Daily Archives: January 16, 2020

The seventh concubine ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: Tiddal, Lord of Muchness Tower, was one of the old Partannese nobility. He was born, luckily for himself, in the more civilised part of Partann where it is not merely possible, but expected, … Continue reading

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Darkness Before the Dawn ~ Bela Johnson

Reblogged from belas bright ideas: Humbled by an ending which is only the beginning, I slowly row my boat toward shore, but find there is no safe harbor, no spit of earth on which to land, so I gather up … Continue reading

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Keys of Heaven (10): A Final Resting Place ~ Steve Tanham

continued from Part 9 The village of Lastingham, of the southern edge of the North York Moors, was a fitting place to end our weekend – both for its mysterious wells and also on the basis that the crypt of … Continue reading

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Rune-Stone…

* From the edge of the mountain ridge he came, trailing sunrise behind him. * Stone unscorched by sun. Stone unscored by sword. Discovered by no man, as the waning moon runs… Disturbed by none. * Continue reading at France … Continue reading

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The Prince’s Keep – #writephoto

Originally posted on Observations of The Urban Spaceman:
Cloaked in darkness, I stared out through the window of the ancient tower. The years had not been kind to this place; nor to me. The weather of time had eaten away…

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Thursday photo prompt: Keep #writephoto

Welcome to this week’s writephoto prompt. You can find all last week’s entries in the weekly round-up, which was published earlier today. Throughout the week, I will feature as many of the responses here on the Daily Echo as time and … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up: Presence #writephoto

* Faded memories Half glimpsed and half-remembered Snapshots fixed in time Heart and imagination Colour them with presence * * The photo for this week’s prompt shows the Avenue at the great prehistoric complex of Avebury. It was taken several … Continue reading

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Carved stone

In the churchyard at Bakewell stand a pair of stone cross shafts that, between them, set us off on an unexpected journey of discovery. Indeed, one of them has taken a starring role in our latest books, but that is … Continue reading

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Standing Alone ~ Ken Gierke #writephoto

In Its Own Light All color is drained from an offering that holds nothing more than the bones of a life spent pursuing a dream with no hope of realization. Continue reading at rivrvlogr

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Imaginings #midnighthaiku

Half-seen in half-light Imagination creates Shadows in darkness *

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