Monthly Archives: February 2015

How to write wrinkles

The morning was one of those where an inadvertent glance in the mirror on the way downstairs tells you that you need a comb. And coffee. Lots of coffee. Annoying really as I had slept fairly well for a change. … Continue reading

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The Chalice

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Mister Fox: The Legend

Where do they come from? They come out of the night… Where do they go to? Back to the night they return… They dance in the dark to pipe and drum and fiddle They dance in the dark with fire … Continue reading

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Meetings and Monsal Head

We were out with time to spare on Friday morning, on our way to meet up to make plans for the workshop. Having a little time to spare we decided to call at Monsal Head. The hillfort there is still … Continue reading

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Death in a Dacron Sail: Cover Reveal

Originally posted on SaylingAway:
Here it is! On an icy February morning, Rhe Brewster, an emergency room nurse with a nose for investigation, is called to a dock in the harbor of the small coastal town of Pequod, Maine. A…

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Sharing a Smile

“I love you.” Strong arms hold me in a fierce and joyful embrace. Eyes shine down, brimming with laughter. The handsome, bearded face smiles into mine. “Will you marry me?” No, I’m not dreaming.  Though it may count as the … Continue reading

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I drove home this morning as the long gold of a soft morning painted the world in pastel and shadows. I finally had a dawn to drive home with after the long winter darkness. By ten past six I was … Continue reading

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