Daily Archives: November 27, 2018

Hidden – Rosemary Carlson #writephoto

I wish I could have spent the last ten days hidden among the wild things along the bank of the stream behind my home. Having been confronted by a terrible tragedy that can happen to any of us as we … Continue reading

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Hidden stories ~ Deepa #writephoto

twenty six alphabets symbols and numbers always help me say the things I feel Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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Guest author: Patty L. Fletcher ~ Wish of the Wee Golden, from A Treasure Chest of Children’s Tales

A Treasure Chest of Children’s Tales An Anthology with a collection of short children’s stories written by Children’s Indie Authors Worldwide.  You will find adventures, learning curves and much more in this fun filled book. You’ll even find two poems … Continue reading

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Buy a Book for Christmas -#Supernatural #Fantasy – Marcia Meara, Charles E. Yallowitz, Stuart France and Sue Vincent

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Time to get a little supernatural in the Christmas book promotions and indulge in some paranormal and Fantasy…..and no better place to start the proceedings than with Marcia Meara – The Emissary 2: To…

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Hog Blop?

Originally posted on ShiftnShake:
Open House at ShiftnShake I plan very little. It usually works out for me. For example, I never planned on getting married; I’ve been married for 34 years and it only gets better with age. I…

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In Plain Sight ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

A Magical Mystery Tour – The Secondary School Version ‘And this is the art room. How is it going today, Miss Lozenge?’ The teacher looked terrified at the simple question. Gaston Hipbrace was used to his presence, as Chief Inspector … Continue reading

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Found Mounds: Silbury’s little brother…

* ‘…One of the stops we did manage to make on the way to our second ‘official sojourn’ in Glastonbury was, Merlin’s Mound. Now, Merlin’s Mound you might have thought would be a well-known tourist attraction boasting hundreds of thousands … Continue reading

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In Search of Flatmacs ~ Michael #writephoto

The water sprite moved stealthily along the creek bed. It was irritated and unhappy as it had been demoted by the fairy king for being so-called slack on the job. Its wasn’t its fault it told itself that the Queen … Continue reading

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The caring game…

“It is such a mysterious place, the land of tears.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince “Bebop died. I stayed with him. Said thank you.” He choked again. “Said goodbye. It was really emotional.” The voice managed to sound both … Continue reading

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Seeking the Hermit… Stuart France

* “Should be over by the crags.” * * “Look more like Hags to me.” * Continue reading at Stuart France

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