Welcome to the round up of posts that you might have missed on Smorgasbord this week.
I hope all is well with you. Quite a bit going on around here with spare parts for the wood burner, tiles to replace cracked ones and other bits and pieces arriving daily. We are still waiting on those who will be installing topsoil, lawn, fixing said wood burner and chimney sweeping but early days yet… no fixed day or week was mentioned in negotiations! When we can ‘fit you in’ seems to be the common phrase you wait patiently. David will be fixing the tiles himself during the redecoration process so no mystery there.
An earlier photo of Charlie
We believe that Charlie has been back in the garden. We noticed a crow, slightly bigger which is to be expected, but with the same mottled grey markings foraging under the bird feeder, accompanied by a friend. He still has trouble flying but managed to clear the hedge and perch on a telephone line. What made us think it was Charlie was that he wiped his beak from side to side on the line. Because his beak was damaged he did that after eating so we are hoping it was him.
Other than that I am making progress on the writing front and you can read an example in the post that Jane Risdon kindly shared this week…with an excerpt from the next collection.
I was the guest of author Jane Risdon who shared my short story, Miss Lloyd’s Robin, from the new collection due out at the end of the year… I hope you will head over to read.. Thanks to Jane for also showcasing Life is Like a Mosaic…
Guest of author Jane Risdon with a short story
This week William Price King, D.G. Kaye and Daniel Kemp contributed their expertise in the form of music, relationships and humour… they are amazing. Thanks to you for dropping in and the support during the week.. it keeps me motivated.
On with the show
Chart Hits 1980 Part One – Christopher Cross, Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross, Queen
D. G. Kaye Explores the Realms of Relationships – October 2021 – No Contact – The Breaking Point
Walter – Lost and Alone by Sally Cronin
What’s in a Name? – Xenia – Beloved by Sally Cronin
#TankaProse – The Hunter’s Moon by Sally Cronin Posted
New Review #Fantasy #Adventure – The Ferryman and the Sea Witch by D.Wallace Peach
Memories, Music and Movies – 1966 – Manfred Mann, kittens and Georgy Girl
Podcast – Turning Back the Clock – The Hormone Factor Part Two – by Sally Cronin
Women’s Health – The Heart and Stress by Sally Cronin
Weekly Grocery Shopping List by Nutrient – Part Two – Vitamin C to K2 by Sally Cronin
#Finance – Absolutely Necessary Expenses by Sharon Marchisello
#FlashFiction The Last Ride of the Night by D.L. Finn
Do You Know What To Do When One Of Your Blog Posts Gets Reblogged? Hugh W. Roberts
#Offer Marcia Meara, #Teaching Pete Springer, #Writers D.G. Kaye, #RoundUp Carol Taylor, #Halloween John Howell.
Thursday October 14th 2021 – #Humour Joy Lennick, #Interview Terry Tyler, #Booklaunch Mae Clair with Joan Hall.
Smorgasbord Children’s Reading Room – Book Review – Drystan the Dragon and Friends Series, Book 6: Dragana Helps a Fairy by Janice Spina
New Author on the Shelves – #Portugal – #Memoir – Another Day in Paradise by Karen Telling
New Book on the Shelves – #Paranormal, #UrbanFantasy, #Shortstories -Things Old and Forgotten by Mae Clair
#Reviews – #Menopause D.G. Kaye, #Mennonite Marian Longenecker Beaman, #Comingofage Bette A. Stevens
#History #NorthernIreland Jane Buckley, #Mystery James J. Cudney, #SouthernCulture Claire Fullerton
#History #JewishFiction Eva Hnizdo, #Fantasy Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene, #Poetry Balroop Singh
October 12th 2021 -Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Funny Bone and Famous Last Words
October 14th 2021 – Another Open Mic Night with author Daniel Kemp – Recovery Time and Lost in Translation
Thanks for dropping in and I hope you have enjoyed the week… thanks Sally.