Daily Archives: March 10, 2021

One last blow for freedom ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: Wagan Tarp was one of those gentlemen you instinctively warm to. He had led, for a soldier, a largely blameless life. He had risen to the rank of sergeant, leading crossbowmen across Partann … Continue reading

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Colleen Cheesebro reviews Finding Don and Wen…

A wonderful review on Amazon of “Finding Don and Wen” from poet and author, Colleen Cheesebro… Listen to the living land to learn its history! This book explores the actual experiences of two friends through letters as they scrutinize the … Continue reading

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Flowers, ice-cream and magic…

Apart from the simple act that I was still here to register it and groan, the day did not start well. Pain woke me… another one of those vicious circles where, if I get a good night’s sleep, I have … Continue reading

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