Daily Archives: April 1, 2018

Thomas the Rhymer, by Paul Andruss – a New Review from Carol Taylor

Reblogged from Odds and Sods: Book Review Thomas the Rhymer by Carol Taylor A child is missing under very peculiar circumstances, there is nothing worse that can befall a family. The tale of magic and mayhem soon unfolds. There is … Continue reading

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Nemesis

Originally posted on jagahdilmein:
“They live beyond the clouds, on the top of the mountain, but to go there is madness Agnes,” warned our village chieftain. But much as I respected him, I could not afford to pay any heed…

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Redefined

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
contrasting colors and textures help one to establish unique identities with juxtaposition ? we need the opposite to tell define inscribe see, what we are at the core it’s all that matters ? the line…

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Lone Star

Originally posted on All The Shoes I Wear:
I have seen your snow capped mountains Wantonly reaching for indego skies Have wandered barefoot through your valleys Swollen with your lush green pride I have splashed within your ocean Lain upon…

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Promoting yourself – Craig Boyack

Reblogged from Craig Boyack at the Story Empire Blog, some thoughts on promotong your work… and while you are reading, remember that a guest post doesn’t always have to be a direct promotional post for a book. It can be … Continue reading

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Easter

In England today there are chocolate eggs and rabbits. In France the church bells are silent as the bells of St Peter’s fly to the children, tied with ribbons and flowers. Across the world images that combine the Christian and … Continue reading

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White-Skunk seeks medicine IX… Stuart France

* … After leaving Skunk, Young-Wolf had overtaken his brothers and told them that, “Skunk was carrying a poor Rice-Bird in his back-pack.” They all came back down the valley looking for Skunk. They heard his stick-game song and crept … Continue reading

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Petals #midnighthaiku

Early petals fall Confetti for summer’s bride Strewing promises

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