An Interlude of Fun and Games

Well. Today has not been ‘fun’  in the accepted context of the word, and if you have come here looking for the latest ‘proper’ blog (#61), please scroll a bit further down the page.

I have been trying out some new things, like making an area called Book Blog so that I can direct people to the books they want to know more about. So the lovely Mark who is helping me with this created the Book Blog link (under the lovely pic of the Norwegian Fjords) and that was all fabulous so I started to add links and all manner of exciting things to the blog, but then I got closed down by the Spam police from WordPress. So mid-update I was marooned, and it felt very strange. I realised that after two years I’m very attached to the blog and all you lovely people, so I spent several unhappy hours sitting in the naughty corner wondering what I’d done wrong. As it turns out it is the spambots that patrol the website and they created a bit of a false alarm. It seems I haven’t done anything wrong so I am reinstated, but I haven’t managed to get the books in the right places yet. Please forgive this – it is like calling round to a friend when they are in the middle of the housework. I am currently unable to move the lovely Brandon Bays and her book, The Journey, to her new home on Book Blog – well actually she is there too, so now it has turned into two unwelcome guests watching me do the housework. Oh dear. I am sure it will all be nice and tidy soon, with lots more to do and look at. Mxx


About Margaret Cahill

After diagnosis of Mantle Cell Lymphoma in 2013, I started this blog to stay in touch with friends, family, and and an ever increasing network of lovely people who sent me healing. The readership increased and I ended up blogging for all I was worth to try and stay sane through the chemotherapy and stem cell transplant. Then after I went into remission (thankfully) I was enjoying the writing so much that I have carried on, and the blog seems to have become a bit of a resource for people, which is lovely. The original year of blogs have now been made into a book, Under Cover of Darkness: How I Blogged my Way Through Mantle Cell Lymphoma. It fills in a lot of the gaps between the blogs, and the tone falls somewhere between graveyard humour and explicit details of chemo treatments. I do hope you enjoy it :-) Mxx
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