Daily Archives: January 15, 2019

Honour above all ~ Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

Sarthak stared at the white streak of the Himalayan peaks that loomed like sentinels in the far horizon. Sitting on the rocky edge beside, his butt felt as if it were touched by an icy sheet. He got up, rubbed … Continue reading

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Orphans of Summer

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
Orphaned shoots of summer’s fullness Sway high in January’s blue Like gifted children graced with wisdom Defying winter’s hidden fury Escaping falsely changing hue ➰ Against the black we could not see you Yet,…

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Honour ~ Di #writephoto

The Vicar was extremely agitated to find the note and single bloom on the tomb of Sir Harold. Now in his fifties, what caused him even more distress was the content of the note and its implications. He was not … Continue reading

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Back Up Your Writing! – Guest Post at TRSA by Jaq D Hawkins…

Reblogged from TRSA: I was a relative latecomer to the computer age. As a writer, I went from typewriter to dedicated word processor and my files were kept on floppy disk. Remember those? I also still have rather a lot … Continue reading

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It’s Release Day! End of Day by Mae Clair #SupernaturalSuspense #Mystery #Thriller

Originally posted on From the Pen of Mae Clair:
Today is the book birthday for End of Day, book 2 of my Hode’s Hill trilogy.  If you enjoyed book 1, Cusp of Night, you’ll find this one in the same vein. Once…

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Dublin cathedral ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

For Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. Another one that was obviously intended for my WIP. I haven’t got to the end of the story yet, but since it’s history, we know how it ends more or less. Aoife never thought she … Continue reading

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Heritage ~ Fandango #writephoto

Phoebe was excited when the envelope arrived. Having been adopted when she was just a baby, she knew nothing about her heritage. She dearly loved the couple who adopted her, and they were the only parents she ever knew, but … Continue reading

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Shaping the world

Back in the earliest days when mankind had his beginnings, it was the land and our response to it that had shaped us. It has been suggested that it was the long grass that caused us first to stand on … Continue reading

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Sky-Saw… Stuart France

* ‘The Lord of all one surveys.’ * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Pressed #midnighthaiku

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