Condemned elm tree hosts
outbreak of autumn fungi;
dead stump capped with frills.
Last week, I had the honour of being a guest on Christy Birmingham’s wonderful blog. It was such fun meeting a whole load of new bloggers and having the chance to interact with them.
Yet again, many thanks to Christy for making me feel so welcome in her blogging home, and to her followers, too 🙂
I am pleased to give the blogging stage to author Sarah Potter today! I first connected with Sarah a few years ago, through her blog Sarah Potter Writes. Since then, I have enjoyed following her publishing career as well as reading the poetry and short stories she has shared on her blog.
When she released a new book of juvenile fiction titled Noah Padgett and the Dog-People, I wanted to have her over here to talk about the writing process and learn more about the book. So, without further ado, here is Sarah.
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Thank you, Christy, for inviting me to guest post at your wonderful blog, to talk about publishing and my latest novel, plus offer some tips on finding writing inspiration.
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