Daily Archives: April 18, 2018

Water Prints – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

She didn’t live in town. The island population, a little under five hundred residents, was limited mostly to farmers and fishers. The moment Davie saw her sitting on the sand, looking out to sea with her knees pulled under her … Continue reading

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Ben Griam Beg – a speculative archaeology – Gavin MacGregor

Reblogged from Gavin MacGregor at heritagelandscapecreativity: Coblaith furiously lashed the flank of the mud splattered beast as it stumbled up the slope. They had already lost two of their bulls. The first had plunged into a bog pool, thrashing and … Continue reading

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Footprints – Kim Blades #writephoto

The Vervet Monkey (Clorocebus pygerythus) is only one of the more than 250 species of monkey in the world.  The vervet is the most common and widespread monkey in Africa. Vervet monkeys have a black face with white eyebrow ridges, … Continue reading

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What’s Missing From Your Self-Editing – Ryan Lanz

Reblogged from A Writer’s Path:   by Ryan Lanz   For some writers, editing strikes fear into their hearts. Okay, perhaps not fear, but some discomfort. At least a stomach ache, right? Before you reach for the antacids, let’s discuss … Continue reading

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Something Fishy – Penny Wilson #writephoto

Looking behind her, she saw her footprints.  She cocked her head, studying them.  They looked so odd to her.  She smiled and bent over to pull her shoes off.  “At least that’s a little better!”  She thought to herself. Continuing … Continue reading

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Cold stone and warm hearts

Last year we visited Haddon Hall in Derbyshire as part of our research, both for the upcoming workshop and the continuing trail of clues we follow as we look back through history. We learned a lot about the Manners and … Continue reading

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Formulas of Virtue… Stuart France

* We have become well versed in the love of enemies… That’s the long and the short of it! * Silent and graceful, we move, as automata, in a pit of vipers… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Darkness #midnighthaiku

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