Daily Archives: January 14, 2017

The Ghost Swan of Loch Luklamarin by Pamela Morse #writephoto

Ghost Swan There is a ghost swan that appears on the eve of Robert Burn’s Day on the Loch above the ancient castle.  The apparition sails across the water following the course of the boat that sailed from the shore … Continue reading

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Guest author: Jeff B. Grant

I read quite a log of blogs. I regard Sue Vincent’s as up among the very best – both in the subjects she deals with and in the quality of her own writing. So to have been offered a small … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Swansong by Helen Jones

Sue Vincent’s weekly #writephoto challenge is one of my favourite writing prompts. Her photos are always evocative and inspire a wide range of responses, as though she’s captured a little piece of storytelling magic in each image. Perhaps she has… … Continue reading

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Adele Marie Mark, fantasy author, talks to D.G. Kaye

 Reblogged from D.G.Kaye: Today’s guest feature is Adele Marie Park and her newly published book, Wisp. Although Adele has published stories in two anthologies, this is her debut book, so we are both excited for her visit here today.  You … Continue reading

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Reflections by Reena #writephoto

Water is a colorless liquid that changes the properties of several other fluids. Water is an unassuming element that never asserts its own identity. It unleashes destruction on the planet, when powered by dark, underground forces, seething in its belly. … Continue reading

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Legacy #writephoto

The phone rang, dragging his attention from the columns of numbers. James glanced automatically at the display as his hand reached for the receiver…and stopped. He’d had enough for one day. He watched the vibrating phone as it rang insistently, … Continue reading

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The Unforetold Threshold… Stuart France

* We live with hidden presences. The village street, its air heavy under the hot sun, its surface baked hard beneath our feet, is lined with dwellings. Before we enter any one of these home-steads we are confronted by a … Continue reading

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Promise #midnighthaiku

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