Daily Archives: September 26, 2019

Harbinger ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

“From that we understand that every single particle in the entire Universe is in multiple states simultaneously,” Dr. Lavling said. Meg was more than half bored. Why did she decided to sit in on this lecture? “So you are saying … Continue reading

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Behind the scenes of an audiobook recording ~ Louise Jensen

Reblogged from Fabricating Fiction: Saturday was a very special day for me. I travelled to London to ID Studio to both observe the recording of the audiobook for The Family and to record my own acknowledgments, reader letter and book … Continue reading

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Fear and Love in the High Peak – (2) “I want a posset!” ~ Steve Tanham

The first visit of the Silent Eye ‘Rites of Passage: Seeing Beyond Fear’ weekend was to the Derbyshire village of Eyam (pronounced Eem) – The Plague Village. Our family has a personal connection with Eyam and the terrible events of … Continue reading

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Magpie

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
harbinger of stories carrying a reputation on its delicate back -a magpie struggles to stay afloat in air mimicking humans lest the burden of luck good or bad brings it down -what is natural to…

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The Shreiking Womb: Plot…

* … At Emain Macha, Connavor prepared a magnificent feast for all the nobles of Ulster… * And so they came, one and all, and their bellies were filled with delicious meats, and exotic vegetables, and rare fruits, and they … Continue reading

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HARBINGER

Originally posted on Iain Kelly:
The following is an edited extract from my new novel, ‘State Of Denial‘, which is published tomorrow and is available to buy now on Amazon (see the links below). Harbinger noun: ‘A person or thing…

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Thursday photo prompt: Harbinger #writephoto

Welcome to this week’s writephoto prompt. You can find all last week’s entries in the weekly round-up, which was published earlier today. Use the image below as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or … Continue reading

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Author Andrew Joyce’s Mahoney On Sale for $0.99

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Today I’m hosting a favorite author, Andrew Joyce to let you know his outstanding book, Mahoney is on sale today through September 30th for $0.99. That is 1/4 the cost of a Starbucks and way more…

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Photo prompt round-up: Murmur #writephoto

* Storm and fair weather Ending with a beginning Sunset is golden Dreams filling the silent hours Take flight when the new day dawns *  The photo for this week’s prompt was taken looking out towards the elusive Barbrook Three … Continue reading

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The Small Dog changes her coat…

By dawn I have the vacuum out, By tea-time, its revolting, I know the season’s on the change… Because the dog is moulting. She does this to me twice a year, Though neither of us choose it, She sheds her … Continue reading

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