Daily Archives: May 28, 2018

Turrets – Michael #writephoto

The Turrets were the home of three distinct fairy families. The Vinnys, the Bats and the Pards. Together they lived in harmony, plying trade between the three families and coming together or dinners and ceremonial occasions. The Vinny’s had lived … Continue reading

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Heirloom – Scott Bailey #writephoto

She had run from the stately home – from ghosts and strange blind men – both alive and dead. But not far. She had very quickly got hold of herself. Now she sat outside a provincial coffee shop sipping the … Continue reading

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Generations… #flash fiction

The slow ticking of the clock on the mantelpiece and the crackle of the fire were the only sound in the little parlour. Her tears were silent, red as heart’s blood with the reflected flame. “I don’t think you’re allowed … Continue reading

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Turrets – The Dark Netizen #writephoto

The castle stood tall, covered in thin layers of white snow. Lush green forests surrounded the secluded dwelling. It was perfect for my friends and me. The four of us could now live our dream. It was the right decision … Continue reading

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Be my guest…

Have a story to share? A book to promote? Need more exposure? Why not be my guest? Would you like to write a guest post and be featured on this blog?If you are a writer, artist or photographer…If you have … Continue reading

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Turrets – Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

It was one of those moments that had seemed a good idea at the time but as we arrived at the crumbling castle doubt set into my mind. Breathless from our climb up the jagged hill, we collected around the … Continue reading

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Whitsy clothes

As I drove home from work on Whit Sunday, I passed a family walking in the sunshine. They were all female, and looked to be from around four years old to great-granny in her eighties. It took me back to … Continue reading

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The Unteachable… Stuart France

* Learning does that which all nourishment which is not merely a preservative does… It transforms. * But deep down there is something Adamantine and formidable in us. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Watchful #midnighthaiku

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