Instead of the usual reviews, I thought I’d highlight some wonderful blogs I’ve visited during the week.
Kecia Adams is wandering through the wonderful lines of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date Pay her a visit and let her readers know your favourite poet or poem.
Jennifer J Randolph is creating a new story with the help of her visitors. Read part 4 of “Tell Me A Story” today and offer your own suggestions as to where the tale should go next.
Have you been to see Snow White and the Huntsman yet? Check out Tameri Etherton’s review. She has a big ole crush on Chris Hemsworth. Who doesn’t, eh?
Debra Kristi is taking a trip down memory lane. For a thrill of summer nostalgia check out her post Expando File of Summer. Debra is inviting people to submit their own summer photos.
Kristy K. James is rocking the Kreativ Blogger Award and has posted a delicious video of the sexy Jensen Ackles from Supernatural performing to “The Eye of the Tiger”. Not to be missed ladies!
Want to to learn how to survive a Zombie Apocalypse? Then be sure to visit Emmie Mears for step-by-step instructions.
Michelle Cornwell-Jordan continues her interviews with Indie writers over at IndieWritersReview.
Righto, I’m off to enjoy the grey skies in Cork today 🙂 Have a great weekend everyone and please let me know what wondeful blogs I’m missing out on in the comments section.
I just realised I used the word ‘wonderful’ three times in this post. Oops!
😀 You really like everything sooo much you just couldn’t get enough of the word “wonderful!” LOL. 😉 Thanks for including me. I feel honored. Hope people participate. I see a few blogs I need to go check out. I appreciate you directing the way.
I know, it’s a great word 🙂 I’ll have to get the thesaurus out for my next post!
Mmmmmm, Guinness! I think it’s super fabulous you used the word wonderful. 😉 Yes, I am mocking myself here. What fun links you have. Thanks so much for the shout out! I just say Jennifer Randolph’s Tell Me A Story and it’s awesome!
Do you drink Guinness, Tameri?
Glad you checked out Jennifer’s story and keep up the mocking. It’s all good fun 🙂
Oooh! Guinness for strength! I really, really need to get to Ireland sometime soon. Thanks for the mention, Emma. Have a great weekend.
No problem Kecia.
Thanks for the Shakespeare discussion. I miss studying poems.