Daily Archives: June 3, 2017

The Reward by Balroop Singh #Writephoto

Someone sat at the door sniggering I could never knock at Emotions fluttered for freedom Feet followed yet entrenched In darkness, with closed eyes I dared forward Your presence pried over my mettle A grunting sound scared me I knew … Continue reading

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#Writephoto Knock by Pamela Morse

knock knock This is inspired by Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt Knock knock, Who’s there? I don’t want to get up from my chair If you have come to beg for candy I can tell you that the cupboard is … Continue reading

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My review of Laughter Lines Life from the Tail End by Sue Vincent

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
What Amazon says Take a life with a small dog in tow, add a dash of red hair dye, a selection of crumbling biscuits and a passion for recitable verse… The result is a recipe…

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Guest author: Jessica Bakkers – A work in progress…

Sue Vincent has very kindly asked me to write a piece for her site to introduce myself to WordPress. As a relatively newcomer to WP, I am staggered by the incredible kindness and welcoming warmth of the WP community and … Continue reading

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Knock from pensitivity #writephoto

Waiting for the hand to strike, Lucifer’s disciple lures you in. Innocents beware, do not knock here, Continue reading here: Thursday photo prompt: Knock #writephoto

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Barbecue season

It’s summertime and hot out there, The scent of roses everywhere, But something horrid’s in the air For which my nose and eyes don’t care… My eyes began to stream and sting I couldn’t really see a thing, But I … Continue reading

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Book Reading and Interview with Judith Barrow

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
My guest today is author of the family saga that takes us from war torn Britain through to the 1960s following the story of Mary Howarth as she falls in love, marries and experiences…

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Knock by Ritu #writephoto

“You do it!” Pete whispered. “No, you do it!” Tom replied. “Oh for goodness sake, I’ll do it!” Jake pushed himself forward. These other two were a total bunch of chickens! The three of them had been messing around in … Continue reading

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The tomb and the missing skull

In the tiny church of St Bartholomew at Blore Bay, there are secrets.  Some are easily discovered, if you read the signs. A tell-tale lumpiness beneath the carpeting of an aisle revealed  15th century brasses commemorating William Bassett II and … Continue reading

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…and Red. Stuart France

* … When the Fenians had risen and come out the following morning, Fin approached Brown, Black and Grey and said, “Do you have anything to relate from the watch last night.” So, the three newcomers told their respective stories … Continue reading

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