Introduce Yourself Here To Other Bloggers And Grow Your Audience!

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So I’d been thinking since I began 11 months ago about how I could help other bloggers grow their audience as quickly as I did. Y’all know how passionate I am about making a proper living from blogging already.

I started doing Blogging Tips and then I wanted to offer online events that could help boost folks’ audiences. I had quite a few in mind but a busy schedule and some tough periods put paid to getting them up and running last year. But now…here is the first! Feel free to use this post to say hi and introduce yourself to other bloggers. Add links to your books, your poems, your enterprises.


This Post Is Yours!

Have at it!   If you have a social network, share this post as now you are on the list, each share spreads YOUR reach even further!

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What Is Love?


I’m not talking about love for children and friends. I’m talking about relationships. Can someone describe ‘being in love?’ For those of us (me) who are pretty sure we’ve never experienced it?

Is it even real?Seriously though…

How can you ‘love’ someone then want them dead at the divorce proceeding? acclaim

It’s just a construct to sell movies, weddings and chocolate…right?

Even some of the older folk I know who stay together for decades just seem less inclined to break a convenient habit more than anything.

What Say You?

Whisper in my confused ear below…

The Story Of Duke


One day the folks at the Rudozem Street Dog Rescue got a call about a dog that had been tied up and abandoned.

His name was Duke.


The locals said that the family that left him there had told them to leave him to die.


They approached him carefully. He was covered in flies, batting them off with his paws constantly.


His legs were horribly distorted and he had a bad cough…but he turned out to be wonderfully friendly.


He was taken back to the shelter which was full, but no one had the heart to turn him away.


He was meek, watchful but loved the love he was given.


When he was taken to the vet they initially thought his deformed legs were a result of malnutrition…


It turns out that Duke’s legs had been purposely broken with brute force…


They also discovered he was a mere pup of not more than 10 months old…


…and that his cough was not infection but due to the heavy chain tied around his throat.


They decided to fit the little fella with splints to try and straighten his legs.


They started by setting his bones.


He had a cast put on.


The plan was to get the legs as straight as possible before the next stage – a series of operations.


Through it all Duke (who was named Duke at the shelter) was as good as gold.


It didn’t take the resilient boy too long to get used to his cast.


Duke would have to endure repeat vet visits for some time.

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But he took it all in his stride.


How’s that for progress!


But surgery would still be needed to complete the process.


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His legs were re-wrapped to continue the healing.


He got very used to having his picture taken!

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And he made lots of supportive new friends at the shelter.

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Y’all still here? Pfffft!… Sometimes fame can be a drag maaaan!

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After the physical and mental rehabilitation there was good news of a potential new home!


After careful vetting it was confirmed…


Very soon Duke would be off to the UK!


The rescue home bid a bittersweet farewell to Duke.


After swapping Bulgaria for the UK Duke settled into a loving home and has lived there ever since snoozing like a king!


That was the story of Duke.


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The Rudozem Street Dog Rescue is run by a British family in Bulgaria.

They noticed the plight of dogs and cats and felt they had to do something.

Via ignorance and sheer cruelty, dogs and cats are often spat at, kicked, have stones

hurled at them and endure various other acts of violence.

If you would like to donate to the great work they do.

Read more about them HERE.

Donate HERE