Monthly Archives: May 2019

Still Flowing ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

when our days are spent the rivers still flow to sea and the earth endures Reblogged from Tina Stewart Brakebill

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Never Hike Alone? ~ Teresa Smeigh #writephoto

Randall was tired of walking. Judging by the clouds he felt he was about to be caught in a storm. The sun peaked out here and there. He had been walking for what seemed like hours and yearned to cross … Continue reading

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Guest author: John Bainbridge ~ Writing about Robin Hood

Thank you Sue for giving me this opportunity to talk about Robin Hood. I’ve just finished a book series The Chronicles of Robin Hood, comprising four individual volumes – Loxley, Wolfshead, Villain and Legend. In my books I’ve tried to … Continue reading

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Yearning ~ rickyracer #writephoto

This photo reminds me of our lives linked into Jesus! That He fills us continually!! That we flow from Him. Continue reading at Faith2Faith

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The Yearning ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Meg crested the small hill and stopped.  A last fragrant breezed wafted up from the ocean as the sun slipped down for the night, causing the sky and water to flame. Her heart bounded and for a minute she felt … Continue reading

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The blank page

It is ten o’clock at night and, having been up since six as usual, the blank page is staring at me with something akin to mockery. The post is due out in the morning and is, as yet, unwritten. Even … Continue reading

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Impression #midnighthaiku

* Painted mastery Fleeting impressions captured Shifting waves of light *  

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“Gentlemen behaving badly” ~ Tallis Steelyard guests at Writers Co-Op

Reblogged, a story from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard, who guests at Writers Co-Op: The blame for this whole sad episode I lay most firmly at the feet of Mutya Ardlevice, daughter of Calthrop Ardlevice. Old Calthrop himself was a … Continue reading

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Have You Seen This Character? – Guest Post by Traci Kenworth at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: Copyright Dmytro Pauk 123RF Stock Photo There are many different characters we run across in our fiction. Have you seen these characters? The Invisible Barney: He’s commonplace. Nothing here to inspire. He’s usually a … Continue reading

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Five Faces of the Macbeth Human ~ Steve Tanham

Exploring the faces of the ‘human condition’ should be consuming our world at the moment. We might reasonably conclude that understanding the heights and depths of our shared experience, as we drain the planet of its living life, would be … Continue reading

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