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Daily Archives: May 17, 2016
Originally posted on Helen Glynn Jones:
I don’t usually post rants on this blog – it’s not really my thing. I actually wasn’t even going to publish this piece at all, but I had a short online conversation about it…
Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
Clanging, banging, irksome noise Have the sense to show some poise There within your dark confines Just imagine your headlines “Politician found in state Well preserved, but clearly late For appointments long past due Now quite…
Reblogged from D.G.Kaye: I have a confession to make. . .My book marketing activities have basically been nil in 2016. For those of you who follow me, you know I had a lovely two-month winter escape to Arizona, and then … Continue reading
Reblogged from Geoff at Tangental: Zach Peters tapped his pen on the clipboard. ‘That’s about it. Your mother’s house is empty. We’ve left a few things in the garage which we thought you should decide if you want to keep.’ … Continue reading
The Domesday Book, completed by order of William the Conqueror in 1086, is a manuscript record of the landholdings of much of England and parts of Wales. It is to this document that we owe so much, preserving a detailed … Continue reading
Reblogged from Ritu for the Photo Prompt Challenge this week… The Chest I used the photo to continue and finish the story of Wilfred in the tower from last week’s prompt. I hope it makes sense, it might be a little … Continue reading