Daily Archives: December 26, 2017

Thaw – Emily Havis #writephoto

Long roads I have travelled To seek the four silent standing brothers. Forsaking the comforts of home In exchange for untold arduous adventures; To peak beneath the veil Of what may be concealed And harness what may be revealed. And … Continue reading

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Something to bury – Neel Anil Panicker #wrietphoto

Richard stood, his trekking boots rooted to the rocky edges, his mind stilled by the mesmerising sight of pearly white mountain peaks jutting out into the cloudy skies. Below him, sparkled a carpet of cedar and pine trees, clothed in … Continue reading

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Legends of Windemere: Warlord of the Forgotten Age – Charles E. Yallowitz

Thank you to Sue for letting me write a post for her blog and helping to promote, Legends of Windemere: Warlord of the Forgotten Age.  This is the final book of my fantasy adventure series, which means after 15 volumes … Continue reading

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#writephoto — Off Grid – This, That and the Other

“It’s stunning,” Donna said as she looked out of the cabin window. Paul walked over to her and handed her a mug of hot, steaming coffee, which she readily accepted. “I knew you’d love it out here,” Paul said as … Continue reading

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Christmas with the small dog…

Santa came! With loads of chickeny treats and balls… and a big, long furry snake that squeaks everywhere! I learned what it was called in three goes too! Then we had a walk in the dark, and that’s always fun … Continue reading

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Thaw – Bobby Fairfield #writephoto

Memories of an Exmoor boyhood. I’ll tell you a story you won’t believe, of the dreadful Winter of sixty-three, when for three long months only white was seen. apart from the waves and the rushing stream, country and cities covered … Continue reading

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Time for change…

I was given a clock for Christmas, a clock framed by pictures of my grandchildren. I hung it on the wall, marvelling at how quickly life can change. I, who was a young woman not two minutes ago, or so … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon VI… Stuart France

* … Once he had procured the Naxian Stone, king Solomon kept Asmodeus under vigilant watch and restrained him from leaving the palace until he had built the Temple. Upon its completion, Solomon said to him, “It is written: He … Continue reading

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Highway #midnighthaiku

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