Daily Archives: September 27, 2017

Deep

Originally posted on method two madness:
The end appears, a double crossing tide in empty light that does not shine but burn as rain like needles pierces deep inside Along the bleeding walls no place to hide from chanted words…

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#writephoto — Moss – This, That, and The Other

“Please, please,” Sarah begged her husband, Matt. “ It will be perfect for the water feature in our backyard.” “How am I supposed to get it?” Matt asked, knowing in the end he would do her bidding. “Just take off … Continue reading

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Flow #writephoto by Hayley R. Hardman

Life is like the flow of a river, I realised looking up at the waterfall from the canvas I had been painting on. You start off like a spring then become a stream, turning this way and that as you … Continue reading

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#TheEmissary is Live on Amazon! #wwwblogs

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
I’m very excited to announce my newest book, The Emissary: A Riverbend Spinoff Novella, is now available for download on Amazon! Don’t ask me how, but I managed to get all the last bits…

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Guest author: Annabelle Franklin – Do we really need to leave Earth?

Recently, BBC2 showed a programme called The Search for a New Earth. It featured physicist Stephen Hawking, who claimed we will have to leave Earth within the next 100 years as it will have become uninhabitable. He listed various possible … Continue reading

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after the fall #writephoto by Ken at rivrvlogr

after the fall at terminal velocity the precipice was immaterial what mattered was the outcome and you were there out of chaos calm This poem is in response to Thursday Photo Prompt – Flow #writephoto, from Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo, … Continue reading

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Editing tools to help read your manuscript – Read Aloud

  Many of us aren’t aware of the many options that Word offers to help with our writing. Although I don’t profess to know what all the functionalities are on the Word ribbon, I was happy to learn about the … Continue reading

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Flow by Kim Blades #writephoto

A soft white veil barely hiding the grey rock face of life, landing heavily on the granite boulders that mar one’s life, Continue reading: Flow by Kim Blades

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Solstice of the Moon: The High Way of the Fairies

We…well, okay, I… decided to take a shortcut from our stopover to our destination. ‘Shortcut’ may not be entirely accurate. Taking the main roads would be nine miles shorter in distance, the roads would undoubtedly be faster and with less … Continue reading

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Eye-Guy III… Stuart France

Human Eye * …”I don’t get it.” “In Geometry, before one can draw a human eye, one has to draw a cat’s eye.” “I still don’t get it.” “It’s a process.” “And in any process things have to happen in … Continue reading

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