Category Archives: reblog

Learning life’s lessons ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: It has to be said that education within the city of Port Naain is sporadic. Most people acquire some, but often we find out the hard way. One soon learns that there are certain people one … Continue reading

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Unspeakable Beauty ~ Jan Malique

Reblogged from strangegoingsonintheshed: “To be fully alive is to have an aesthetic perception of life because a major part of the world’s goodness lies in its often unspeakable beauty.” Yukitaka Yamamoto 96th generation High Priest (Guji) of the Tsubaki Grand … Continue reading

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Some Days ~ River Dixon

Reblogged from River Dixon: There are days When this world proves Too much for me I was stopped At a crosswalk To let a woman and her children cross A baby under one arm Two small children rushing To keep … Continue reading

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The Apostrophe ~ Connie Jasperson #amwriting

Reblogged from Life in the Realm of Fantasy: Today we’re looking at the sometimes confusing apostrophe. It has many uses, but I will only delve into the most common ways we use it in creative writing today. In creative writing, … Continue reading

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Bloody Valentines: Mary Shelley’s Tell-Tale Heart ~ Christine Valentor

Reblogged from witchlike: We all know that Mary Shelley is the author of Frankenstein, a phenomenal work of Gothic horror. But did you know that the gory details of Mary Shelley’s life itself read better than any novel? Perhaps the … Continue reading

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“I was wrong about you” ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: It was like any other Tuesday morning, only it wasn’t. No two are ever exactly the same, just as each moment passes by us changed from the one before, whether we are aware of it or … Continue reading

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Ravens Gathering by Graeme Cummings – a #Bookreview from Roberta Eaton

Reblogged from Roberta Writes: What Amazon says As she let her gaze drift around her, she saw that there were more birds. Perhaps a dozen or so, perched among the trees that stood on the edge of the clearing. And … Continue reading

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An exciting new project: a book about Britain’s trees ~ Jo Woolf

Reblogged from The Hazel Tree: A post with a difference this time!   I’d like to tell you about a new project I”m working on, which is a book about trees. The title is ‘Britain’s Trees:  A Treasury of Traditions, Superstitions, … Continue reading

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Meet Guest Author, Barb Drummond… at TRSA

Reblogged from TRSA: I began writing history via my involvement in a Healthy Walking Initiative. Plans were being made on designing routes to encourage local people to walk around the city, but when I asked why they would do so, … Continue reading

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Cynthia A. Morgan ~ Beginnings – An Introduction to the #Epic #YA #Fantasy #DarkFey

Reblogged from booknvolume: The story of Dark Fey is set in a fantasy realm of Jyndari, a world of beauty, magic, Light and Darkness. It is peopled by Feyfolk, winged beings the size of any human who are born with … Continue reading

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