Category Archives: Books

Guest author: Balroop Singh ~ Poetry And Life

Poetry and life seem synonyms to me. The prism of poetry reflects life and its varied colors but the spectrum of life is much wider than poetry, which tries to capture some hues and even drifts into the darker crevices … Continue reading

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Last of the summer sun… Stuart France

* And all that remains now… * * Is to bring it back home… * * And fill in the gaps… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Hackpen Hill… Stuart France

* Even our ‘elusive barrow’ was bigger than we expected. We couldn’t help being reminded of the Fairy Mine. * * And we would have got a lot closer still but for the seven-foot-tall stinging nettles. Continue reading at Stuart … Continue reading

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‘Aye’ of the day’s eye… Stuart France

* Approaching Avebury in this way we got to side-step the crowds. * * Most of whom had been unceremoniously penned into the Red Lion. * * But it is not about meticulous planning. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Fringe Benefits… Stuart France

* Another one of those ‘green-worm-holes’ presented itself. * * And we were hardly likely to refuse. * * Continue reading at Stuart France

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7 Most Useful Legal Tips for Writers ~ Nicholas C. Rossis hosts Lucy Taylor

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: When I started my Indie career, I realized one of my most useful skills was my experience with Internet marketing. But I constantly wished I was experienced in legal matters, too. Which is why I … Continue reading

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The well below the valley… Stuart France

* “Cadbury Castle is on the ‘line’ anyway.” * * “Which is possibly why we felt drawn here in the first place.” * Continue reading at Stuart France

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99c throughout July! – A new book in the Legends of Windemere series by Charles E. Yallowitz!

A battered soul faces a city of monsters in Quest of the Brokenhearted! As Windemere moves forward, a broken spirit falls into the shadows. Two years have passed since Luke Callindor was lost during the champions’ battle against Baron Kernaghan. … Continue reading

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Tallis Steelyard on The perils of enthusiasm

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: Tallis has commented to me that it’s all well and good letting Benor have a bit of publicity, but Tallis has his own patrons to panegyrize. Thus and so I am handing his  blog back to him. … Continue reading

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St Michael de Rupe… Stuart France

* “It is something of a ‘dream come true’ to be here, looking at this.” “In all its technicolour glory.” “Traditionally, Michael is depicted either ‘slaying’, or ‘fixing’, or as we might say, ‘drawing’,  or even ‘tickling’, the dragon, or, … Continue reading

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