Sue Vincent, owner and operator of the highly interactive and prolific blog The Daily Echo, recently invited me to contribute a piece to the Guest Author section of her website. Sue has been one of my most encouraging fellow bloggers since I began this project, so I swiftly obliged and it’s an honour to be one of the lucky authors featured on her website.
I encourage you to drop by her website and say g’day as you’re bound to find a topic or two to inspire your writing and pique your interest. I guarantee she’ll appreciate it!
My step-daughter, Ruby, usually sends herself to sleep with frightening ease following a story reading each night, so, while camping near our house in Tropical North Queensland one night, she asked me to read to her before going to bed. We’d neglected to pack any of her picture books and it was therefore left to me to tell her a story. The plotline my mind conjured up was about a young girl who, “Lived in the most beautiful castle in the world. Her name was Princess Ruby and her castle was so large that, one morning, she woke up and didn’t know where she was!” This story would later become The Tale of Princess Ruby and would be the first tale uploaded to my website.
You can continue reading the complete entry here: https://scvincent.com/2018/02/09/guest-author-gregg-savage-what-to-do-with-a-bonus/
As always, shout out to the extremely talented Alisha Towers for providing the artwork featured in the post.
My name is Gregg Savage and, every night when the house is quiet, I write and publish a free children’s story at dailytales.com.au for you to share and enjoy.
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