Monthly Archives: April 2021

Fings Aint T’what They Used T’be

Originally posted on Pictures From The Kitchen Window:
For the past fifteen years I have travelled around the UK giving lectures and talks to schools and different societies, the most recent to an audience via Zoom, entitled Fings Aint T’what…

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Don’t Stop #Musical Monday

Originally posted on My Corner:
This was one of several Fleetwood Mac songs I enjoyed listening to on eight-track tape when I was in high school. Back then, I loved the melody, harmony, and instrumentals but didn’t pay too much…

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Prince Phillip…The Duke of Edinburgh 1921 – 2021…

Originally posted on Retired? No one told me!:
Today is the day when His Royal Highness…Prince Phillip, The Duke of Edinburgh will be laid to rest …The service will be held in St. Georges Chapel in Windsor Castle where Prince…

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PattysWorlds Under Construction Update #What’sUp

Good morning Everyone. I hope this posting finds you all doing Super on this Thor’s Day morning. Here, I’m actually not feeling too bad all things considered. I’ve had my second vaccine shot and other than a little weakness and … Continue reading

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Kindness Can Defuse Any Situation – Recovering The Self

the poor unfortunate soul who took my call a cheerful voice rang out… And with that one act of kindness, My anger dissipated. — Read on

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Growing Bookworms – Digital versus print books for children | Writing to be Read

I have been giving some thought lately to book marketing, especially the marketing of books aimed at children. While selling more books is obviously of interest to me as a writer of children’s book, I am also interested in the … Continue reading

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Me, An Action Figure #Open Book Blog Hop #Wednesday Words – My Corner

Welcome to this week’s Open Book Blog Hop from Stevie Turner. Here’s her prompt. “They’re making an action figure of you. Describe the toy and accessories. (Do you have a catch phrase? Favourite items, clothes, hair style?) My profile picture … Continue reading

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How a Rooster Crows: Story 8 of the Muttley Crew Series Poppycock by Trish Hubschman #Author’sCorner #WordPressWednesday

How A Rooster Crows Story 8 of Muttley Crew Poppycock By Trish Hubschman July 2008 “Cock-a-doodle-doo! Now you try it, son,” I say. “Hold your head up, back straight, chest puffed out and crow.” Chick-a-dean takes a step back, nearly … Continue reading

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#TuesdayRunes – Hagalaz – Writing and Music

Welcome to another segment of our journey through the Elder Futhark Script runes! Today we take a detailed look into the rune, Hagalaz ((hah-gah-laz). The runes are actually divided into three sections, with our symbol from last week completing the … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Share an Excerpt from a previous books 2021 – #Memoir – P.S. I Forgive You: A Broken Legacy by D. G. Kaye

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
We put a great deal of effort into promoting our new, recent and upcoming books but often our previous releases get sidelined. In this latest series I am offering authors in the Cafe and…

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