Daily Archives: August 7, 2017

Microfiction #writephoto: Watchers – Jane Dougherty

My first reaction to Sue’s Thursday Photo Prompt was a poem. The poem led into a piece of prose. I’m posting them both. When the world was young the stones were old, And no bright gemstones, ivory or gold, Were … Continue reading

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Guest author: Vashti Quiroz-Vega – The Fall of Lilith

Hello everyone! I’m so happy to be here at Sue’s blog. Thanks for inviting me, Sue! My name is Vashti Quiroz-Vega and I’m a writer of Fantasy, Horror and Thriller. If you enjoy reading short stories in those genres and … Continue reading

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Into Eternity Paperback Release!

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Thursday photo prompt – Watchers #writephoto from Michael at Morpethroad

It was a normal school excursion, and the kids were so excited to be going to Alien Rock to study the rock formations and see if they could find any traces of gold in the small creek that ran through … Continue reading

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Jamie Dark – Psychic investigator and architect

Reblogged from ‘Jamie Dark’:   “Well, the nymphomaniac daughter pairs up with the vicar who believes in ghosts.” “What about her husband?” “Didn’t I tell you? He’s going to fall off the top of a mountain to his death while … Continue reading

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If You Can’t Be Good… from This, That, and The Other #writephoto

“I can do it,” Danny insisted. Benny looked over at the cliff. “I bet you can’t,” he said to his older brother. “Do you dare me? Danny asked his 10-year-old sibling. Benny looked again at the cliff and then looked … Continue reading

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A visit to Somerton – A monumental family

The tombs of the great and good fascinate many people. They are often superb works of art in their own right and preserve a remarkable record of the people, customs and costumes of their day. While paintings and sketches may … Continue reading

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Carnival #midnighthaiku

Carnival colours Spangled fur and gossamer Celebrate summer With only the phone to hand, I was kicking myself for leaving the camera at home when the bees came in to the globe thistles. The pollen on their backs, refracting the … Continue reading

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