Daily Archives: June 11, 2018

All That Remains – Helen Jones #Writephoto

He came to me after dark, as night lay like soft velvet in the hollows of the hills. The fire burned low, his feathered cape laid over the chair shimmering iridescent blue as the birds stirred and gave their first … Continue reading

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Marble Garden – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

A silent, solemn figure to steal through the graves, his long cloak trailing in ebon folds as if he hurried night into the evening’s blue mists. Past the disconnected lines of wooden crosses he walked, mindless of the old and … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Lasses in Wales: When Jessie Cahalin Met Judith Barrow

Reblogged from Books in my Handbag: Judith Barrow, originally from Saddleworth, near Oldham, and on the wrong side of the Pennines but still in Yorkshire Judith waited for me in a department store while I waited for her in Cardiff … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Remains – Dorinda Duclos #shortstory

We are but mere bones in the catacombs of life. Laid out for all to see, we eventually fade away, back into the earth from which we came. I spent the latter part of my life in the earth, digging … Continue reading

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Cusp of Night…Mae Clair is Jan Sikes’ guest

Reblogged from Writing and Music: Hi, Jan! Many thanks for inviting me to your blog today. I have a new release I’m thoroughly jazzed to share with your readers. Cusp of Night is a mystery/suspense novel that weaves timelines of … Continue reading

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Death Is No Excuse – Geoff Le Pard #writephoto #flashfiction

‘So,’ Dr Stelios Gobbe peered at the skeletal figure stretched out on his couch, ‘you’re not yourself, you say.’ Stelios winced. When Ulysses ‘Lardy’ Wainscoat has booked a session he’d explained his recent mutism to the receptionist, asking that he … Continue reading

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The mysterious letter…

When I found the letter with the Australian postmark on the doormat, I wondered who on earth it could be from. A handwritten envelope that felt as if it held something more than a letter. Staving off curiosity until I … Continue reading

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Eggses!… Stuart France

* The egg… of Conception. The egg… of Birth. The egg… of Life. The egg… of Death. * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Strength #midnighthaiku

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