Daily Archives: July 2, 2016

NEWSFLASH – Story Reading Ape Publishes Book…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
“But…but…but…THAT”S not YOUR name as the Author!” I hear you declare indignantly… That’s TRUE – I’M not the AUTHOR, my Mother is, but unfortunately she is not alive to publish it herself,…

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Superpowers suck? Try Null City #ExcerptWeek #SciFi #UrbanFantasy by @barbtaub

Reblogged from The Write Stuff: Thanks so much Marcia for allowing me to participate in your Excerpt Week promotion! Following is the blurb and excerpt from Round Trip Fare. —Barb Excerpt week: ROUND TRIP FARE by Barb Taub Click on … Continue reading

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The Island of the Fairies – from Fantasy Raconteur #writephoto

Reblogged from Fantasy Raconteur: The island of the fairies never sleeps. The fairy folk are full of love and light, yet buried in the murky ocean depths are fallen angels full of hate and spite. The magic of the fairies never … Continue reading

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St David’s Head…

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Images and Text from the Silent Eye Workshop: Whispers in the West… Above it all… * Aries in Ochre… * Seal Calf Grazing… * Provocatively Pensive Environs… * Plundered and Strewn?… * Last Support…

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Lost Island – from rivrvlogr #writephoto

Reblogged from rivrvlogr: That island, there on the horizon So near, and yet so far away That seeming apparition Lost, in isolation Please visit Ken’s site to read the full poem: Lost Island – #writephoto

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Comfort zone

I view the creation with pride and desire, I’d need a stepladder were it any higher; The bed now comes up to my waist, it is true, But the best thing about it? The mattress is new. * It has … Continue reading

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Going west – an extraordinary place

“What are those? ” The bumps in the fields as we drove down the narrow lane looked suspiciously like the remnants of early occupation. “They look like earthworks…” It would make sense, the little church we were heading for was … Continue reading

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Brown Bear

Another erstwhile resident of Britain is the Brown Bear. It figures in many of our legends and folktales and it is for the bear that the legendary King Arthur was named.  These lumbering giants still roamed our land until around … Continue reading

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Sunshine #midnighthaiku

For Ronovan’s haiku prompt

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