Daily Archives: October 2, 2017

A dear ‘deer’ clue – Neel Anil Panicker writephoto

The encrypted message on the Police website read: A convicted criminal has escaped from a high security Canadian prison a month ago. According to Interpol, it is suspected that this man named Avtar Singh, age, around 35, has escaped to … Continue reading

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Today’s the day… Juliet Nubel

Juliet Nubel is one of the contributing authors in a new horror anthology. You can read more about Juliet herself in her guest post for this blog and read Jaye and Anita Dawes’ review of The Box Under The Bed … Continue reading

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Signs – #Writephoto – Balroop Singh

That moment… When signs transform into reality When acceptance seems sole support When togetherness comes with a caveat. That moment… When we miss the signs of love Neglect, indifference, brutality Combined with weird wangle, Continue reading: Signs – #Writephoto – … Continue reading

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Soggy Bracken and the Fairy Mine by James Elkington

On our recent travels, we did something we have been trying to do for some time… we met up with our friend James, from Walking with a Smacked Pentax, for a bimble across the moors to a mysterious and well-hidden … Continue reading

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#writephoto — Snow Day – This, That, and The Other

Sam and his young brother, Tom, were thrilled that it had snowed enough the night before to have covered the ground with a few inches of fresh, soft, fluffy snow. And more important, the snowfall was enough for schools to … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Stone of the Maiden

Once upon a time… twelve or thirteen hundred years ago… there lived a fair maiden. She was, it is told, the daughter of the Laird of Balquhain. She was betrothed and very soon to be married. On the eve of … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Elks… Stuart France

* Little did we know at this juncture… * * That the Fairy Glen… * * Would eventually lead us… * * By circuitous routes… * * To a ‘Fairy-Mine’. Source: A Tale of Two Elks… | Stuart France

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