Blogging moonbats are here

The good news is that On An Overgrown Path is featured in an editorial Comment article in today's Times, and is selected as one of the top five UK blogs on all subjects - here is the full list:

Author's Choice: - Fine satires and parodies - Scott Burgess drives journalists crazy by fact-checking their assertions - High culture news and reviews - Libertarianism and sewing - Surreal humour

Tim Worstall, who wrote the article, is the author of 2005 Blogged, a
just published anthology of the best of British blogging.

The not quite so good news is that Overgrown Path's new found fame attracted the following online review today from Madame Counsellor. I think this is what André Previn once described to me as 'a crouching ovation'......

'On an Overgrown Path. "High Culture News and Reviews". I couldn't make out exactly what this blog was about. It seems to be about ideas - so lofty that they cannot be written in plain English - and classical music. This site, however, appeals to my intellectual pretensions so I will give it 5 stars. Even if I don't understand it, it gives me faith that there are people out there who do.'

Blogging 2005 by Tim Worstall is published by Friday Books ISBN: 0 954831837 and is available from Amazon and all good independent booksellers (who should be supported)
Please report broken links, missing images, and other errors to - overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk

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You're one of the best bloggers about and the recognition is well earned.
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Shablagoo! said…
Yes, a very good and interesting blog. Just don't let all the publicity and praise go too much to your head.
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