Daily Archives: December 11, 2018

#writephoto: Parricide

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
There is something funny going on with Sue Vincent’s photo prompts. I’m finding that each week, the photo illustrates a scene I’m in the process of writing. Maybe we’ll get kangaroos next week to…

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Onward – #writephoto

Originally posted on Trent's World (the Blog):
Photo by Sue Vincent This is now the 22nd chapter of “Of Wind and Wings”.  See the table of contents here. Note – I posted two chapters that did not follow one…

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Resolve

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
not an easy path it’s a hazy sky up there one step a time brings little more clarity and steels my resolve further to get lost in high ether ? Thursday Photo Prompt

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onward

Originally posted on syncwithdeep:
miles I walked and hummed the unpopular tunes tripped over and fell yet all I could do was move forward without turning back because the road ahead was longer than the one I left behind #writephoto…

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Dear Don: Journal…

Dear Don, Well, that’s it. I’ve finally managed to finish the journal of our last jaunt. We have a reasonable record now as well as the four thousand visual reminders in my photo files… For all I have scribbled down … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Journal…

Dear Wen, Well done! We should have enough there to keep us occupied for a while. The jaunt seems to have captured the imagination of a fair few folk… will they show as much interest in the book when it … Continue reading

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See what my publisher and readers are saying about Becoming Human ~ Kenneth L. Decroo

Reblogged from Kenneth L. Decroo: WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: “Becoming Human by Kenneth L. Decroo is a frightening tale of science unguided by ethics, and the devastation that can be wrought by government agencies that operate without benefit of effective … Continue reading

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A story of ancient Egypt

“There was a time we did not walk the earth. A time when our nascent essence flowed, undifferentiated, in the Source of Being. We were not Gods, but were of God, the strands of our existence not yet teased apart … Continue reading

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The Big-Bold-Blue of Beyond…

* … When Brother-Warrior entered the chamber of the princess, because of his Cloak-of-Darkness, she thought she was enjoying converse and congress with a spirit. So too, did all her hand-maids but before departing he took off his cloak and … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! Romance, Anne Copeland and the Christmas Trees

She keeps looking up at the mistletoe when we are out for our walks and sighing a bit. When I asked her why, she said that when she was younger, the mistletoe was one of the first bits of Christmas … Continue reading

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