Category Archives: Books by Sally Cronin

Q and A with D.G. Kaye featuring Author, Blogger and Promoter Sally Cronin

 

I would say most of us know who Sally Cronin is …She is a talented author and Nutritionist but above all, she is a kind-hearted funny lady with a wicked sense of humour who does all she can to share the work of her fellow authors and bloggers…For that I personally thank you, Sally xx

Without further ado please click the link below and find out a bit more about Sally as she is interviewed by the lovely Debby…

Source: Q and A with D.G. Kaye featuring Author, Blogger and Promoter Sally Cronin

A great weekly roundup from Sally…Always lots for everyone and if the Christmas rush is getting to you then there are a few things to make you smile…as you relax, take 5 and have a read…Merry Christmas one and all xxx

 

 

via Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Weekly Round Up 8th -14th December – Make a Wish, Choirs, Cranberries, A-Z Christmas and Cheesy funnies!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Weekly Round UP – July 29th to August 4th 2019

If you are wondering what to read next then the choice here is amazing something for everyone whatever your taste or genre…Enjoy!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the weekly round up of posts that you might have missed on Smorgasbord.

Thanks for dropping in today, and I wanted to share some news on the current series. The posts from the archives has been a wonderful series with 70authors trusting me to delve into their archives and select four posts to share with you.. That is 280 posts reaching new readers. The series is not over yet, but I have scheduled the dates for those remaining on the list through to the end of September which is another 48 posts for you to look forward to.  If you have not seen your posts yet, don’t worry if you asked to go on the list you will be featured.

However, a new series begins in October – This time with the choice of the four posts to be shared, down to you. I will…

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Guest author: Sally Cronin ~ Why I am skipping old age and looking forward to my second childhood instead

Ahhhh as always I can relate…Haven’t smocked a dress for years but remember it as if it was yesterday and definitely the second list for me..so much more fun and frolics…I hope you enjoy and don’t forget to get your copy of Sally’s new book 🙂 xxx

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

It is always a pleasure to have Sally over as a guest, especially when she is writing about an issue so close to my heart:

My thanks to Sue for the invitation to write a post for her today… always lovely to be over on her spectacular and eclectic blog.

Sally aged 7 years old – looking forward and not back

Why I am skipping Old Age and embarking on my Second Childhood instead.

I have researched the delights of Old Age rigorously, in an effort to determine if I want to actually accept the title. I looked after my mother for several years in her late 80s to her mid-90s, and I would say that she was young at heart until dementia robbed her of that at age 92.

She said that she felt the same inside as she had as a young woman, despite the wrinkles and…

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Smorgasbord Reblog – A visit to D.G. Kaye and new book excerpt

I am always happy to promote, Sally as she tirelessly promotes all of us so time to pay forward 🙂 xxx I hope you will enjoy learning more about this lady called Sally you are in for some surprises 🙂 xxxx

Smorgasbord Weekly Round Up- William Price King sings, Paul Andruss and Hellebores and Carol Taylor and Mustard.

Another awesome week of posts from the most fabulous authors, William Price King, Paul and myself. Of course not forgetting Sally’s fabulous posts this week and her marvellous Tale from the Garden …If you missed any or would like to read them again then they are all here so enjoy! 🙂 xx

Retired no one told me weekly roundup…Fruity Fridays and Strawberry Daquari…

Boy, don’t the weeks fly by???

The first post out of the starting gate was my new Fruity Fridays which kicked off with the delicious Pineapple…Full of Vitamin C and the perfect accompaniment to many a dish.

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/02/fruity-fridays-the-pineapple/

It was then over to Bridget for her delicious Irish Soda Bread I was straight down to the kitchen as with only 2 ingredients how could I not make them…I threw in a handful of raisins and they were soon cooked and buttered while hot…think 20%…haha….Bridget then tells me I could add syrup or cheese…Oh yum!

https://losingtheplotweb.wordpress.com/2018/02/02/imbrolic-bridget-and-baking/

 

Then came Sally’s weekly roundups which included Moi … I am getting around quite a bit now…I will be getting a name for myself…lol..So many great articles and brilliant authors including Sally herself 🙂

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/05/smorgasbord-weekly-round-up-music-food-and-spring-bulbs-with-guests-and-humour/

Next, we had my Healthy Eating post… Eat what you like and lose weight…Oh yes… you can if you choose wisely. And after those delectable Tang Yuan and that Irish Soda Bread… I did only have half of one farl…honestly… But I still feel the need for a good walk and get back to my 80% and practise what I preach…haha

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/06/healthy-eating-how-to-lose-weight-and-eat-the-foods-you-love/

 

Wednesday already and it is my food column over at Sally’s place and as it will soon be Valentines Day I thought I would spread a few hearts and some recipes that you can cook for your sweetheart ❤

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/07/smorgasbord-blog-magazine-the-food-column-with-carol-taylor-staying-in-for-valentines-day/

Phew, another busy week… I thought I was supposed to be retired….tired more like…lol

I do hope you are enjoying my weekly roundups until next time stay safe, have fun and laugh a lot as laughter is the best medicine and is FREE Xxxx