Welcome to this week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge.
Every weekend, Sam and I pick a word or phrase as the theme for the week. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to post something Ses-related that you think fits with this week’s challenge. Don’t know who the Ses are?… click here to find out.
Your contribution can be anything you want, a photograph, a short story… anything. Visit the main Sam’s Ses Challenge page to learn more.
The fun will be focused here on my blog, but feel free to play along on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Just be sure to link back to the challenge on whichever media you choose, to be certain Sam and I get to see it.
I hope you’ll join in.
This week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge theme is Uphill.
Here’s my contribution:
The Uphill Path in the photo leads to the Castillo de San Felipe del Morro (aka. El Morro) in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. To learn more about my time there, visit my recent post The Forts and Tunnels of Old San Juan.
A more Abstract Uphill Path over the last few years has been finding a new publisher for the Jaspa’s Journey books. Thankfully, that Journey has been successful. The Great Migration and The Pride of London are now available in both paperback and ebook formats! Click here for more information. The third instalment, Jaspa’s Waterloo, is scheduled to be released by Speaking Volumes later this year.
This week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge was itself partially inspired by the photo themes of Paths from Ailsa of Where’s My Backpack?, Traces of the Past from Paula of Lost In Translation, Cee’s Which Way Challenge and Abstract from the Daily Post.
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