Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

Pretty Stupid – Divya #writephoto

“… And so, the dashing and brave prince climbed up the wall. He fought off every foe gallantly. The pretty princess was anxiously waiting at the top of the tower, afraid that if she opened the window to see, her … Continue reading

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Window – Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

Pressing my hands to the lattice window, I imagined I was touching the red roses that were blooming on the other side of the clouded glass. I could feel their soft, velvet petals warmed by the sunlight and breath in … Continue reading

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Guest author: D. Avery – Why I should not be a Guest Blogger for Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is big I am not A few follow me She’s followed a lot. She has a great site And a great many posts Entertaining and helpful She’s a kind, generous host My site is a shoebox Hers a … Continue reading

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Windows of Promise – Penny Wilson #writephoto

Tangled vines Climb the wall Roses cling tight Windows clouded With yesterday’s Memories Continue reading at Penny Wilson Writes

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Chris Graham at TRSA hosts storyteller Gregg Savage

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: I have ended up here, because I managed to earn myself a bonus year of life. Somewhere between October 13, 2016, and October 13, 2017, I convinced myself that I was 37, and not … Continue reading

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#Writephoto: The Rose Room – Jane Dougherty

She peered through the cloudy glass. “They didn’t look out of the windows much, did they?” Light entered the room, transformed by the thick glass and hatched by the leading. It was light that entered, pale and wintry, not sunshine, … Continue reading

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Scribes… Stuart France

* With the advent of cuneiform, the Oral Tradition continued to develop alongside ‘written literature’, but the primary purpose of recording stories in writing was not necessarily to supply individual readers with a coherent or connected account of ‘historical’ events. … Continue reading

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Illusory #midnighthaiku

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