Hugh Roberts from Hugh’s Views and News is hosting a blog hop party.It’s wonderful to be able to invite you all to enjoy the promised sunshine now that Spring has arrived. I was invited to join by Lord David Prosser himself, a great blogger, a generous man, and an envoi to the Queen (don’t miss his books to learn more).
I had great problems choosing only one blogger and was tempted to invite many, although suspect we’re all bound to be inviting each other, and as I was thinking, I read a post by Ailsa Abraham, a great author, a witty blogger (The Bingergread Cottage, a must read, recently with great interviews), an otter with a very peculiar style, honest to a fault, and who can make you laugh and a second later have you in tears. And, who I recently discovered has a beautiful voice too. And I though, yes, who wouldn’t want Ailsa in a party!
Here what she says about herself in her page:
From my home in rural France, the little village under the mountain, an hour from everywhere, I’ll be updating you on my writing, quirky things that happen here and welcoming other authors into the Bingergread Cottage. It’s called that because it’s an upside-down house (more space up than down) and so the reverse of the usual witch’s dwelling.
Dip into the liquorice all-sorts box and see what you come up with. Shamanism, healing, writing or any of my other varied interests? You’ll probably get to meet my hounds, Titch and Lily and the Old Feller himself, The Ancient Mariner. Don’t forget to come back regularly to check for competitions, special offers, free short stories and work in progress.
If you are wondering…why the otters? Well they are one of my totem animals and my Shaman name is Otter, Ottie to my friends. Watch out for lots of pictures of them in this blog.
And her two books:
Here is her page in Amazon.
Like everything, this blog hop has a few Rules/Guidelines.
- Choose a fellow blogger who you think spreads blog love.
- Write a short post about them.
- Entitle your post Walking On Sunshine Blog Hop Party (so others can find your post).
- Create a pingback to this post, so that the link appears in the comments section, so that other participants can read your post.
- If you are not sure how to create a pingback, then copy and paste the link to your post in the comments section below (so that other participants can read your post)
I was in two minds about inviting more people but I’ll leave it up to Hugh to make his own rules.
Have a great spring, don’t forget to visit everybody, and have fun!