Daily Archives: February 4, 2017

Sea spray

I need no diamonds Only spring rain And sea spray By moonlight. No red roses Or elaborate gown… Only purple rocks And summer’s thousand petals. I  need no symphony But the wind To sing me to sleep… And the whisper … Continue reading

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Guest author: Beth Cooley – contributor to Wee Folk and Wise, edited by Deby Fredericks

Deby Fredericks is the  author of a number of fantasy books, including The Grimhold Wolf, a Gothic style werewolf novel and Seven Exalted Orders. She also writes children’s fantasy as Lucy D. Ford. She has also collated a collection of … Continue reading

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Low Tide from Morpeth Road #writephoto

As evening approaches and begins to take hold of the ending day I am drawn to the water’s edge. It is low tide and even though, if I want to, I can walk out a long way, I don’t want … Continue reading

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Why Books are Living Things by D. Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Myths of the Mirror: In contemplating what to write about today, I’ve decided to go a little off the deep end for the bewilderment of my readers. We writers can be a touch eccentric, and in order to … Continue reading

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Low Tide by Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Not a creative piece as such this time, more of a reminiscence. When we were younger, we spent many a summer in Kenya, visiting family. Mombasa was a place we would frequent on occasion. Imagine it, a huge band of … Continue reading

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Meet Guest Author Richard M. Ankers…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
How does one make an introduction when he hates talking about himself? Hm, I know, I’ll tell you what convinced me to give up everything to write. We’ll see how…

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Legends in the landscape – a chapel in the green

One of our reasons for visiting Cratcliffe Crags was to find a cave. On our visit in October, the bracken was still high… far taller than me, which may not be saying a great deal, but also taller than my … Continue reading

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