The Travel Column with D.G. Kaye – Welcome to Saint Kitts #Caribbean | Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Travel Talk with D.G. Kaye

  This month’s edition of my Travel Column at Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Invitation Magazine, I’m taking us out to the beautiful Caribbean island of Saint Kitts. Read about pertinent facts about the island and about an opportunity open to move there complete with citizenship!   Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Travel Column with D.G. Kaye […]

#BookLaunch and Review – Tales from the Irish Garden by Sally Cronin – Sunday Special Feature

Featured author of the week

Sunday Book Review and Bonus Special Feature   My today’s Sunday Book Review and something more! Today I’m featuring Sally Cronin from the Smorgasbord Invitation here to share in the news of her newest book launch – Tales from the Irish Garden.   Sally’s storybooks are known for her beautiful short stories and her always […]

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka Tuesday on Friday #SynonymsOnly – Tick Tock November

Tanka Tuesday

  Colleen Chesebro’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge this week – Synonyms only for the words ‘Creepy’ and ‘Color’ and your choice of what form of poetry from the offered list below. Take note of the new Etheree style poem where each of 10 lines will grow in syllables starting with one syllable to ten for the final […]

Smorgasbord Health Column – Guest D. G. Kaye – Dietary Restrictions, Consequences and the Eye-Rollers | Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Reblog and share

  I was delighted to be invited to write an article for  Sally Cronin’s Health Column at the Smorgasbord Blog Magazine. Sally is not only a brilliant writer with entertaining stories, she is a certified nutritionist and therapist. I’ve always done thorough research on on any ailments I encountered and in this article I’ll inform […]

Sunday Book Review – In the Shadow of Light by Elaine Orr -Political Family Drama

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  My Sunday Book Review for Elaine Orr’s – In the Shadow of Light. This book is a short but powerful read. The book is a fictional story based on actual events going in the U.S. with strict family separation immigration policies and gives us a look at two families caught in the turmoil. One family […]

Writer’s Tips -7 Things To Lookout For Before Following A Blog, Loglines, Promotion Opportunies

Tips for Writers

  Today in Writer’s Tips I’m sharing a few worthy articles for bloggers and authors offering some valuable tips from blogging to book writing to editing and promotion.     Hugh Roberts with 7 helpful tips to look for before following a new blog: Source: 7 Things To Lookout For Before Following A Blog – […]

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 104, Happy October – “Poets Choice of Words” | Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

No longer silent

  Colleen Chesebro’s weekly poetry challenge for first of the month allows us to choose our own two words to include synonyms for in any one form of poetry styles. I have chosen the words Hidden and Scared to include synonyms for in my tanka. I wrote this tanka so I could include it in my […]

Memoir Bytes: Escaping a Sexual Predator and the #WhyIDidntReport Movement

Vision perception - Memoirs

    Last week I posted an article about the #MeToo Movement. This courageous coming out of women all over the world got me thinking about my own encounters with sexual harassment and sexual abuse.   As a memoir writer I’ve questioned myself many times, wondering if I would ever become brave enough to talk […]

Sunday Book Review – Heaven’s Rage – Leslie Tate

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today I’m reviewing Heaven’s Rage by Leslie Tate. This book is classified as an imaginative autobiography and I’d have to agree that’s an accurate description. Tate invites us in to his deepest thoughts and memories, giving us a ring side seat into fragments of his life.         Blurb:   HEAVEN’S RAGE […]

Colleen Chesebro’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge – Synonyms for ‘Fall’ and ‘Try’

Tanka Tuesday

Autumn Leaves     This week’s Poetry challenge at Colleen Chesebro’s Fairy Whisperer Blog. Using synonyms only for the words ‘Fall‘ and ‘Try‘   For Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge, you can write your poem in one of the forms defined below. Click on the links to learn about each form: HAIKU IN ENGLISH 5/7/5 syllable structure. […]

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