Daily Archives: June 29, 2016


Originally posted on Naa Prapancham,My World…:
Troubles are like stiff stone walls, time also can’t find a way through it… Oppurtunities are the doors in them… And hardwork is the key… There isn’t any luck, Only hardwork – will…

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A dire warning from Tallis Steelyard

The inimitable Tallis Steelyard introduces a new volume of The Port Naain Intelligencer… a tortuous tale of passion, intrigue and murder on the streets of his city in which he and Benor became embroiled. In Port Naain, Jim Webster has … Continue reading

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Gilding the lily – a cupcake society

The house smells good. I have been baking. There is a reason for this… it is an act of rebellion. I’ve always baked. Not so much these days when there is usually only me, the dog and a recalcitrant waistline… … Continue reading

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A sunny day

“The Black Boy?” Another red kite sailed overhead. “Sounds good to me.” I turned into the little lane through Oving and pulled up in the car-park. The village had once been known as Ulfingas. It sounds rather Tolkienesque and the … Continue reading

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Playful #midnighthaiku

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