A small selection of posts I have enjoyed over the last week and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full… thank Sally.
The first post is from Colleen Chesebro who shares her reviews for the entire series The Vindlanders Saga by Frankie Robertson
Featuring Your Next Weekend Read!
I’ve been exploring the Kindle Unlimited offers on Amazon, and I’ve not been disappointed! This has become an affordable way for me to feed my voracious book reading habit. For book reviewers like me, this is an excellent way to read books. It’s also a great way for authors to up their readership and still get compensated for the read. If you have your book available through Kindle Unlimited… thank you! Now, let me introduce you to four fantasy novels I absolutely loved!
Head over to discover more about the series and read Colleen’s reviews for the four books: The Vinlanders Saga by Frankie Robertson
The next post is from Marcia Meara with another in the Ten Things You May Not Know About Me series.. this week author W. D. Kilpack shares some interesting and diverse snippets.. and also his books..
Today, I’d like you to help me welcome another new visitor to The Write Stuff, author W. D. Kilpack. I think you’ll enjoy his Ten Things list as much as I did, so let’s get to it. Take it away, Bill!
Ten Things You May Not Know About – W. D. Kilpack
- When I was a kid, I was convinced I was growing horns. My mom would feel my head and say, “Yep, and they’re getting bigger!”
- I served as editor of the newspaper at Westminster College of Salt Lake City and editor-in-chief of the newspaper at West Jordan High School.
Head over to discover the other 8 interesting facts about W.D. Kilpack: Marcia Meara and W.D. Kilpack
The next post is actually from around this time last year but I came across it and Part B when looking through one of my favourite dessert sites – Eat Dessert First Greece..I think you will enjoy reading the post and trying out the sweet treats. Christmas food around the world. – Part B can be found: Here
Doing our research to prepare our Christmas articles, we found a very interesting website dedicated to Christmas. Among the many elements we singled out the descriptions of the foods and sweets that are traditionally consumed at the Christmas table. So in our new Christmas article we will get a taste of Christmas food and sweets from different countries of the world, we will get to know Royal Bee, a new Greek company from Chalkida that operates in the honey industry, and we will make with their honey our delicious Greek melomakarona to prepare for the upcoming holidays.
Head over to read part one: Eat Dessert First Greece – Christmas Table around the world part A
In this month’s #WATWB We are the World #Blogfest.. Debby Gies shares the story of an innovative young British teenager who saw a need within the deaf community and took steps to make it happen.. Inspiring.
#WATWB – We are the World #Blogfest #RandomActsofKindness, New App for Hearing Impaired – Sign Language
Welcome to the last post for the year for the WATWB – We are the World Blogfest. Each last Friday of the month, a group of writers contribute an article about something good going on in the world to deflect from so much of the negative going on in the world. For this month, I’m sharing my finding of a new App for the hearing impaired.
British High School senior, Mariella Satow, found herself stranded in New York during the pandemic and in between her online school classes she decided she wanted to teach herself how to do sign language. Later, Mariella couldn’t find one streaming platform that added sign language
Head over to find out more about how Mariella made a difference: Random Acts of Kindness – New App for Hearing Impaired.
If you are looking for a meat free alternative to have over Christmas or to make a change from all the rich foods on offer, here is a recipe from Carol Taylor that looks delicious.
CarolCooks2…Today’s recipe from my kitchen…Cheese and chard pie with preserved Lemons…
This lovely Pie would make a lovely meat-free pie for Christmas dinner served warm with some lovely fresh vegetables…
Cheese and Chard, pie with Preserved Lemons.
Head over to find the ingredients and method to create this delicious vegetable dish:Carol Taylor’s Cheese and Chard, pie with Preserved Lemons.
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to read in full… thanks Sally.