Daily Archives: December 15, 2019

Support Your Local Indie Author – Guest Post by Joel Bresler at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: Joel Bresler is the author of Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent, Sunderwynde Revisited, Sunderwynde Revisited Again and The Moskowitz Code. His latest humorous novel Bottomless Cups is scheduled for release … Continue reading

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Snow ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

Snow Light shining from a thousand different worlds That our eyes cannot see while we stand on hard snow frosted ground. The heart says yes, they are there. One day soon, lucky heather may give me a glimpse Of the … Continue reading

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Living Lore: Meon Hill ~ Gary Stocker

Continuing Gary Stocker’s Sunday series of posts on the folklore, ancient sites and legends of Britain. If you have similar stories to share from the area in which you live,  please read the footnote and send them in. Meon Hill, … Continue reading

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Keys to Heaven: Sobriety… Stuart France

* With our third term, ‘sobriety’, we start to rise… By accepting the control we attempted to impose on the world in our ‘planning’ and singularly failed to exert upon ourself in ‘gluttony’. * Roads of excess can lead to … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent 2019! Simple things… and a letter from Anita and Jaye

Hey Santa! Well, the countdown is on now and I still have loads of Christmas letters to share! It is lovely how many friends have got in touch, both four-legses and two, to stop me having to wear those horrid … Continue reading

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Pieces of Eight…

* The notion of a simultaneous end and beginning is an important one in nature. It is the principle that underlies periodicity in the cycles of life and their renewal. It is the primary principle of eight-ness. * Continue reading … Continue reading

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Backdrop ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

They were cold to the bone, but it did not matter once the light broke out to illuminate the edge of clouds. “We’ll be home soon,” he breathed into her neck. “I know,” she whispered, her teeth no longer chattering. … Continue reading

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Whitby Weekend: Inside the church at Lythe…

Stuart and I had been to Lythe before, some years ago, early in our travels, sent to the little church by a friend. The church is dedicated to St Oswald, a figure we have come upon again and again in … Continue reading

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Iced ~ Rebecca Cutler #writephoto

suspended clouds hung valley chilled, frosted below, awaits winter thaw Continue reading at  Beckie’s Mental Mess

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Unseen #midnighthaiku

* In winter’s cold hand Warmth and hope a distant dream Spring grows in darkness *

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