Just a small selection of posts I have enjoyed this week and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full.. thanks Sally.
Debby Gies is the guest of Wendy Van Camp exploring the Epistolary writing style that addresses the reader through a diary format (think Bridget Jones’ Diary) or in journal or letter format. Very interesting.
Head over to read Debby’s post: Epistolary Writing D.G. Kaye with Wendy Van Camp
Olga Nunez Miret shares her review for Dream Town (Aloysius Archer Series Book 3) by David Baldacci set in 1950s Hollywood.. It is the third in the series but Olga stresses it is a standalone as well.
Head over to enjoy Olga’s review: David Baldacci Dream Town Review
The world is certainly in turmoil across many areas of conflict. Wars, ideology, human rights and increasing levels of civil unrest and deprivation for millions. How do we as individuals deal with the stress of life around of us. David Kanigan explores this in his post Monday Morning Wake Up Call.
Head over to add your thoughts on this issue: David Kanigan – Morning Wake Up Call
Have you ever wondered where the idioms ‘Pleased as Punch’ or ‘Horse of a different colour’ originated? Janet Morrison shares their background. Fascinating.
Head over to discover the origins of these idioms: Janet’s Writing Blog
Stevie Turner asks if you miss your WIP when you have finished writing it.. head over to share your thoughts and also get a look at Stevie’s cover reveal for her next book.
Do you miss your most recent WIP and characters.. Head over to share: Open Book Blog Hop – Stevie Turner
Cheryl Oreglia explores the decoration of an appliance that most of us have in our kitchens….What is on the front of your fridge? And do you fit into one of the personality types lol.. You may be surprised….
Head over to see which personality your fridge gives away: Cheryl Oreglia That’s My Life
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full… Sally