#Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic 2018 Author Spotlight Guest Posts: “The Black Shuck of East Anglia,” by Author, Robbie Cheadle

This week, I am pleased to introduce you to author, Robbie Cheadle. Robbie creates the most spectacular cakes and sweets with her son, Michael. Robbie created this cake for a Christmas charity event. Robbie is creative in each and every one of her endeavors. She is an avid reader and an accomplished poet in addition … Continue reading #Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic 2018 Author Spotlight Guest Posts: “The Black Shuck of East Anglia,” by Author, Robbie Cheadle

Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: EERIE & COSTUME

WELCOME TO POETRY TUESDAY! I've had a brilliant idea concerning the poetry challenge for November 2017. Next Tuesday, I will give you five weeks' worth of prompt words. That way you can still carry on with your poetry writing. BUT HERE'S THE CATCH: You can't use the prompt words! You MUST use a synonym! I … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Tuesday Challenge: EERIE & COSTUME

Author Spotlight – Robbie Cheadle: “The Story of the Tokoloshe.”

Welcome to my Author Spotlight – Guest Posts I have started a new feature on my blog, called Author Spotlight – Guest Posts. As you can see from the image above, I am looking for themed posts about fairies, myths, and magic. If you are an interested author and would like to be featured on … Continue reading Author Spotlight – Robbie Cheadle: “The Story of the Tokoloshe.”

Smorgasbord Poetry – Which Cake? by Robbie Cheadle

Robbie, from Robbie’s Inspiration, is so clever. Check out her poetry and her cakes! ❤

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Today Robbie Cheadle ponders the question about what cake to bake for her husband and his impending birthday. There is already so much baking going on in the Cheadle household that coming up with something special to surprise him is going to be a challenge.

Which cake?

My hubby’s birthday is coming
I must make him a cake,
It really hard to decide,
Which one I should bake.

Should it be chocolate
Decorated with cherries,
Or a meringue tower
With cream and wild berries.

A gingerbread house,
Covered in bright sweets,
A selection of pastries,
Filled with sweetmeats.

Something quite tart,
Like lemon and lime.
Or a baked cheesecake,
With tastes quite sublime.

Something quite simple,
Like scones, jam and cream.
Or a yummy treacle pudding,
Cooked in a basin, over steam.

So many delicious choices,
What would he like best?
I’ll conjure up a surprise,
And put it to…

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