Daily Archives: November 29, 2018


Originally posted on Iain Kelly:
The first snow of the winter arrived. He looked out at the path and the fields, transformed, covered in a smooth white cowling. This might be the last time he would see such a sight,…

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Remarkable Rocks

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Even from a distance, it separates itself from the landscape that gave it birth. After two hundred million years, its many faces continue to laugh at the sky. Its act of separation is not…

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Winter Comes

Originally posted on Tina Stewart Brakebill:
Unbidden flurry Nature’s scythe forsaking fall       Fractured and formless ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is dedicated to my northern family and friends enduring their second (or is it their third?) early snowfall of the year. Florida…

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Exposing your work, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Reblogged fromEntertaining Stories: Six sites that will get your book in front of  thousands of potential readers… for free…. Hi, all, and welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. This week is a special edition, because it’s geared to … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Untrodden #writephoto

Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt.  If you know where the photo was taken, please keep it to yourself until the challenge is closed and I usually share something about the … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up: Hidden #writephoto

* A moment to breathe Unexpected perfection A gift unlooked for We are caught in the current Hearts open to the Presence * The photo for this week’s prompt was taken near the shores of Loch Tay in Scotland, during … Continue reading

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Romance and research… a writer’s gift to a reader

Once upon a time…and all the very best stories start that way… there was a little girl who read her way through every book in her mother’s library. It wasn’t a proper library, with mahogany shelves and great leather chairs… … Continue reading

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Something hidden… Stuart France

* Between outer form… * Contnue reading at Stuart France

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Chill #midnighthaiku

For Colleen’s poetry challenge

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