No words from me are necessary.
Just read this and you’ll find out why you should join us at the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards.
Early in 2015, I went on holiday. I’ve got to say, February in Suffolk wasn’t the most appealing option for me, but for some reason I agreed to it. I’d never been to Suffolk before, nor have I since, but that’s not for a lack of interest. We had a surprisingly enjoyable week.
The previous year, I’d encountered and received support for my writing from fellow author and blogger, Dylan Hearn. His blog goes by the name Suffolk Scribblings and, with the clue being in the title, my holiday seemed like a great opportunity to meet up. So we did, spending a couple of hours in a nearby hostelry one evening, getting to know each other better and sharing thoughts and ideas.
Up to that point, although my interactions with other bloggers had been positive, there was still something missing in terms of the connection. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve…
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