Daily Archives: February 11, 2017

Flame by Willow #writephoto

Flame The  Haiku Look into the flame Hopes  and  dreams  exposed the same Turned  to  ash  by  morn. Flame  The  Story After  a long  vigil by  the  brazier, Cain  found  his  mind  wandering . The  hopes  he  held  for his … Continue reading

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Guest author Ritu Bhathal – My Winding Journey To Get Back To School

* There was a young girl called Ritu Who knew just what she should do She wanted to teach Her goal she did reach After making a stop or two! * At 7, my mind was made up. I wanted … Continue reading

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Calling All Creative Minds/Peace lovers/dreamers/finders of hope to our creative collaboration – Tales of Love

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Flame  by Reena #writephoto

The music grew louder, as the evening progressed. But, my gaze was transfixed on the flame in the fireplace. I saw the various gyrating shapes, both dark and glowing. Were they dancing, or trying to jump out? Were they celebrating … Continue reading

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Guest author: Lyn Horner -Anthologies Are All the Rage

. . . especially among indie authors. Here is an excerpt from Nicholas Rossis’ post 9 Hot Trends in publishing in 2017. #9. Authors Will Band Together “There has been an increasing trend of authors supporting other authors through collaboration … Continue reading

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#writephoto Pants And Vanities On Fire by Pamela Morse

bonfire of vanities We watched them huddle around the fire to confer About the plot they hatched to silence her Laws and rule books were tossed in to burn The flames grew large and the wind swirled The bonfire of … Continue reading

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Parsley and Partiality II… Stuart France

* “Before we solve that particular problem,” says Wen, warming to her theme, “I’d like to spend some time considering the craving motif.” “It is not particularly overt in the Grimm version. I even thought about including it as a … Continue reading

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Time #midnighthaiku

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