Daily Archives: April 20, 2019

Beyond What’s Beyond ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Jed took the shortcut through the trees.  He had to reach the little village beyond or there would be hell to pay. “Just my luck,” he muttered as he stumbled over a root. Even without the leaves it was just … Continue reading

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Uncle Fred ~ Michael #writephoto

When Uncle Fred went missing, it came as no great surprise. Mum had been saying for years that he was beyond help. Fred was her younger brother, a single man who spent most of his waking hours in the pub … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Easter Parade Blog Party – Part One – Eggellent time to add your links!! – Music, Dancing, Food, and Behatted Guests..

Join the party at Sally’s…

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How Not to Get Ahead of Yourself When You’re Writing – Guest Post by Traci Kenworth at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: When we get a new idea, it feels like the whole world opens for us, and we can do anything. Some newer writers spring into the writing before they’re ready. It takes time to … Continue reading

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It’s Launch Day!

Originally posted on Esther Chilton:
It’s finally here! My book of short stories, A Walk In The Woods, is available to buy today! Thank you to all of you who have pre-ordered the book. I hope you enjoy it. If…

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Beyond ~ Bladud Fleas#writephoto

Everything alive here, now and before, is the favour of the sun; its light and warmth. In the cold of late winter, before the spring, before the earth has warmed and, in its turn, warmed the air which remains chill … Continue reading

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Field of Sheaves: Flame…

* …The Clan of the Raven has withdrawn to the hills, to a high place in the sacred lands, nearer the centre. Their fires are dead, their hearths are cold, the hilltop silent under the moon. Others come. Others not … Continue reading

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Solstice Jane Dougherty #writephoto

A serpent’s tail poem in response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. I might get a story out of it too. By the light of the rising sun, dun trees dance naked beneath leafless sky. Boughs bend, (fends stone, this … Continue reading

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Vanity and the barber’s shop…

Oh vanity, thy name is Man, Not always Woman, as we’re told, You primp and preen impartially: To save us all from looking old (You order us to diet too, On soup and salad, hot and cold). How do we … Continue reading

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Guide #midnighthaiku

A guide unlooked for Wisdom found in stranger’s form Unlikely shepherd We find only what we seek Seeing truly with the heart * ( The llama is one we met in the middle of the Yorkshire moors….)

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