Smorgasbord Blogger Weekly – March 20th 2022 – #Writing Traci Kenworth, #Audiobooks #Children Robbie Cheadle, #Review Elizabeth Gauffreau, #Interview Judith Barrow, #Blogging Hugh Roberts
A small selection of posts I have read and enjoyed over the last week or so and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full. Thanks Sally.
In the first post Traci Kenworth explores pimples.. not just those that break out on important days such as your wedding but in other areas even writing. Tracy also shares a selection of links to posts you might enjoy…
The Pimples That Invade Writing – Traci Kenworth
Pimples can ruin your day. I remember many a day gazing into the mirror, seeing that horrible red invader. It always showed up in the midst of a big event. Prom. A date. The day of your wedding. Always inconvenient. Always hideous. You just wanted to crawl back under the covers and avoid anyone you knew seeing you.
Head over to enjoy the rest of the post: Pimples that invade our writing
The next author today is Robbie Cheadle, as a regular contributor to Writing to be Read and Kaye Lynn Booth. It is part of the Growing Bookworms series and Robbie shares audio books that introduce children to music.. including Peter and the Wolf, one of my favourites.
When I was a little girl in the pre-preparatory school, one of my favourite music lessons was when our teacher played the audio book of Peter and the Wolf. I loved the story about Peter who needed to protect his pets from a hungry wolf. Most of all, I loved the sounds of the musical instruments that accompanied the story. Each character in the story has its own musical instrument and each sound is perfectly suited to the character. Our teacher used this story to teach us about the different musical instruments, which family of instrument it belonged to, and the sound it made.