Haiku Hub Floating Challenge #1 – Heritage – A Round Up!

There are some excellent bloggers participating in this.

But I Smile Anyway...

Well hello all you Haiku enthusiasts (and those who aren’t, but read all my posts anyway)!

It has been a week already since I hosted the first of a monthly event sparked by TJ and hisHaiku Hub idea.

Haiku Hub Badge copyright TJ Paris 2016

I posted a photo…(taken in Shorne Woods Country Park)

20160807_151437And gave you a word prompt too –

Heritage

Then asked you to do your best with either/both of the prompts for haiku that you were inspired to write.

Can I just say thanks to all who submitted an entry, it was fantastic to see the response, seeing as this was the first time I ever hosted a challenge like this!

So, here is a list of all those Hubbers who entered!

First in, Judy with her take, based on family momentos
http://www.edwinasepisodes.com/haiku-hub-floating-challenge-1/

The Lady Lee Manilla with a beautiful take based around her son’s wedding, and an inherited gift
https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/08/24/haiku-hub-floating-challenge-1-heritage/

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Tosha Michelle Talks About “Everything I Never Told You”

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In my series of interviews with bloggers and writers, I invited Tosha Michelle of the WordPress blog “Everything I Never Told You” to be interviewed and she accepted. It is great to have one of the literary greats of the 21st Century and to discuss diverse subject matters.

 

Tosha Michelle is the author of “Confessions of a Reformed Southern Belle: A Poet’s Collection of Love, Loss, and Renewal” and  “Self Help to Self Harm : The Dubious Guide To Life, Love, and Relationships”. We are now going to get started.

 

Tosha: I hope everything is well with you. Everything is great especially since I wanted to interview you about your blog. Here are the ten questions which you can answer within a week at your own time.

1. What is the purpose of “Everything I Never Told You“?

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A Book You Should Read

A review of “I Don’t Want To Talk About It by Terrance Real, from Angry 1541 who writes about mental illness from a male perspective