Daily Archives: June 4, 2018

Grounded in Love – Ken Gierke #writephoto

No bolt from above, nor radiance heralding a new day dawning. A state imbued with a warmth cherished, once found. You and I, in sunrise and sunset. Grounded in love. Reblogged from rivrvlogr

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Bright Lights – The Dark Netizen #writephoto

This is my attempt at merging prompts and linking my posts to form a larger story! 🙂 The chapters in the story may not link sequentially, so will keep updating the sequence. I hope this experiment goes well! This story … Continue reading

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Guest author: Noelle Granger – Your Brain on Writing

As many of you might know, I have a fourth book in the Rhe Brewster Mystery series just out. When I sat down to write my first book, I had no idea one would become four! But as a typical … Continue reading

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The Price of Freedom – K.L. Caley #writephoto

I had been warned for many years to stay where I could be seen. I hated it. I wanted to be free, free to fly like the birds that flew above us or free to run as the wild deer … Continue reading

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One of the best! – Tallis Steelyard

When you think about it, old Dame Beddi cannot always have been Dame Beddi. At one point she must have been known as little Miss Beddi, graduating to becoming Mistress Beddi before she entered her prime as Madam Beddi. But … Continue reading

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Conflagration – Michael #writephoto

The tree dwellers were the first to notice. They could smell it’s coming on the breeze. The whisper went about, ‘Con, con, con’! The word was passed on; flight became the order of the day. The evacuation began. The tiny … Continue reading

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Thank God it’s Monday!

I’m too tired to write, ’cause I had a lie-in, You might think that the two wouldn’t mix, But after a weekend from Hell with the pond I was ready for crossing the Styx. There was panic on Saturday morning … Continue reading

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Six o’Clock… Stuart France

* Before man can ‘sing-in-tune’, he must harmonise his lower-nature, and transform it into a fitting instrument of ‘song’. * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Airspace #midnighthaiku

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