tales from the Irish Garden Christmas under the Magnolia Tree
Tales from the Irish Garden – Winter: The Messengers of Peace and Desperation and The Storyteller
Colleen Chesebro’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Challenge No 214 #ThemePrompt – Dreams
Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Eight – Anti-Aging and Flexibility
Breakfast and Dessert – Smoothies and Fresh Fruit Salad
#Family – My Baby Wrote Me A Letter: An Inspirational Women’s Fiction Short Story by Jacquie Biggar
Past Book Reviews 2020 – #Fantasy #Paranormal – Viral Blues by C.S. Boyack
Past Book Reviews 2020 – #DystopianSciFi -Wasteland (Operation Galton Book 2) by Terry Tyler
Authors, They’re Only Human : Morning Musings from the Journal by Patty L.Fletcher
Tragically Unaware: The Internal World of the #Narcissist by LaDonna Remy MSW, LICSW
#Kindness – A Gallon of Water by Gwen M. Plano
#Historical Antoinette Truglio Martin, #Dragons Janice Spina
Sunday 28th February 2021 – #AncientBritain Viv Sang, #Writing Sian Turner, #Walks #Cancerupdate Mary Smith
#Methane Carol Taylor, #SeaOtters Cindy Knoke, #Emptynest Alethea Kehas
Tuesday March 2nd 2021 – #Interview Liz Gauffreau, #Texaspower John Howell, #CreativeSpark D.L. Finn
Thursday March 4th 2021 – #Interview Barbara Spencer,#LifeBalance Marcia Meara, #Free cookbook Eat Dessert First Greece
#Poetry Voices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by Frank Prem
#Military #Romance The SEAL’s Temptation: Wounded Hearts- Book 7 by Jacquie Biggar
New Author on the Shelves – #Memoir #NYPolitics – Community: Power Politics and Democracy in Hell’s Kitchen by Mary Clark
New Book on the Shelves – #YA #Fantasy – Bounty Hunter: Book 4 in ‘The Council of Twelve’ series by A.J. Alexander
#Romance Jacquie Biggar, #WWII Robbie Cheadle and Elsie Hancy Eaton, #YAFantasy Colleen M. Chesebro
#Poetry Sue Vincent, #Fantasy Vashti Quiroz-Vega, #Shortstories Sally Cronin
#Fantasy C.S. Boyack, #Romance Lizzie Chantree, #Truecrime Sue Coletta
March 2nd 2021 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Woodpeckers and Fish Heads
March 4th 2021 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Muffins and Ice-Cream
March 5th 2021 – Another Open Mic Night with author Daniel Kemp
Thanks so much for dropping in today and the amazing support during the week…it keeps me motivated… hope to see you again next week Sally.