Daily Archives: July 5, 2016

Unforgettable tale of inhumanity…a page turner

Originally posted on The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap:
My book has just made it to the top 1% for sales on Amazon in the literary fiction-historical category. I’m deeply grateful for everyone who has purchased, read, and taken the time…

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#ExcerptWeek – Harbinger by Marcia Meara

Reblogged from Marcia Meara at The Write Stuff Thought I’d squeeze in an excerpt of my own, if you guys will indulge me. This is a scene from Chapter 3 of  Harbinger: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 3. Hope it gives you … Continue reading

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Lost Island – #writephoto from Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Sun in Gemini: Lost Island In response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. Lost Island – #writephoto A first the waves moved, playfully, over his ankles. Then they became more insistent, as his body resisted their pressure. “No,” his … Continue reading

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The Island #writephoto from Stuart France

Reblogged from Stuart France:  Standing in the waves, looking out to the west, a mysterious island appears on the horizon… * We swam and we swam Oh, how we swam over the ocean to the Isle of Glass. * Continue … Continue reading

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In front of our eyes… by ‘The Sailor’.

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Image: NASA Companions studying with the Silent Eye submit weekly journals to their supervisors. Inevitably, given the shared journey, friendships build as formality fades.  We learn of each other’s lives and families as we…

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Going west – and going in

It was either going to be spectacular…or very plain. Probably the latter, as we have found that with the highly decorated churches, it tends to be one or the other. It was, then, no surprise to open the door to … Continue reading

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Silvery-Locks and the Three Bears II… from Stuart France

Reblogged from Stuart France: Baby Bear (f.k.a. Carreg Coetan Arthur) ‘Arthur’s Quoit.’ Of which there are a goodly number dotted about our Blessed Isles. Which makes me wonder… A quoit is a ring thrown over an upright in the game … Continue reading

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Harmony #midnighthaiku

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