There’s lots of blog love going around in my world at the moment. Just as I hosted S.M. Nonnemacher here on Friday, so have I appeared as a guest over on Liv Rancourt‘s blog.
Liv, who is a Seattle-based author of speculative fiction, asked me to share some insights on what it’s like to live in Melbourne — which was last year named the world’s most livable city by The Economist.
I was delighted to share my thoughts as to why we might have received this accolade. Naturally I feel it has much to do with… coffee.
Read the post here.
4 thoughts on “Over at Liv Rancourt’s blog”
Ooh, thanks for the blog love, Ellen. You can come back any time! And next time I’m in Melbourne, we’re totally down for a cup.
Absolutely, Liv! You’re on!
It was a great post Ellen – I’d couldn’t get over the thought that we might actually be spoilt here in the major cities in Australia. It explains why I see so many references to Startbucks. I’ve only ever been to one in an airport somewhere and I’d rather go without coffee than drink that again.
Margaret, we truly are so lucky. I know what you mean re Starbucks. But that’s often all you can get overseas!
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