Monthly Archives: May 2017

House of Memories #writephoto

Originally posted on SaylingAway:
This is a short story written in response to the photo prompt from Sue Vincent last Thursday. ? I hadn’t seen the house in seventy years. A lifetime. I stared at the ravages of time: stone…

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2017 Annual Bloggers Bash Awards VOTING OPEN @bloggersbash #BloggersBash!

Originally posted on aliisaacstoryteller:
Hey! Did you know there’s  ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT to get your Bloggers Bash votes in? I know, time is flying! Make sure you’ve got your tickets if you’re planning on coming. Can’t wait to catch…

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Ruin by Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

‘Janet. We have to move these patients on. In 2 hours. You know the protocols.’ She watched Doctor Pattinson scurry away. She’d neither make eye contact nor write down her instruction. Of course not. Yesterday it was a ‘deriliction of … Continue reading

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Still Star-Crossed premieres on ABC: and why it’s good to be the Mama. #Spain #humor #TV

Originally posted on Barb Taub:
Still Star-Crossed,by Melinda Taub “Want to go to Spain with me?” My daughter was calling from New York. Her book, Still Star-Crossed, was being made into a TV series, getting the full star treatment from ShondaLand. She…

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Guest author: Jim Webster – Tallis Steelyard on Etiquette

It must be confessed that as a Poet I have to accept that I am not regarded as entirely a gentleman. I don’t think it specifically states this in any of the many books of etiquette with which Port Naain … Continue reading

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Derelict by Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

There was no telling what the small abandoned building had been used for over the years. Still though something drew me towards it every morning as I was running with my four dogs. It was a small sunken old fashioned … Continue reading

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Gradient of life beyond life – Steve Tanham

Small white flowers Rich with life but short in prime Draw the eye beyond their garlic breath To where the river flows ➰ Pastel greens, translucent, which Display their hold on nothing Yet are a cup for beauty Shimmer on … Continue reading

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