Category Archives: Books

The Mirror Man… Stuart France

* If it were possible to achieve objectivity for a space… We could reflect on what it might mean for man. Yet, even the most spotless surface, would only hold its image reversed. And since we have now out grown … Continue reading

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White-Skunk and Bald-Eagle IV… Stuart France

* …Eagle arrived back at the lodge before Skunk. He seized the Plover sisters and trampled on their bellies until little skunks lay scattered all about on the ground. Then Eagle gathered up his belongings and left the lodge, taking … Continue reading

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Threat of the New… Stuart France

* The man who has plotted the course of science will have discovered in its development the key which unlocks the doors to knowledge and understanding. Both portals have fictitious hinges and hypothetical handles. By stepping beyond their frame our … Continue reading

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Childhood fantasy

He’s right… by the time you reach an age with double figures, fairy stories are for babies… and you are no longer a babe. In just the same way that we cease admitting to the guilty affection for the music … Continue reading

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update – Lyn Horner, Mae Clair, Colleen Chesebro, Annika Perry, Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes.

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: Welcome to Friday’s author update with new releases and recent reviews from authors in the Cafe and Bookstore. If you have news and are on the shelves then please let me know by emailing me Visit … Continue reading

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Royalty eh?… Stuart France

* The king finished scrutinising his appearance in the full length mirror with a satisfying ‘gurgle’. His royal tailor had done an altogether splendid job of ‘ironing out’ the few minor discrepancies of attire which had been picked up at … Continue reading

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Time Lines III… Stuart France

* … “And everywhere literalism rears its convoluted head.” “I’m not sure I know what you mean.” “I mean, I don’t think these people regarded those so called entities as we do.” “Superstitiously?” “Just because one creates a form to … Continue reading

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