Daily Archives: November 25, 2019

Mike Biles is Sally Cronin’s guest ~ Aslan and Gandalf go for a pint

Mike Biles, from A Bit About Britain, continues his explorations at Smorgasbord: Delighted to welcome Mike Biles, author of A Bit About Britain’s History as a guest writer until the end of the year. Aslan and Gandalf go for a … Continue reading

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Light ~ Sadje #writephoto

Judy woke up as the rays of the sun struck her closed eyes. She must have nodded off while sitting in the car. Urgently she fumbled around for her camera and opened the car to get out of it. The … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Joanne Reed ~ The Art of Living from A Dog’s Perspective

Dogs come in all shapes, colors and sizes. There are the posh types, the ones who come with a pedigree which can only be claimed after a thorough genetic analysis followed by careful match-making arrangements. Then you have the rest, … Continue reading

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Exciting News!

Originally posted on estherchiltonblog:
I’m thrilled to announce that I’m going to be part of the Indie Fest in 2020. My partner and I went along to this year’s event to see what it was all about. We had a…

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Walk Toward the Light ~ Rosemary Carlson #writephoto

The door of the hut where Ladd lived with his family faced east. Dawn broke soon after Archer, Knowledge, and Mercy left for work and Ladd still sat in the straight chair in front of the fire. He noticed Cat, … Continue reading

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Zeitgeist…

* … the other common transliteration, is ‘spirit of the age’ which is possibly even closer to, certainly one conception of, our unseen beyond. * Ages, Aeons, and Worlds… They are all ways. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Winter Woodland ~ Luccia Gray #writephoto

Winter Woodland Bare trees scrape clear sky, Shivering pine leaves listen To snow flakes melting, Continue reading at Re-reading Jane Eyre

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Swords redrawn… #bookextract #fantasy

Some years ago, I published a fantasy novel, set in the magical landscape of Yorkshire. It was initially written to preserve some of the stories and folklore I had learned as a child, wandering the moors with my grandfather. From … Continue reading

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The Perfect Tree ~ Fandango #writephoto

”Dad, let’s go. I’m cold,” Doug said. “Yeah, me too, Dad,” Dana said, echoing her older brother. “Steve please,” Arlene said. “We’ve been out here for hours and you still haven’t found your ‘perfect’ tree. It’s going to be dark … Continue reading

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Time #midnighthaiku

* Swift days of summer Time too fragile to be held Years pass unnoticed Youth that fades with the flowers Bears seed and fruit in winter *

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