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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The #Travel Column with Debby Gies – Cruising – Reports and Tips -Part One. | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Travel Talk with D.G. Kaye

I’m thrilled to be sharing here my Part 1 of Travel Tips, my new column over at Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Invitation. Please visit us.   Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The #Travel Column with Debby Gies – Cruising – Reports and Tips -Part One.   Delighted to welcome D.G. Kaye – Debby Gies to the blog as a regular […]

What’s in a Name? – They Call Me Pokercubster

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What’s in a Name?   Branding ourselves as authors on our platforms, social media and blogs with alias names or unrelated names for the work we produce, sometimes becomes an oversight as time passes and we connect with a growing readership. It’s essential to build a platform as published authors to gain new readership and […]

“Celebrate the Summer Solstice,” A Tanka Poem | Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

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  I want to congratulate my soul Sister of the Fey, Colleen Chesebro for her upcoming release this week! Her beautiful book of Fairies, Myths and Magic will be available June 21st.   I’ve stretched the limits of my Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge this week, but I have a good reason as you will see below. […]

Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Caribbean and Canada Customs by D.G. Kaye | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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  Today I’m sharing the last in the series of travel share posts that Sally Cronin shared on her Travel Blog Series. This post can refresh your memory or be an appetizer for the new posts to come from me on travel and tips, which I’ll be writing for Sally’s new Travel Column at the […]

Book Launch Blog Hop – Jacqui Murray’s – Born in a Treacherous Time

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Book Launch Blog Hop – Jacqui Murray   I’m happy to be part of Jacqui Murray’s bloghop to help spread the word about Jacqui’s newest book release – Born in a Treacherous Time. The book has early review praise and is considered pre-historic fiction about the human struggle to survive.     Author bio: Jacqui Murray is […]

#ShareAReviewDay – Twenty Years After “I Do” by D. G. Kaye | The Write Stuff

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Thank you Marcia Meara from The Write Stuff, for featuring my book – Twenty Years: After “I Do” on your wonderful new #ShareAReviewDay feature at your blog. Marcia has opened up submissions to share a review for your book. Please visit this link to find out how you too can be part of this wonderful […]

Smorgasbord Health Column – Alternative Healing – The Alexander Technique – Part Two – #Posture, #Backpain #Ergonomics | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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  Are you familiar with the ‘Alexander Technique? Sally Cronin has written an informative article on this procedure invented by Frederick Mathias Alexander to help correct posture. A wonderful read particularly for us writers who spend countless hours at our computers.   Smorgasbord Health Column – Alternative Healing – The Alexander Technique – Part Two […]

Sunday Book Review – Watching the Daisies by Brigid Gallagher

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s Sunday Book Review is for Watching The Daisies – Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow by Brigid Gallagher. A beautiful autobiographical journey of life, challenges and a journey to healing.     Blurb: If you enjoyed “Eat, Pray, Love-You will love this travel memoir!” Millions of people around the world suffer from […]

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Coming Soon – The Travel Column by Debby Gies – And #Happy Birthday | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Surprise!

Well, now that Sally Cronin has let the cat out of the bag, I’m thrilled to share this lovely birthday post that Sally put up on her blog today. Besides the birthday wishes, we have a treat in store for all of you coming soon!   Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Coming Soon – The Travel […]

I’ve Been Quoted! -The Impact of Narcissistic Parents | MakeItUltra™

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  How many times as writers do we read famous quotes by writers and empowering people from various fields? Many I should think. But do we as writers ever think about our own words being quoted by others? I know I never thought about that because usually famous quotes are from famous people.   Well […]

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