Daily Archives: June 17, 2019

Laughter really is the best medicine … Fransi Weinstein

Reblogged from 365 and Counting: I can’t tell you how many times I ‘ve heard that over the course of my life and I’m pretty sure you’ve probably heard it more than a few times, too. Laughing has never been … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why A Publisher Says Yes And 6 Reasons They Say No ~ K.M. Allan

Reblogged from K.M. Allan: If you’re wondering what makes the manuscript selected by a publisher so special, you’re not the only one. I recently attended the KidLitVic conference where that question was put forward to publishers Susannah Chambers (Allen & … Continue reading

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Rombalds Moor

There is a place the heart calls home, I think, for each of us. Sometimes we are lucky enough to live there. Sometimes it simply lives within us and pulls at the heartstrings, calling us. It may be the place … Continue reading

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George and t’ dragon

Sharing a favourite from the archives…what really happened when George met the dragon…. a poem from Laughter Lines: Life from the Tail End… “Nah, sithee,” said Granny, “Just set thee dahn ‘ere, An’ I’ll tell thee a tale old and … Continue reading

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Caladur: Twilight… Stuart France

* …When Ewan looked at the hermit’s face he could hardly see it for the twilight was covering him little by little… Only, his two eyes stood out clearer in the fading light, and Ewan’s heart lay open to them … Continue reading

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Earth #midnighthaiku

Encased in darkness Held within the womb of earth Light flowers blossom

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