Daily Archives: May 31, 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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Tell Me a Story Ritu Bhathal

Originally posted on Annette Rochelle Aben:
Pull up a chair and get cozy as we take you to England so you can enjoy this podcast of Tell Me a Story  featuring Ritu Bhathal. She’s a lady who makes many of us look…

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I came back for you by Sree #writephoto

‘Yes? Can I help you?’ She asked. Nothing came out of my mouth; I stood silently, my eyes fixed on hers, my heart beat faster than ever. ‘Auntie, can I have some water?’ I said a moment later. She looked … Continue reading

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Beautiful people

I took far too many photographs in Glastonbury…and so far the tale of that weekend has not reached its culmination with the raising of the Maypole! But there were so many fabulous costumes, so many beautiful people, that it seems … Continue reading

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