What a treat to see this post of mine, featured on the amazing Sue Vincent’s fabulous blog, about the origins of the poem, Little Jack Horner. This poem inspired the character of the monk who features in my forthcoming novel Through the Nethergate. Thank you so much Sally for this unexpected share.
Welcome to the series of Posts from Your Archives, where bloggers put their trust in me. In this series, I dive into a blogger’s archives and select four posts to share here to my audience.
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This is the final post from the archives of a regular contributor to the series and wonderful supporter of us all, apart from challenging us each week with photo and Haiku promptsSue Vincent wanders the land..in search of the ancient and modern to share with us. Sue always welcomes guest writers with open arms and here is one from 2018 from another popular blogger and author, Robbie Cheadle.
Sue Vincent hosts Robbie Cheadle 2018 – Living Lore: A nursery rhyme with an interesting history
Are you familiar with this nursery rhyme?
Now he sings of Jackey Horner
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