Daily Archives: December 13, 2019

Christoph Fischer Reviews: “PorterGirl: Footsteps of the Templar” by Lucy Brazier

Reblogged from Christoph Fischer: I’m delighted to present my review for this hugely entertaining and simply brilliant book.  Lucy and her books have been on my blog several times and I just can’t get enough. We’re back in Old College with … Continue reading

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Keys to Heaven: Gluttony… Stuart France

* The Norse God, Odin, hangs over all. His attendant wolves symbolise our lower self, and both their names can be translated, ‘greed’, which leads us to glut… * For most people the plan is simple: to experience all they … Continue reading

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Chill ~ Di #writephoto

The land was cold and barren, save for some diehard vegetation that had adapted to survive and sent out wiry creepers both above and below the surface. Once in a while dark turned to blue, shadows merged and the landscape … Continue reading

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Whitby weekend: Making soul cakes?

There is more to a Silent Eye workshop than a simple wander in the landscape, but although the shape of the weekend may be carefully crafted, much of what happens next comes from the intent of those who attend. Working … Continue reading

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The only holiday catalog you’ll ever need. PLUS: the WINNER! #humor #Christmas ~ Barb Taub

Reblogged from Barb Taub, where her gorgeous dog, Peri announces the winner of a copy of my Ani’s Doggerel….and Barb launches her own unique take on the Christmas catalogue… My dog Peri wants to announce the winner of her friend … Continue reading

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Chill ~ Catherine Ross #writephoto

The wet snow stuck to her boots as Cia tracked the rabbit that had escaped the trap. Her fingers have started to go numb as well as her nose. Frigid winds slapped her face and made her eyes water. The … Continue reading

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Corporate Wisdom…

* The doors and windows of your homes have more locks than a prison cell. * This, perhaps, should not surprise us. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Winters ~ Anjali Sharma #writephoto

It’s evening time, the doors of winter, Dark in the dawn, and chilled all around, Searching for warmth in woolen cloths, Continue reading at Positive Side Of The Coin

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Ani’s Advent 2019! Sometimes it’s not all tinsel … and a letter from Maggie

Dear Santa, My two-legs doesn’t seem all that happy at the moment. I know she’s worrying about stuff, ’cause she hasn’t even dug out the Christmas tree yet. And there isn’t even a hint of a turkey… She doesn’t even … Continue reading

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Chill ~ Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

Is it our light? The light from our Sun? So much is frozen, Continue reading at Of Glass and Paper

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