About Smorgasbord Blog Magazine and The Contributors

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine was the follow on to a physical newsletter that I published every month for two years, on subscription to listeners to my radio show.. I expanded the original format which was mainly health articles, to including book marketing, music, humour, lifestyle, cookery and food and short stories. My aim was to create a watering hole that provided a wide number of topics to chat about….This has now developed further to provide a platform for other authors to share their work. This year the blog celebrates twelve years, ten of them as Smorgasbord Blog Magazine.

This is a free WordPress account and not monetised. I am not an Amazon affiliate and do not charge for any book marketing. I have been asked that question in recent months and I wanted to clarify the issue.

I cannot take all the credit for the blog as I have an amazing group of contributors who bring their expertise and talent to the weekly line-up.

William Price King – American Jazz singer, musician and composer has been writing the Music Column for the last seven years. This year The Breakfast Show every Tuesday hosted by the two of us has been showcasing the hits of the 1960s onwards. On Fridays William will be sharing the lives and music of the music legends of the last 100 years.

Blog– IMPROVISATION William Price King on Tumblr – Buy William’s music: William Price King iTunes – FacebookWilliam Price King – Twitter@wpkofficial
Regular Venue – Cave Wilson

 Carol Taylor living in Thailand following along career in the catering industry who has written the Food and Cookery Column for the last four years. In 2021 Carol brought The Green Kitchen to Smorgasbord with a wonderful mix of food, recipes, sustainability, conservation and commonsense.. This year Carol shares her A-Z of food and culinary terms with some great recipes.

Connect to Carol – Blog: Carol Cooks 2 – Twitter: @CarolCooksTwo – Facebook: Carol Taylor  

D.G. Kaye – Debby Gies – Non-fiction and memoir author who loves to pack her suitcase and take off to warmer climes and wrote the Travel Column for two years before sharing her wise words on relationships in 2020 and 2021. This year I will reshared the Travel Column as the world hopefully opened up to us again.

Beginning in August 2022 Debby started a new series sharing her knowledge in a new series. Spiritual Awareness explores the ability of special people who have the gift of seeing things differently to the rest of us.

Read all the reviews and buy the books: Amazon US – and: Amazon UK – follow Debby: Goodreads –  Blog: D.G. Kaye Writer – About me: D.G. Kaye – Twitter: @pokercubster Linkedin: D.G. Kaye – Facebook: D.G. Kaye – Instagram: D.G. Kaye – Pinterest: D.G. Kaye

For the last three years author Daniel Kemp has permitted me to share his funnies from his facebook page in the Open Mic Night once a month

Daniel Kemp, ex-London police officer, mini-cab business owner, pub tenant and licensed London taxi driver never planned to be a writer, but after his first novel –The Desolate Garden — was under a paid option to become a $30 million film for five years until distribution became an insurmountable problem for the production company what else could he do?

In May 2018 his book What Happened In Vienna, Jack? became a number one bestseller on four separate Amazon sites: America, UK, Canada, and Australia.

A selection of books by Daniel Kemp

Read the reviews and buy the books also in audio: Amazon UK – And : Amazon US – follow Daniel: Goodreads – Website: Author Danny Kemp – Facebook: Books by Daniel – Twitter:@danielkemp6

In the last year it has been entertaining to have another Open Mic regular join the comedy team..Author Malcolm Allen

About Malcolm Allen

The author was born in London UK and experienced a challenging childhood, leaving school with no academic qualifications at the age of 15. He had mixed fortunes in his early working days but managed to secure a job in the banking industry at the age of 19. During a period of 32 years he enjoyed a demanding and successful career in London, the pinnacle of which was becoming a Company Director at the age of 37. Following a life changing experience in November 1998 he emigrated to Perth, Western Australia in September 2001, relocating to his current home in Melbourne, Australia in November 2015.

Buy the book: Amazon US And:Amazon UK – And: Amazon AU


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    Have a good weekend, Lauren 🍂🧡🍁

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