Daily Archives: July 9, 2016

Thursday Photo Prompt – Look Out! – #writephoto

Originally posted on Stuart France:
Looking out from the darkness… I have lain here for millennia watching ages pass. * Great beasts once roamed my slopes. I saw them take to the air. Their leathery calls scarring the sky. In…

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Lookout #Writephoto

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
This submission is for Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo weekly prompt. I can’t resist these. Without a choice, Kael crept through the sheeting rain toward the garden, the baby heavy in his arms. His…

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A poetic legacy – from Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape #books

Thank you Sue for this wonderful opportunity to talk about Mum’s recently published book ‘My Vibrating Vertebrae: and other poems’. Before I do though, I’d also like to thank two other special people: My little sister, Lorna, for finding, compiling … Continue reading

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Going west – Googling the road to nowhere

“Nine hours…” We had finally made it to Rhyader as the sodden daylight was fading. “Nine..” We’d only stopped once more on the way and that was to take on board some necessary refreshment. We’d called at the first pub … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Stone laughter from Jane Dougherty

Reblogged from Jane Dougherty Writes: This short story is inspired by Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. And after thirty thousand years of enchanted sleep, when the giants had finished their battles and their feuds, Balor opened his one eye and … Continue reading

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Nourishing #midnighthaiku

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