A small selection of the posts I have enjoyed this week and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full. Thanks Sally.
Denise Finn shares three of her reviews from the first part of January for Harmony Kent, Elizabeth Gauffreau and Alex Craigie. Amazing books and I can highly recommend too.
Head over to read Denise’s reviews for these wonderful books: Denise Finn January Book Reviews
Robbie Cheadle explores the best way to teaching our children about the natural environment and conservation as it is one of the greatest gifts we can give them. She shares some excellent ways of making sharing about nature and conservation with children both educational and fun on Writing to be Read.
Head over to read this interesting post from Robbie: Growing Bookworms – Teaching Children about Nature and Conservation
Debby Gies shares her monthly compilation of helpful writer’s tips including Anne R. Allen Ruth Harris, Diana Peach Diana Urban, Jessica Bell, and Hugh Roberts..
Head over to take advantage of Debby’s foraging for great writer’s tips: January Writing and Blogging Tips from D.G. Kaye
Yvette Calliero has been participating in the RRBC 30-Day #Blogging Challenge #GetToKnowMe with a blog post a day. One of the interesting by products is, having read this post is just how much we cram into our days in one way or another. Another reason for finding ways to relax and unwind from time to time. Lovely way to get to know our fellow bloggers.
Head over to enjoy sharing a day with Yvette: A Day in My Life with Yvette
Judith Barrow shares another her Places in our Memories with guest Kathy Miles… lovely recollections of Liverpool and Wales.
Head over to meet Kathy and enjoy her memories: Places in our Memories with poet Kathy Miles
As always Chris the Story Reading Ape manages to find the funniest characters online including this couple… some of the gags are a little close to home.
Head over for some laughter: The Story Reading Ape – Monday Funnies
Cheryl Oreglia had a three day powercut so went on a road trip which highlighted the devastation of the storm front on the Californian coast..It was quite the adventure and in typical Cheryl style, was infused with good humour.
Head over to share the adventure with Cheryl: We are still in the Dark
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to enjoy these posts in full.. Sally.