Daily Archives: March 7, 2020

Noelle Granger Reviews: A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair (@maeclair1) #paranormal mystery #historical fiction

Reblogged from Sayling Away: I am a huge fan of Mae Clair, having wandered happily through pretty much everything she’s written. Take a pinch of history, a curse or time-traveling threat, a touch of the supernatural and a whole lot … Continue reading

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A Torrent’s Love ~ Deborah #writephoto

A torrent came upon this soul from whence I knew naught it was not winsome nor was it cliche this torrent tumbled me and dropped me over the edge beyond depths Continue reading at  A Wise Woman’s Journey

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Charles French invites you to his March Promote Your Book Party!

Reblogged from Charles French: (https://pixabay.com) It is the beginning of a new month, of March, so let’s self-promote!  It is time to stand up and shout for your books! Come and join this party, and celebrate your writing. Do not … Continue reading

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Torrent ~Brian F. Kirkham #writephoto

I. The creator dropped his tool again Turning the clouds a different shade of blue The Angels sighed – and then They cried – and their tears Turned towards the earth below Continue reading at The Inkwell

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* …I followed Kraas’s footfalls as she walked towards the stone. Just then the moon appeared in the sky overhead and shone its half light directly onto the figure before us. Out shot a scrawny claw which grasped and held … Continue reading

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Torrent~Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

So wild the sound, so fast the torrent, does she live here, Continue reading at Of Glass and Paper

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Forlorn hope…

“It’s a good day for life,” said my son, as I helped him across the garden to look at the emerging buds on his acer. He was right… the sun, for once, had shone all morning, making working in the … Continue reading

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A Sudden Outpouring ~ Craig Towsley #writephoto

The old man said his pockets were heavy with ghosts. “How do you deal with them?” Coyote asked. The old man scratched his nose, his neck, pulled his earlobe. “Once a year, I head out to the falls and empty … Continue reading

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Open #midnighthaiku

Spring’s errant caress Simple beauties open hearts Light enchanting light

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