#PoetryReadathon – The poetry and other great things bloggers

A great post by my friend Robbie Cheadle!

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Poetry readathon

There are a significant number of great bloggers out there who write poetry among all sorts of other great posts. I thought I would use today’s post to share a bit about three of the part-time poetry bloggers. I consider that I fall into this category of poetry blogger too.

Sally Cronin

Sally has a lovely blog called Smorgasbord where she shares everything from posts about gardening, food and recipes, history and mythology and health and diet. Sally also has Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore where she show cases the books and reviews of an enormous number of her fellow writers and authors.

Sally is a wonderful writers and I have read a number of her books. You can read my reviews here (you’ll find a couple of reviews for other great books featured too):

Tales from the Irish Garden

Just an Odd Job Girl

Sam, A Shaggy Dog Story and…

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