Daily Archives: December 12, 2020

Lizanne Lloyd: The Memory by Judith Barrow #BookReview

Reblogged from Lizanne Lloyd:   I wait by the bed. I move into her line of vision and it’s as though we’re watching one another, my mother and me; two women – trapped. Today has been a long time coming. … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion – day 4: Snow in Them There Hills…

We decided that it would be sensible to take the coast road north… it is both unusual and rather nice when ‘sensible’ walks hand in hand with preference. We had seen the snow capping the distant hills of the Lake … Continue reading

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The Shrieking Womb: Warriors and Kings…

* … So, Connavor took Conall Cernach to a place apart, “what would you do,” he said, “if I sent you for the sons of Ushna and, by some mishap, they were destroyed in spite of your surety and your … Continue reading

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* A circle open to the sky becomes a covered mound, Within, a tree now made of stone, casts shadows on the ground. The earth is changing as we pass, each footstep turns to gold The sky inverts reality, a … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent 2020! “A Squirrel of my Very Own…” El Duque and Marilyn Armstrong

Dear Santa, I think she is trying to pull a fast one. I know my ball is getting a bit past it… but, as she ought to realise all too well herself, being old and tatty doesn’t stop you being … Continue reading

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New Book Release – #Shortstories – Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet by Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
I wasn’t sure if I would make it before Christmas, but thanks to David who pulled out all the stops as always, my new short story collection, with a sprinkling of poetry is now…

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If I could dream a dawn Into existence It would wear your face In its sleep. If I could dream a morning It would wake to your breath, A pillowed silhouette against the dawn, The space between filled with warmth … Continue reading

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Shadows #midnighthaiku

No more than shadows Interrupting dancing light Still we change the world

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