Daily Archives: July 10, 2019

News of a Wedding ~ Adele #writephoto

Although my gaze was fixed upon the water as it rushed forth as if it were late for an appointment, my heart was otherwise engaged in a very distressing matter–a matter which has placed my very constitution for happiness in … Continue reading

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Span ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

He stood on the bridge and enviously watch as the water rushed and scrambled away. He had long since given up all hope of escape. What if , he thought to himself, what if he had never found this accursed … Continue reading

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The inferential layer of the Word-Pond: Mood and Emotion ~ Connie Jasperson #amwriting

Today we go a little deeper into the Word-Pond that we call Story. In talking about literature, the word mood is sometimes used interchangeably with atmosphere. Like conjoined twins, mood and atmosphere march along together; separate, but intertwined so closely … Continue reading

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‘Aye’ of the Unicorn: Circle… Stuart France

* As the weekened progressed we were to work our way around ‘the limbs’ of an elemental pentagram. * Two sites from the region were given over to each element. * In the first we would consider the element in … Continue reading

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It’s A Bargain!

Originally posted on estherchiltonblog:
A huge thank you to those of you who have read my current book of short stories – A Walk in the Woods. The paperback will be coming out soon – I promise! Some of you…

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Hues of Peace ~ Balroop Singh #writephoto

An escape from the outside world, a realm of serenity beckoned him. Each time he visited it to calm his inner storms, the color of nature painted his soul. A cadence of flowing water gave him new hope. He immersed … Continue reading

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3 years in publishing, 10 lessons I’ve learned ~ Louise Jensen

Reblogged from FabricatingFicton: This week marks three years since my debut, The Sister, was published. There was no gentle easing into the publishing industry because, and I am eternally grateful – my first novel soon rose to No. 1 in … Continue reading

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Ambush ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

For Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. Another bit inspired by the WIP I’m afraid. The leader, sergeant or whatever of the Welsh bowmen peers through the leaves at the sky then looks at Art. He yawns theatrically. “When did you … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: Full spectrum

We had a day to play on the Isle of Skye… there are undoubtedly many worse things to do with a Monday morning. Crossing the Skye Bridge in brilliant sunshine, we were certain of a lovely day’s exploration. Across the … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: ‘Off Road Inn’…

* “All things considered… It’s not such a bad view for a beer garden.” * “Yet there’s nobody else here!” * “And those that are here, are inside, rather than at the Inn side.” * “If this were England…” * … Continue reading

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