Daily Archives: February 9, 2019

Swords play ~ Kate #writephoto

Somehow when he’d applied for the position of swordholder at the Medieval Park he had gotten the impression that he’d be one of the knights. To be honest he would have settled for a townsman who was being dragged up … Continue reading

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Swords’B Us ~ Kyt Wright #writephoto

Doest thou have a Dragon to slay  or perhaps a single handed battle against a dozen orcs? Why does thou not journey to Swords’B Us And be truly astounded by our divers assortment of blades. Continue reading at Kyt Wright

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Writing and Music – Guest Post by, Jaq D Hawkins…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Do you listen to music when you write? Or do you imagine a soundtrack to go with your story, as if it were a movie? I’ve been contemplating the relationship…

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A trip to Brigante land ~ Josephine McCarthy

Reblogged from Josephine McCarthy: Last week I headed north for a week, visiting with family and old friends, and going around some of the old sacred places in Yorkshire, England. It is a very old land that was once the … Continue reading

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Scottish kings ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

**contains terms which may offend** The Bruce raised his sword high, the driving rain battering against the silver blade, washing away the English blood. The dark clouds that had been the menacing back drop to the battle suddenly parted. Glorious … Continue reading

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Morgana ~ Jordis Fasheh #writephoto

This is my contribution toSue Vincent’s #write photo prompt. Blade Interesting as I have had this poem of sorts in the wings. Timing is everything, isn’t it. I changed it just a tad to fit with the photo and believe … Continue reading

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Time Travelling: Monumental memories

We could not leave Breedon on the Hill without mention of the Shirley family who left their mark on the little church in no uncertain terms. In fact, as soon as you enter the nave, your eye is immediately drawn … Continue reading

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Possibilities #midnighthaiku

Delicate heralds Hint at possibilities Banners unfurling    

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