In the process of revamping my blog in preparation for the In Her Defence campaign I realised that I had not archived the various blogs and interviews carried out for Winter Downs.
Gathering all of those guest blogs and interviews and Q&As was a long-winded task and it appears that in the 2 years since the pre-publication Winter Downs campaign was first begun several have been lost forever as sites went down or else archived old posts so that they are no longer accessible.
Now I realise that in the great scheme of things that may not be all that important – and had I been more earnest in my publicity I would have already done it – but for my own interest at least it would be rather useful to archive those blogs in one place; if only to ensure that I don’t repeat myself.
It took most of an afternoon but eventually I managed to smoosh all that I could rescue into one long page (I still have a few reviews to track down). Scrolled into one document I was taken aback to realise that the document was 12.5k long!
So many words set down in the process of spreading the word!
You can read all of those posts here.
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I have tried three gluten free different wraps over the past few weeks from the BFree range and here are my personal thoughts on these products.
Firstly I would say that all three could do with being a little larger, purely in order that a hot of bulky items such as chicken or beef strips can be wrapped more successfully, but that is a small point. Continue reading
I usually buy Kenco Millicano coffee as I like the flavour. For an instant coffee is really isn’t bad.
On the last two shopping trips, however, the only alternative available in the ‘barista’ style instant coffees was Nescafe Azera.
Now I usually boycott Nestle products as a matter of course on moral grounds (as opposed to coffee grounds) but I thought this was a classic Hobsons choice. I was wrong. Going without would have been the wiser option.
I shall be using the cafetierre until further notice.
Excellent review for Misha Herwin’s book Picking Up the Pieces.
Follow links for review: Picking Up The Pieces by Misha M. Herwin #BookReview @MishaHerwin @penkhullpress