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- A face from the past… and a book extract…
- A child’s tale
- Open #midnighthaiku
- Ravens Gathering by Graeme Cumming #20booksofsummer #thriller #bookreview
- Circles Beyond Time ~ Between Two Worlds
- Bridges of Stone and Heart ~ Steve Tanham
- Nuances of Nicoll ~ Stuart France
- Interlude ~ Saving the ‘best’?
- Soulscape #midnighthaiku
- Houska Castle and the Gate to Hell? ~ G. Michael Vasey
- MarySmith’sPlace – Cancer diary #07
- Circles Beyond Time ~ Inner Circle
- The small dog’s revenge…
- Presence #midnighthaiku
- Vashti Quiroz-Vega hosts “Magical Whispers” by Balroop Singh
- Circles Beyond Time – Cairnfields
- Field of Sheaves: Wood-Stone…
- Interlude ~ Hidden Avebury?
- Weep #midnighthaiku
Monthly Archives: March 2015
Sally Cronin shares her contribution to ‘More Than Best Friends’ an anthology …tales of tails … in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
Author Kevin Morris has just announced that “More than Best Friends” is now available for download. The book is an anthology of stories and poems from more than a dozen writers designed to help raise both funds and awareness for … Continue reading
Ronovan’s haiku challenge
So another weekend in the north passed quietly, mainly as rain stopped play for most of the time I was there. Not, of course, that it is any less beautiful. It simply meant that instead of tramping the moors, getting … Continue reading
For a very little while, just a few, short weeks a couple of years ago, I managed to afford dancing lessons. I had always been a dancer and ballroom had replaced the stage after the pointe shoes had to go. … Continue reading
“Macrophages.” His expression was smug. “I’ll never forget the macrophages.” We had just had a discussion about memory and how things learned since the attack fail to stick unless he uses them. “But you remember macrophages.” “Of course! That was … Continue reading