Daily Archives: March 26, 2019

The powers that be ~ Janette Bendle #writephoto

The powers that be The phrase comes from a translation of the Greek: αἱ … οὖσαι [ἐξουσίαι], hai … oûsai [exousíai], the … existing [powers]’; ἐξουσίαι is also translated as “authorities” in some other translations.[6] A deity A deity is … Continue reading

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The Cave ~ Kathy Lauren Miller #writephoto

They were ten and twelve, scrawny arms and gamboling legs. Best friends on this late spring day. The rains had come and gone, washing away the remnants of winter’s debris. They race along the ridge, chasing winds that whisper secrets … Continue reading

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I see you … Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: What does it mean to look at another and see that person? Not as a mirror of what we want to see, but of what is simply reflected back to us? Some of us make it … Continue reading

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A Season For Writing

Originally posted on Helen Jones:
I’ve recently, after months spent editing and tweaking my vampire novel, started a new WIP. I felt a bit rusty at first, a bit unsure. I knew I could write books, but actually doing so,…

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A Walk In The Woods…Available To Pre-order Now!

Originally posted on estherchiltonblog:
I’m thrilled to announce that my latest book of short stories, A Walk In The Woods, is due to be released on April 20th 2019 – and it’s available to pre-order on Amazon now. Here’s a…

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Searching for Forgiveness ~ Jewel Ingalls #writephoto

The smell of the wet fall leaves are the only thing bringing me peace right now. I can’t believe I even decided to come out here in the first place. Did my father really think that a treasure hunt was … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Slitherhound…

Dear Don, I seem to have been fighting a constant battle with slugs since I read about the slug trails on the suit, you know… In fact, it seems as if there is a lot of tampering with realities going … Continue reading

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It moved ~ Daisybala #writephoto

“I climbed the stones and, saw the strange rift between giant rocks, And then it’s eyelids moved.” Continue reading at freshdaisiesdotme

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On the doorstep…

Have you ever laid in the dew damp grass of morning and watched the petals of a daisy unfold, purest white, lifting its heart to the sun? Or seen a newborn creature take its first breath, opening its eyes on … Continue reading

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Mysteries… Stuart France

* “You’ll know it,” he said, “by the stone stairs and the hawk’s head over the lintel.” I was expecting a carving, or a painting, or possibly even, an offering, not half a cliff-face… Nevertheless, it had still been a … Continue reading

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