Hi Hywela - thank you for the Birthday greetings - and the link to the lovely sparkly birthday pictures :) It's quite nice to have a birthday in between Halloween and Guy Fawkes! Quite fitting for a paranormal fan isn't it?
thanks hywela for photograph -I loved your blog about the festival.
We had a dog that went mad -in the wild would have been leader of the pack but he attacked us if we tried to make him do what he was told. So aged two we had to put him down. Even the dog handler couldn't tame him. We were told too much interbreeding.
Milly and Molly sound wonderful - it's the strays that can be the most rewarding. My first cat was a DCR (Dockyard cat rescue) - he lived on curry left by the sailors in the dockyard. He was so scared, he hid for the first 6 months of his life and my friends thought I had an imaginary cat!
If Monday 21st November is available to guest blog - that would work well for me.
I'll look forward to hearing back from you. Also let me know what date suites you to visit - I update Sunday's and Wednesday's.
Sorry to take a while to reply - hubs did serious injury to his thumb with a Stanley knife whilst I was out - with the result we spent Sunday at A&E, and yesterday at the Royal Free Hospital!!! Final trip there today but serious stuff over now, thank goodness.
I'd just love to post on your blog. Thank you for the invitation. Did you have a date in mind?
I have every intention of arranging a blog tour for "Eulogy's Secret" but havent looked at dates yet, so I'm open to suggestions.
Likewise I'd be delighted to host you at http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com - I'm publishing a non-fiction book (Cat Pies - feline historical trivia) in the next few weeks, and have a lot of animal lover followers - so I'm sure you'd feel right at home there!
It was lovely to meet you too Lyn. The book launch was fun, even though a couple of authors had to cancel at the last minute due to flu/colds. It was held in Manningtree - birthplace of Matthews Hopkins (Witchfinder General!) So after readings and signings we all trooped off to see the witch dunking bridge! We were lucky to have a local resident with us who was very knowledgeable about the area, so that was fun for we fans of the spooky!