Smorgasbord Blogger Spotlight – 16th January 2023 – #Forgottenwords Marcia Meara, #Booktitles Pamela Wight, #Reviews Diana Peach, #2022reads D.L. Finn, #Salad New Vintage Kitchen, #Frost John Howell.

Just a small selection of posts I have enjoyed in the last week and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full.. thanks Sally.

Marcia Meara has a new series running.. Forgotten Words and this week the word was Crinolines… and there is the question part.. and then the post with the answer…going to be a fascinating series.

Part One: Forgotten Words – Crinoline

Part Two: Answer of the day – Crinolines

Pamela Wight has a very creative way of supporting writers by including their book titles in her short story…some names you will definitely recognise…

Head over to enjoy this creative way to support authorsA walk in the Woods book by book

Diana Peach shares the second part of her book reviews for December including reviews for Debby Gies Gwendolyn Plano and Jane Risdon plus a montage of all her reviews for 2022… amazing support for authors.

Head over to enjoy Diana’s recommendations: Myths of the Mirror December Reviews Part Two

D.L. Finn shares her round up of 2022 reads… 109 books which is an amazing number of reviews and a great many supported authors, delighted to be included.. Head over and discover some new books to add to your TBR…

Head over to discover Denise’s recommended reads of 2022: Reviews on Goodreads 2022

I am sure like me after the holidays you enjoy eating something a little lighter and fresher… Dorothy of the New Vintage Kitchen shares a wonderful and colourful recipe for radish and sesame winter salad. Great on its own or as a side dish.

Head over to discover how to make this delicious looking salad: Radish and Sesame Winter Salad New Vintage Kitchen

Having lived in Texas, I know it is unusual to have frost and even snow although in recent years there has been quite a bit of both in North Texas. John Howell shares the lengths the residents of his neighbourhood went to after a frost warning went out… plus some warming food and great music.

Head over to enjoy the tour: Tour of the Neighbourhood – Frost Warnings

 

Thanks for dropping in and I hope you will enjoy reading these posts in full.. Sally.

 

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  1. Thanks so much for including my new series (Forgotten Words) in this week’s Blogger Spotlight, Sally! I’m going to enjoy running it from time to time, and hope others will find it fun. And what a great list of fellow bloggers today, too! Happy to be here with all of them, and so appreciative of your support. Here’s to ROCKIN’ away in 2023! 🤗❤️🤗

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  2. Wonderful picks for blog shares Sal. Like you, eagle-eye, I’ve visited almost all of these and made sure to check out what I missed. Thanks again for mentioning Diana’s review for my new book. Hugs ❤ xx

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