Daily Archives: June 11, 2017

Wings by Leena #writephoto

It was a beautiful sunny morning like every weekend. Little kids playing in the park, couples cozying in each others arms busy in their own small romantic world, a few people were relaxing by reading books or just lying around. … Continue reading

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Guest author: Suzanne Rogerson – 5 ways spreadsheets can help writers plan and edit their novels

I’ve always loved using excel spreadsheets, which probably goes back to my office job days (yawn!). But it was only as I recently plotted and planned the second book in my Silent Sea Chronicles, that I wondered if other writers … Continue reading

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Fox & Crow – The Dinner Game – #writephoto

Originally posted on Observations of The Urban Spaceman:
Fox came upon a family of crows circling an old oak tree. Head cocked, he barked up to them, “Crows, why are you circling around up there?” “We’re waiting for our next…

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#writephoto. Wings by Willow

Lisa opened the door and let Rachel in. She was shocked when she saw the wolf, Rachel had lost so much weight and had a look of death around the eyes. After helping Rachel up the stairs she lead her … Continue reading

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Wings #writephoto

Originally posted on Of Glass & Paper:
Inspired by Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt ? ? Looking up at the skies, Inspired by the flight Of black wings of freedom…

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Wings by Joelle Le Gendre #writephoto

Upon your wings I soared, to heights I’d not believed destiny allowed. Clouded eyes stared without soul, and still I treasure love’s gift. Source: Wings #writephoto

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Nut (roast)

We all know the dangers Of sun tan and burn, But sometimes the hard way’s The one way to learn. Though doubtless he’ll brown Like a nice piece of toast, At present my son Is a bright, beetroot roast. Unusual … Continue reading

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Naked people

There are a lot of things that I could write about the Blogger’s Bash…and doubtless many will be writing about it for some time to come, but if I were to choose the one, overriding image of the  day, it … Continue reading

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Religious Endeavour III… Stuart France

* The meta-language of story is myth. * The meta-language of history is legend. * The meta-language of legend is spectacle. Continue reading here

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The bones of the earth Welcome the embrace of life Knowing its beauty

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