Daily Archives: September 8, 2018

Turning ~ pensitivity #writephoto

‘It’s beautiful, isn’t it. And just think of the memories it holds because we’ve been there!’ ‘It’ll be a swine,’ he said. ‘Have you any idea how long it’ll take?’ ‘Absolutely none. But you know me, I love a challenge.’ … Continue reading

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Turning ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Our goals may seem like a target too far away to achieve – but think of the way there. It could be the most beautiful journey, peppered with moments to capture, all to help you reach that peak. Try turning … Continue reading

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War of Nytefall: Lost is Now Live! ~ Charles E. Yallowitz

Glory to the Princess General! As the Vampire Civil War of Windemere rages on in the shadows, a mysterious girl appears to deliver mayhem to both sides. Rumors of old-world vampires disappearing and mortals being attacked by an army of … Continue reading

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Extreme ~ Fandango #writephoto

“There it is,” Brian said, barely able to contain his excitement. “Virgin snow!” Bob looked across to the other side of the valley, where Brian was looking. “Are you sure about this?” he asked. “How do we even get to … Continue reading

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Shameless Self Promotion: It’s not so easy to be shameless ~ Judy Penz Sheluk

Reblogged from Judy Penz Sheluk : When I started writing my first novel, I never gave a moment’s thought to promotion. I was naive enough to believe that after I got a publishing contract, the publisher would do all sorts … Continue reading

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Turning ~Alethea Kehas #writephoto

Photo Credit: Sue Vincent The giant had been stuck in the hillside for so long, everyone else had forgotten him. Tufts of red hair now curled a bald crown turned white from age and the hundreds of footsteps that scaled … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXVIII: Toeing the line

One of our main aims in taking the Cornwall trip, quite apart from the sheer beauty of the place and the fact that it is strewn with more ancient and sacred places than you could visit in a lifetime, had … Continue reading

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Noir Nights… Stuart France

* Happiness is a suspect word… An unsound concept… A dodgy character… I know because I subjected him to surveillance… …Sneaky? Perhaps, but now I know. Happiness is actually a freak: a chance occurrence… …A beneficial whim of the vagaries … Continue reading

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Flare #midnighthaiku

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