Monthly Archives: March 2018

Valley – Kim M. Russell #writephoto

The valley’s wet with soupy mist pouring down its flanks; the river’s murky with muddy flood gushing down its banks. Continue reading at Writing in North Norfolk

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Guest author: Anne Copeland – So Many Reasons for Writing

Many of the indie writers I know want to publish to try to earn extra money, while still others just want to get their wonderful writings out there because they want people to share what they have created, and to … Continue reading

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Another Day – Penny Wilson #writephoto

The valley began the day in hushed anticipation as the sun rose. The fog, not yet lifted, lay like a child’s blanket over the expanse. The sun touched the sky, gently kissing it with nursery colors of pinks and blues. The … Continue reading

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#BloggersBash Panel Debate Needs YOU!

Originally posted on I Write. I Read. I Review:
Panel Debate 2018 The Annual Bloggers Bash returns bigger and better than ever on Saturday 19th May 2018. The venue is booked, and the committee have been busy working behind the…

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21 Ways to Spring Clean Your Blog #bloggingtips – Hugh Roberts

Reblogged from Hugh’s Views and News: It doesn’t have to be springtime to clean up your blog.  These free tips can be used at any time of the year. 1. Give your blog a brand new theme. WordPress offers lots of … Continue reading

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#writephoto: Valley – pensitivity

In his mind’s eye, the mist rose to meet the morning sky. Sherbet pinks, violets and mauves danced with the gentle blue, the promise of a beautiful day. The valley slept, nothing stirred at this early hour, not even a … Continue reading

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White-Skunk seeks medicine VII… Stuart France

* … Rice-Bird now knew the thing that Skunk feared and he began to throw his voice in a whistle from Skunk’s back-pack. “Ugh!” cried Skunk when he heard the whistle and he turned and fled in the opposite direction. … Continue reading

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Harbinger #midnighthaiku

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Kissing Clouds – Vivian Zems #writephoto

I’m on the verge of something great I try to fly but problems stand on my cape I’m on the edge of an unknown precipice So high in the sky, clouds- I almost kiss   Continue reading at Smell the … Continue reading

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Before – Life at 17 #writephoto

She sat in a corner, Hands over her knees, Waiting for her demons to enter, Waiting for her modesty to be bared, Ready to beg, Ready to cry, Ready to kick her little arms, Frantically in vain, But that day … Continue reading

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