Daily Archives: April 9, 2018

The Dark – Scott Bailey #writephoto

He stood in the mouth of the cave and breathed in the sweet morning air. He was right on the junction of the entrance – he could feel the cold air behind him, the warm before. It was a natural … Continue reading

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Shelter – Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

  As some of you are aware, I am on a little break this week, from intensive blog posts, and regular challenges (though, as usual, I find it hard to stay away!). I looked at Sue’s photo on Thursday and … Continue reading

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Guest author: Lucy Brazier on her new book, Sinister Dexter

It is always a delight to visit the lovely Sue and I cannot thank her enough for inviting me back to her blog to tell you all about the latest book in the PorterGirl series, Sinister Dexter. After avoiding the … Continue reading

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A reminder from Geoff…

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Cattle–Guest Post by Tallis Steelyard

Originally posted on Musings on Life & Experience:
? Copyright: Jim Webster ? CATTLE by Tallis Steelyard Wylar Drig was a carter. He never pretended to be anything else, never claimed to be anything grander or more refined. He drove…

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Divagate – Sight #writephoto

The inanition was too much to bear. Miles away from civilisation, his mental health too was deteriorating. Hallucinations triggered fear and sometimes hope within him. Suddenly the achromatic gloom that surrounded him was also mirrored in the surrounding environment. “Has … Continue reading

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Tales from the Garden – Little Girl Lost by Sally Cronin

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: In the summer I will be releasing Tales from the Irish Garden.. stories of magic and fantasy. It is the sequel to Tales from the Garden published in 2015 and I am going to share the stories … Continue reading

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Shelter – Lady Lee #writephoto

Every time he thought about her, about them, about their coming wedding, the plans, her white dress, his tuxedo, the cake and all the shivaree – he couldn’t help himself but get emotional. If there was some way to send … Continue reading

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A flying visit – A Shakespearean story arc…

The afternoon was drawing to a close and the chill of early spring was settling over Stratford-upon-Avon as we made our way back towards the car. There were still many things we would have liked to see, but, with the … Continue reading

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Rope to the Sky… Stuart France

* Man and Hare became great friends. They were always getting into scrapes together and getting scolded by their mothers. One day Man said, “let us do away with our mothers, then we shall be free.” Hare was not so … Continue reading

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