Daily Archives: February 8, 2019

MarySmith’sPlace -Remembering Silvana

Originally posted on Mary Smith's Place:
Artist Silvana McLean sadly passed away last year and The Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright, south west Scotland is paying tribute to this wonderful artist with a solo exhibition of her work. credit Euan…

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Blade ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

It is said the heart is a forest green with life it is fed with the breath of love pulsing renewal in each moment rebirth Continue reading at Not Tomatoes

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Curse of War ~ Reena Saxena #writephoto

I kept this hidden for four decades. But it appears that the end is nearing. I lost the battle for peace. The denizens of this country were a mentally and emotionally battered lot, after the last war. They lost everything, … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Kenneth L. Decroo – Right Turn, Clyde

For most guest authors, I let the author’s bio speak for itself. However, author Ken Decroo says little in his official bio about the ‘life worth writing about’ that he has led. This is a man I would love to … Continue reading

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A particularly fine hare

Originally posted on Tallis Steelyard:
Magic is unchancy stuff and the wise man doesn’t get involved, but unfortunately involvement can be thrust upon you. To a degree I can lay the blame at the feet of Madam Mudfold. The celebrated,…

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Be Yourself ~ Anjali Sharma #writephoto

Many among us want to be someone else, Without knowing what we actually are, Be who you are and say what you feel without wanting to become someone else, Like a sharp blade feared nothing and is beautiful and shiny. … Continue reading

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Apparition…

* What was Abram’s experience? * If the story is to be believed… Abram threw his face to the ground at the sight of ‘something’. And when lifted from the ground by that thing, he then veiled his eyes from … Continue reading

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Guivre ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Another scene from the end of the story. For Sue Vincent’s #writephoto challenge, which for me is turning into a storyboard for my WIP. He hears Aoife screaming to him to come back. It is too late, she says. No … Continue reading

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Time travelling: Fantastic beasts and where to find them…

The reason I had long wanted to take my companion to the church at Breedon on the Hill was carved in stone. On my first ‘accidental visit’, I had been astounded by a collection of cross shafts tucked away in … Continue reading

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Sun-Day… Stuart France

* On one side a giant kisses the sky, On the other a fore-finger, its hand buried in clay. Yet should you ask, ‘why?’ There is no one left to say… * Can a sliver of blue heaven Between hard … Continue reading

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