Rainbow Hills Meanders has finished its first month of publication!
I started this blog with the April A-Z challenge. It was an easy over-arching theme based on letters, fonts and eclectic interests.
Now Rainbow Hills Meanders is heading into its own destiny (direction).
“The world’s favorite season is the spring.
All things seem possible in May.”
– Edwin Way Teale
The blog will still Meander (Rainbow Hill Meanders) through my various interests but here are the core topics:
First let there be Mythology & Folklore. I will have a mythology of the month in which I hope to achieve some depth as well as breadth. This month of May will devoted to Bulgarian Folklore & Mythology.
There will be tributes to Authors, Poets, Painters and other greats in the Arts and their works. My choices as to which to share will be arbitrarily decided by their birthdays (month and day). See Machiavelli on May 3rd.
Writing tips, tricks and my favorite writing advice plus a dip into the pool of the business side of writing (Queries, What a Synopsis Is and other basics). Plus Words and Names
There will be Quotes, Maxims, Folktales, Magic, Mythic Creatures, Seattle Tidbits and Links and Odes to the Month the blog is written in.
May is emeralds (birthstone) and lilies (birth flower).
I still love Fonts, but will only cover one font a month. I’m still fanatical about Bengal Cats, but will not include them in too many posts.
There will also be a wide range of Random Topics simply because my interests are eclectic and I love to share them and sometimes surprise both myself and readers with the things I find.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know how excited I can get about the Cool Things I find in this world.
I might occasionally even write something serious and contemporary (See X=Xenophobia).
Finally this blog will not be published every day as I have a fair amount of fiction to write as I move my novels forward. I’m looking at posting about three times a week, though I do not plan on following a strict schedule. Sometimes there will be more and occasionally (though I hope not too occasionally) there will be less.
I always welcome suggestions comments and blog ideas of things you would like me to explore and research.
I look forward to going on this journey with you.