Daily Archives: October 5, 2019

Copper ~ Di #writephoto

Come walk with me but tuck your chin into your collar to keep out the Autumn chill. Look around and embrace this natural beauty as your feet tread on a carpet of discarded leaves that once harnessed life. Yet the … Continue reading

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A Path Back ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

She’d needed this for so long she almost did not know what to do with it. The sense of expansion felt as if it would crush her chest from the inside. The freedom felt disorienting. The quiet deafened. The freshness … Continue reading

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When my son bought his house It had not looked too bad… A little outdated, A little bit sad. We’d stripped it all back To the plaster and wood, Then added some styling Until it looked good. But up out … Continue reading

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Best News of the Week!

Originally posted on Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie:
Just received this wonderful and totally unexpected review for my very first novel… Nine Lives and wanted to share my joy! Book Description DEATH HAS BEEN STALKING KATE all her life, leading…

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Copper ~ Joe M #writephoto

  new layer of leaves more humus for the forest our layers are paved     Reblogged from Does Writing Excuse Watching?

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Borderlands ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

An excerpt from my WIP, illustrated by Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt. The year was turning quicker now and dry leaves lay in deep drifts beneath the trees. They were brown, dull mainly, but just occasionally, Jon caught a glimpse of … Continue reading

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Rites of Passage: Last rites III

*** We walked on, the mood had changed with the meditation; all of us quietly aware that there was to be something more. The broad, well-trodden path continued to wind its way through the valley, but we took instead the … Continue reading

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Gloria ~ Jennie Fitzkee

Jennie Fitzkee wrote in the comments on this post: “Twenty years ago teachers were getting dolls and puppets of different ethnicities to add diversity to their classrooms. It occurred to me that in Groton, there was no diversity. How could … Continue reading

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Hidden #midnighthaiku

Dying embers glow Memories of warmer days Hidden life within

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