Daily Archives: April 14, 2018

The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Footprints – Fandango #writephoto

“This is weird.” Pointing toward the rocks, Jon said, “These footprints in the sand seem to start over there at rocks, but they end right here in front of us.” “Not only that,” Jon’s buddy, Steve, said. “But look how … Continue reading

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Footprints – Michael #writephoto

The strangest aspect of the case was the footprints were coming from Death Rock, but none going to it. On top of that, there was no body, no evidence of violence and certainly no blood. “So why?” asked Tomkins, the … Continue reading

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‘Pictures from and Exhibition’ from Tallis Steelyard… now available on Kindle

Now available on Amazon UK and Amazon.com

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Guest author: Harsha Sheelam – The girl with golden highlights

I’m sure you’d agree that this story has a happy ending. She was only six and her parents, living in a small town of rural India physically abused her, kept her devoid of education and made her do household chores. … Continue reading

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Footprints – Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

how naïve they could be heaven knows what keep them hard it may be to be free hoping they found a gem over and above the challenges only they know the truth oh, no need for the fuss once upon … Continue reading

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Laura Ingalls wilder’s Little House in Missouri

Originally posted on All The Shoes I Wear:
Via the website: http://lauraingallswilderhome.com//?page_id=322 As visitors make their trek to the historic Rocky Ridge Farm, the first sight they’ll see is Laura’s and Almanzo’s beloved farmhouse. It remains as it was in 1957 and…

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Don Massenzio interviews D. Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Don Massenzio: It’s time for the next subject for my 2018 author interview series. Author interviews are posted every Friday throughout the year. I am honored to continue this series with Oregon author, artist D. Wallace Peach You … Continue reading

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Footprints – Natalie Ducey #writephoto

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Notes from a small dog – In hiding…

We are back at the point where she’s losing the plot, ‘When she’s tearing her hair out and swearing a lot, When there’s costumes and props strewn all over the place And she’s wearing that panicky look on her face. … Continue reading

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Hare and Lion… Stuart France

* There once was a Lion who came to town. “I want Man to be my brother,” said Lion, “and by and by I will take him into my house. “Very well,” said Man, and so Lion started visiting him. … Continue reading

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