The Friday 56 is a blog hop by Freda’s Voice and the rules are simple:
Turn to the nearest book.
Open it on page 56.
Post a sentence or two.
Join the linky.
Go crazy on the linky.
“He paused in the tumult, standing, looking beyond them and down the unfriendly side of the mountain to the great patch where they had found dead wood. Then he laughed so strangely that tey were hushed, looking at the flash of his spectacles in astonishment. They followed his gaze to find the sour joke. ‘You ot your small fire alright.'” – Lord of the Flies by William Golding
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It’s Study. Read. Write’s first blog anniversary today and I never would have thought that I’d be saying this to more than 1,154 followers!
Over the last year, this blog has seen a lot. Some of the things this blog covered were the start (and current progress) of my M.A. in Cross-Cultural Communication, but also NaNoWriMo, Camp NaNoWriMo and a total of four Rounds of Words in 80 Days so far.
It’s been a whole week since the first Annual Bloggers’ Bash and the first Annual Bloggers’ Bash Awards were held in London. However, the day itself is still very much on my mind.
If we were having coffee I’d be telling you about the Bloggers’ Bash. Haven’t seen the video yet of all the bloggers who attended, introducing themselves? Then click here and meet the group.
I was very nervous when the day finally arrived. I’d only ever spoken to Sacha, Ali and Geoff via Google Meet Ups. However, I received the biggest hugs I’d ever received from people I’d never met before and Geoff presented me with a lovely bunch of sweet peas from his garden. By the time we sat down and were eating breakfast you could have sworn we’d all known each other for years.
The Bloggers from The First Annual Bloggers Bash – London, August 1st…
Urban Poetry 2017 offers readers an extensive selection of urban haiku, free verse, rictameter poetry for enjoyment and modern digital art copyright by author Linda J. Wolff. We also offer a daily poetry and meetups.