Daily Archives: December 30, 2019

Protagonist in the Hotseat of Truth – Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: Welcome to the Hotseat of Truth, a device in which a protagonist is trapped. The only way to escape is to answer five searching questions completely honestly or the Hotseat will consume them to ashes! Today’s … Continue reading

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Offering of the Past ~ Penny Wilson #writephoto

She walked toward the Pinnacle with hesitant steps.  With hands shaking, she carried her past in a silver chalice.  Laying the vessel at the base of the luminous structure, she turned.  With only the future ahead, her steps now light … Continue reading

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Something in the air? And three books by Alan Richardson

It was a surprise, said author Alan Richardson, to see her pop up on my Facebook page. He had just released a book about her… and we had just spent a weekend delving into the story of Gilgamesh, a ruler … Continue reading

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Welcome to Purgatory ~ Fandango #writephoto

I was one of a group of half a dozen rather unworldly-looking beings, almost ghostly in our appearance and seeming to be without material substance. I had no memory of how I got here and no knowledge where I was. … Continue reading

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The Landscape of Myth…

* When broken down into its constituent parts, the story reveals itself to be, perhaps, very much a ‘young man’s’ myth. * There are, though, tantalising hints and clues to something much deeper and ultimately more satisfying. * It is … Continue reading

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Offering ~ Goff James #writephoto

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Whitby Weekend: Lastingham’s Holy Wells

The weekend was almost over, but before we reached a parting of the ways, there was lunch in the seventeenth century Blacksmith’s Arms opposite the church and a wander around the village of Lastingham to visit the holy wells. The … Continue reading

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The Seeing ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Sabh took the silver bowl outside into the starlight and into it poured water from the well. The summer sky was shot with stars that blinked on and off behind the drifting clouds. She listened. No sound came from within … Continue reading

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Free #midnighthaiku

* Far from grasping hands Beyond constraint or control Dreams and souls fly free *  

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