Daily Archives: March 25, 2019

Dalby Udder’s Cunning Apprenticeship ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Dalby Udder’s school days had been memorable in one respect. He had failed to do much forward planning. Even choosing a pudding before he had eaten his main course proved an intellectual challenge too far. So it was no surprise … Continue reading

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Rift ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

“Once the ice was covering this ground, smooth, unchanging. Then the boulders were round still, and the humans nowhere to be seen. The world was young.” You were reading my mind, but know better. You walked here, often, you and … Continue reading

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Loyalty and Betrayal at Old Sarum ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: With my Low Castles warning light flickering again, this weekend meant seeking out some castle therapy. Old Sarum is unique. Its ruins crown the summit of an Iron Age hillfort in the rolling Wiltshire countryside near … Continue reading

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A Couple of Questions and Cover Reveal

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
After a couple of very ‘educational” years, and a whole lot of stress every time I happened to think about my unfinished work, and also my as yet unpublished books lying around gathering dust, I’ve…

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Coming in Spring — Why are they screaming?

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Saturday, March 23, 2019   Because there’s A Ghost in the Kitchen! Ghost Stories Magazine circa 1926 Coming in Spring Another Roaring Twenties Pantser Tale Continuing the adventures of Pip and Granny, it’s… Three Ingredients…

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Rift ~ Penny Wilson #writephoto

Once, we were so close, I knew your thoughts. You knew mine. Then, life happened. Somehow, this rift formed between us. Continue reading at Penny Wilson Writes

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Dear Wen: Erratics…

Dear Wen… Yes, an eminently enjoyable weekend, it was good to rediscover an old friend. The sleepy energy of Beeley Warren Circle is a balm to the soul as the numerous Bees we encountered should attest. The silly thing is … Continue reading

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Embrace your destiny ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Emme looked around. The room was filled with black robed figures whose faces were hidden behind conical hats. One of them shut the door and the rest stood behind a woman in a blood red robe. Emme sucked in a … Continue reading

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Tech problems?

Has Mercury gone retrograde? I kick myself for saying, With half of my appliances Not working and not playing. I’m glad its spring, I have to say, And home a warmer venue… Because the bed is cold at night And … Continue reading

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…and Red-Fox. ~ Stuart France

* …In another part of the meadow Red-Fox was hunting mice for breakfast. He saw one and jumped on him with with all four feet but the little fellow got away. In his disappointment Red-Fox heard a distant call, “Bring … Continue reading

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