Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed in the last week here on Smorgasbord.
Not a great deal to report this week that is newsworthy but thank goodness for the blog which has kept me out of mischief… well almost! The weaher has turned a little warmer the last couple of days and I notice the first signs of the primroses under the hedge poking their heads about ground. I hope they are not being overly keen and I am sure some more frosts to come.
On the blog front.. delighted to say that quite a few bloggers have signed up for the new series of post from the archives and you will begin to see those posts beginning Tuesday. So if you would like me to share two posts from your archives from July- December 2022 then here are the details. #NewSeries January 2023- ‘Lucky Dip’ and Do You Trust Me??
Don’t forget to email me if you have a new release in the next few weeks so I can help spread the news. firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are new to the blog then I will let you know what I need… if you have been featured before I just need the Amazon link.
As always my thanks to my friends who contribute to the blog…
William Price King joined me this week to celebrate the Big Band Era Ethel Waters, Duke Ellington and the Jitterbug. Also the next post on Friday with the life and music of Sir George Shearing. You can also find William – Blog– IMPROVISATION– William Price King on Tumblr
Debby Gies was here on Monday with an exploration of Intuition… and during this past week joined me for a laughter post. On her own blog you will find her Sunday Book Review for Death and its Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Beautiful Lessons by therapist Becky Aud-Jennison. Also a link to Debby’s two latest podcast.
Debby is heading off to Mexico for two months on her annual migration to warmer climes but I will be sharing some posts from her archives on her Monday slot in the meantime. She will be back in April with more of her Spiritual Awareness posts. Follow the link to Debby’s posts …D.G. Kaye
Carol Taylor was here on Wednesday with her A-Z of food and the letter ‘O’. Over on her own blog you will find Monday Musings on Rhinos and natural antibiotics, On Thursday thoughts you can discover some interesting facts such as the first hot air balloon flight in the 18th century. You can catch up with the news: Carol Taylor’s Weekly Round Up 21st January
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On with the show…..
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will join me again next week… be safe… Sally