Daily Archives: March 27, 2018

Carved – Kim Blades #writephoto

The villages are burnt. The townsfolk dismayed. Everything has been destroyed by those I never knew. I escape the devastation. Run to my special place carved out by glaciers long ago on the now flat, desolate moor. Continue reading at … Continue reading

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Spring’s Silent Song – Steve Tanham

Is it perhaps in fingertips Where poised and ready reflex sits Sharpened, flexed and keen Framing March’s calling turn As brightness fills the sky * Continue reading at Sun in Gemini

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Omphalos – Jane Dougherty #writephoto

The omphalos of the world slowly fills with water. Rainwater collects in the sacred stone, and though animals and birds drink from it, the sun evaporates it, green growing things siphon it, the level rises inexorably. If the omphalos overflows, … Continue reading

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Guest author: Robbie Cheadle – Waitoma Glowworm Caves

During our family visit to the North Island of New Zealand in August 2016, we visited the Waitomo Glowworm Caves. The name Waitomo comes from the Maori words wai meaning water and tomo meaning hole or shaft. I have a … Continue reading

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Sinister Dexter – Cover Reveal

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Missing Element – ‘Stoner of a Rollercoaster’ #writephoto

A:  Bubble-mint! B:  Ahaha. close.. A:  Or .. baskin robbin’s cotton candy! B:  Closer.. A:  This place is giving me diabetes I swear. B:  Hmm but its beautiful. Isn’t it?? How often do you find a color palette like that … Continue reading

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How I Made My Cover for Death in a Mudflat – Noelle Granger

Reblogged from Sayling Away: If you have been reading this blog, you know I posted previously on how the covers were made for my first three books in the Rh Brewster Mystery Series. Mostly, it involved my husband doing the … Continue reading

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Carved – Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

“Do you need anything?” the little man asked. “No, we are set,” Merla said. We were in a room carved out of living stone. Chairs were carved into the walls, some at the wee-folk height yet some that could fit … Continue reading

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Magic Carpet…

“I dunno… It’s still not right.” “I did it exactly as you said this time.” “Even so, there’s something missing…” My son has once again asked me to do the impossible. It is, you might think, just a small thing. … Continue reading

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White-Skunk seeks medicine V… Stuart France

* … As Wolf approached, Skunk called out, “Oh brother, you are on your way but do not come up to me, pass around at a safe distance, I have come from the camp of the Clever Fellows and their … Continue reading

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