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Daily Archives: October 12, 2016
Originally posted on neelwritesblog:
? Thursday photo prompt – Glimpsed #writephoto ? ? ? KIDNAPPED BY NEEL ANIL PANICKER Raghav craned his neck upwards, his once determined eyes, now sunken enough to expose all but its sockets. And as the single…
Reblogged from Ken at rivrvlogr: No Reply Pen to paper, such a simple act The sincerity of your thoughts Sent in response to my own I wait for your letter Continue reading here.
Reblogged from Widdershins Worlds: Herewith be Part I, Part II, Part III These tales are sad. It was a sadness that was part of the truth the forest around us. So much is written about the beauty and grandeur of … Continue reading
Reblogged from Jane Dougherty Writes: Getting back into writing mode with this piece of flash fiction inspired by Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt. They told her it would only be for a few hours. Already it seemed like a week. The … Continue reading
We were up at the crack of dawn, not because there had been too much wine the night before, which might have been expected during an evening in an Italian restaurant, but because the bug that had been stalking us … Continue reading
Reblogged from Helen Jones at Journey to Ambeth: Well. This was a bit of a pickle. She’d thought she’d found a shortcut when the wall panel behind her gave way, stepping into the dark passage without even thinking, the square … Continue reading