Daily Archives: October 12, 2018

Bones ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

Photo credit: Sue Vincent They said it was a sacrifice, but isn’t all life? The tree pulled down to make paper to record our words The hay threshed to fill bellies Some say even water is alive The clouds spilling … Continue reading

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The Hound on the Moor ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

‘What do you think, a cow?’ Arthur poked the skull with his stick. ‘Possibly, or a large hound.’ ‘Strange, sitting here in the middle of an empty moor. A deer I could understand. I wonder how it got here.’ James … Continue reading

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Always read the terms and conditions ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: Have you any idea how much trouble I have to go to, just to get my work published? Ignore the toil I have to go to afterwards, once I physically have books, I’m talking about the … Continue reading

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#BadMoonRising: The Showing by Will Macmillan Jones #thriller #horror #paranormal

Originally posted on Books and Such:
Forgive me if I’m a little late replying to comments over the next few days – I’m at a writer’s retreat (woo hoo!) until Sunday.  Hoping to get a lot of work done. Will…

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Skull ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Photo by Sue Vincent “I thought you British ate small breakfasts.”  Hungry as he was, Ed wasn’t sure if he could finish the heaping plate full of eggs, bacon, sausage, some type of hash brown or potato cake and other … Continue reading

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The Strange Afterlife of the Reverend Robert Kirk ~ James Elkington

Reblogged from Mountains, Myths and Moorlands: The Reverend Robert Kirk was a strange fellow. He was a native of Aberfoyle, born in the manse in 1644, the seventh son of Reverend James Kirk. Despite having an extremely poor upbringing, against … Continue reading

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Bone ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

This can’t be real… No, of course not, this is a game… That object there, yes, that skull, he thinks, it may be a gate, you know, some kind of key, to get somewhere else? This is a  game, of … Continue reading

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North-easterly: Waylaid by wyverns

We didn’t have to go back the long way, but we did. My companion, knowing full well that the moors of North Yorkshire would be calling, and responding to squeaks from the driver’s seat as the hills came into view, … Continue reading

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Why Myth? ~ Stuart France

* ‘…history became legend, legend became myth…’ What a pleasant conceit, to suppose that this process produces myth. Whilst undoubtedly true for many legends the process can also work the other way. Many legends for example have produced history. Pre-eminently … Continue reading

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Roads #midnighthaiku

The longest way home Autumn’s vales and misty moors Well worth the journey

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