This series is an opportunity to showcase posts from around our community and the brilliant bloggers who share with us. It would be amazing if you would follow the links to the post I have highlighted and whilst visiting follow and support the blogger.
The first blogger who has a wonderful archive of entertaining and interesting posts is author John W. Howell.. and this post is not as is usually the case about his own dogs.. but in response to a prompt by Keith Channing
The prompt photo is wonderful and here is part of John’s response and I hope you will head over to read the rest.
The Big Sleep by John W. Howell © 2019
“I hear a noise.”
“Come on, Blanch. You know I have to get up early and go chase those stupid chickens.”
“I’m serious. There is someone in the house.”
“Every time you do this. I get up and go searching, and it is always the same.”
“This time, it will be different. I thought I heard something in the other room.”
“I’m wide awake now, and I don’t hear anything.”
“Just a minute, and you will.”
“If it is someone, what would you have me do?”
Please head over and read the whole story: https://johnwhowell.com/2019/09/10/tuesday-anything-possible-kreative-kue-228-by-keith-channing/
John Howell, Buy: http://www.amazon.com/John-W.-Howell/e/B00HMRWO6C – Goodread: John Howell Goodreads Blog: https://johnwhowell.com/
The next author with a brand new series this week is D.G. Kaye, Debby Gies with Q & A with D.G. Kaye, Promote your Book.. and her first guest is James J. Cudney who is showcasing his upcoming release.
Welcome to the first author interview in my new author interview series: –Q and A with D.G, Kaye and Promote Your Book.
I’m thrilled to introduce my first guest, author James J. Cudney IV to this series. Jay is going to share a bit about himself and his writing, as well as an excerpt for his newest release – Haunted Ghost House, Book 5 in his Braxton Campus Mysteries.
About the Author
James is my given name, but most folks call me Jay. I live in New York City, grew up on Long Island, and graduated from Moravian College. I spent fifteen years building a technology career in the retail, sports, media, and entertainment industries. I enjoyed my job, but a passion for books and stories had been missing for far too long. I’m a voracious reader in my favorite genres (thriller, suspense, contemporary, mystery, and historical fiction), as books transport me to a different world where I can immerse myself in so many fantastic cultures and places. I’m an avid genealogist who hopes to visit all the German, Scottish, Irish, and British villages my ancestors emigrated from in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Writing has been a part of my life as much as my heart, my mind, and my body. I decided to pursue my passion by dusting off the creativity inside my head and drafting outlines for several novels. I quickly realized I was back in my element growing happier and more excited with life each day. My goal in writing is to connect with readers who want to be part of great stories and who enjoy interacting with authors. To get a strong picture of who I am, check out my author website or my blog. It’s full of humor and eccentricity, sharing connections with everyone I follow—all in the hope of building a network of friends across the world.
When I completed the first book, Watching Glass Shatter, I knew I’d stumbled upon my passion again, suddenly dreaming up characters, plots, and settings all day long. I chose my second novel, Father Figure, through a poll on my blog where I let everyone vote for their favorite plot and character summaries. It is with my third book, Academic Curveball, the first in the Braxton Campus Mysteries, where I immersed myself in a college campus full of so much activity, I could hardly stop thinking about new murder scenes or character relationships to finish writing the current story. I can’t believe I’m already writing the sixth book in this series. Come join in the fun…
Head over and discover more about James, his series and read an excerpt from his next book due in October that is currently on pre-order on Amazon: https://dgkayewriter.com/new-series-q-and-a-with-d-g-kaye-and-promote-your-book-featuring-james-j-cudney
D. G. Kaye – Buy: http://www.amazon.com/D.G.-Kaye/e/B00HE028FO
Blog: http://www.dgkayewriter.com – Goodreads: D.G. Kaye on Goodreads
Catch up with Debby’s monthly Travel Column here on Smorgasbord: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/the-travel-column-with-d-g-kaye/
The next blogger is financial expert and author Sharon Marchisello. Whilst the children may be back at school, many of us choose this time of year to travel off peak. Even though you will generally save money on fares (if they are not on strike) and hotels, it can be the incidentals that eat into your spending money. In this post Sharon shares the key to getting the most out of the tourist information available and ensuring it is official and factual rather than ‘unofficial’.
Countdown to Financial Fitness: Trusting Tourist Information – Sharon Marchisello
Whenever you travel to a new city, the Tourist Information Office is usually your best
friend. Cheerful representatives hand out free maps, make recommendations about what to see and do during your stay, and answer questions about attractions, hotels, tours, and local transportation.
But be sure you’re visiting the official tourist information office, not just a vendor who provides “tourist information.”
On our recent cruise to Iceland, we had a stop in Akureyri, Iceland’s second-largest city, located on the northern side of the island. The onboard port lecturer told us that all the city buses in Akureyri were free, and he encouraged us to use them.
When we got off the ship, the first building we saw displayed a big sign saying, “TOURIST INFORMATION.” We went inside. It was basically a souvenir shop, but they also had an information desk and free city maps. We asked the woman at the desk where we could catch the free public bus.
She made a face. “I have no idea where it stops; I never take the bus. Tourists shouldn’t ride it. You’ll get lost.” She was selling tickets for the Hop On, Hop Off bus for $25 each.
In many cities, the Hop On, Hop Off (HOHO) bus delivers good value. Sometimes, not so much. It depends on how long you’ll stay in the city, what you plan to see, and how close the major attractions are to one another.
Head over and read the entire post and make sure you find the right source of tourist information: https://sharonmarchisello.blogspot.com/2019/08/countdown-to-financial-fitness-trusting.html
Sharon Marchisello, Buy: https://www.amazon.com/Sharon-Marchisello/e/B00NH6N4WK/
Blog https://sharonmarchisello.blogspot.com Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4297807.Sharon_Marchisello
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope that you will head over and enjoy the posts in full, and if you are not already following the blogs, that you will do so now. thanks Sally.