The inimitable poet and inadvertent adventurer, Tallis Steelyard, recently went on a tour of the blogosphere, sharing a rather longer tale than usual.
His first stop was here, but his wanderings took him to many strange and wonderful places and, as seems so often to be the case for our errant wordsmith, cast him into some rather odd situations.
Should you wish to peruse the story in order, you may do so by clicking the following links:
Daily Echo: A Family Saga
The Story Reading Ape: Playing the Game
ADD and so much more: Of Kings and Kindness
Boox on Issu.com: The Spice of Life
Annette Rochelle Aben: Questions happily unanswered
Jaye-Marie and Anita Dawes: A seaside sojourn
Musings on life and experience: If a tree falls…
Bridges Burning: Awakened and Enlightened
Tallis Steelyard: Theatrically matrimonial
And if, having so perused, you should find your appetite whetted for further morsels of wisdom from the peripatetic poet, you could always indulge yourself with a copy of his latest collection of tales…
The Monster of Bell-Wether Gardens and other stories.
More of the wit, wisdom and jumbled musings of Tallis Steelyard. It covers the perils of exam invigilation, the problems associated with literary criticism, the benefits gained by hiring erotic dancers and the healing properties of hot water and syrup of figs. An unparalleled guide to the pitfalls which await the honest artist attempting to ply their trade.
Copies of this volume are available via the good offices of Amazon.