From time to time, as my followers know, I like to recognize new followers who have done me the honor of signing up for my posts. THANK YOU!
Delusional Bubble (great moniker!) at https://delusionalbubble.com – a travel blog
Geoff Le Pard at https://geofflepard.com – a highly imaginative writer and bon vivant. Do check out his blog. It’s occasionally hilarious and always fun!
Short-prose-fiction at https://shortprose.blog Gabriela Marie Milton, poet, 2019 Author Of The Year at Spillwords Press
Rafaelle Schwartzbart who blogs at She Got Wings at https://shegotwings.home.blog/ – a young Brazilian woman who is sharing her beginning at flying – she’s a person trainer
Jane Wertman at https://janetwertman.com She is a writer of grants and historical fiction and I’ve gotten to know her and have enjoyed – and reviewed – her books over the past year.
Sid Gateux at https://johnnyholidayblog.wordpress.com Johnny Holiday is the leading character in the Johnny Holiday Mysteries by Sid Gateaux. You can follow at this site.
James Conville, a marine engineer – couldn’t find him online
Prashant Jain from India, whose blog site is under reconstruction.
Michelle Rose who blogs as Shell-Shell’s tips and tricks at https://www.michellescrazybusylife.net/
Blackwings 666 at https://blackwings666.wordpress.com – a blog about Dracula!!!
S.C.Ö at https://sevgiylebeslenin.com- I believe this is a blog about Turkish cooking
Rebecca Dwight Bruff at https://rebeccabruff.com/ – who has just written a debut novel Trouble the Water that was awarded a First Place/ Gold prize for Debut Fiction, and First Place/Gold Prize for Adult Fiction by The Feathered Quill Book Awards, with a recommendation from the Chair of the Pat Conroy >Literary Center. Brava!
Omar Darwish at https://omardarwishcom.wordpress.com writes a social cultural blog that deals with literature, writing, education, social issues, and aspects of the human personality. It’s in Arabic but there is a translate button and I read a great post on ancient Greek and Roman civilizations
If you are interested in vitamins, this is the blog site for you: https://irvinevitamin.wordpress.com/
Romelia Lungu at https://romelialungu.home.blog . She lives in Romania and reviews books and offers her reflections, luckily some in English because Romanian is not in my limited range of other languages!
Stephen Page at https://smpages.wordpress.com. He is an award winning, part Shawnee and part Apache author and poet. His books include: The Salty River Bleeds, The Timbre of Sand, Still Dandelions, A Ranch Bordering the Salty River. I need to take a look at one of his books.
Krutika toy at https://ktrutika.wordpress.com/ has a really unique blog on business – recent developments in working sites, entrepreneurship etc.
Christine Lucas at https://redpanda08.wordpress.com blogs about travel and nature and fitness, accompanied by wonderful photographs.