Friday Feature

Just a quick note to say Marcia Meara invited me to be her first Fabulous Friday Guest Blogger, a weekly series she is launching. If you get a chance, hop over for a visit. I’m talking about—you guessed it—folklore.

Marcia is a bubbly and friendly blogger with an unmatched sense of humor. She’s also uber supportive of other writers. Give her a blog a follow while you’re there, then give Marcia a shout about doing your own Fabulous Friday guest post.

See you at Marcia’s place!

37 thoughts on “Friday Feature

  1. Thanks for the kind words, Mae, and for being my first #FabulousFridayGuestBlogger of the year! I’m so happy to be reintroducing the TWS features that had fallen by the wayside over the last 18 months or so, and especially so that you are getting the ball rolling again. You already know how much I love your Hode’s Hill series, so it was perfect that you shared End of Day with us. Hope all your followers will stop by and take a look. It’s a super post! 🙂 ❤ And yes, I'll be looking for more guest bloggers for future dates.

    Thanks again, Mae! You rock! 🙂 ❤

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  2. Mae, fabulous feature, and I could tell how excited Marcia was by your visit and her wonderful endorsement of your books!

    Yikes, I had to read the paragraph twice to ensure I was mistaken … those poor dogs buried alive! Grims were a new concept to me and I can see how folklore is so fascinating. Your book sounds terrific and is on my ever burgeoning TBR list!

    Wishing you a lovely weekend! Xx 🌺🌼🎈

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    • Hi, Annika. Many thanks for reading and commenting. Sorry I’m late in replying. My husband and I have been away on vacation. We went to the beach for several days and had a fantastic time. Now I’m trying to catch up with everything I missed.

      I felt so sorry for those dogs. It’s hard to imagine that people of days long past could be so cruel because of superstition. It’s amazing what you unearth in folklore.

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