Category Archives: reblog

Of Loss and Hope ~ Colleen Briggs

Reblogged from Fragments of Light: The grief, the loss of what she had hoped for, lapped as relentlessly, as inevitably, as the breakers crashing again and again—minute after minute, day after day. Repeating their reach and retreat for millennia. Tumbling … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Guest Writer – Andrew Joyce -Short Story – One Word……..

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: A short story with a very important message from author Andrew Joyce One Word I’ve been angry all my life. Everyone was always out to take from me. I’d never had any friends. When I was in … Continue reading

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Changing the seasons of the world – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: I haven’t read the official report, but I’ve read a lot of summaries and I wasn’t at all surprised by any of it. Twelve years left and then we can’t “save the earth.” I consider it highly … Continue reading

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Darlene Foster is a guest of Charles Yallowitz: Finding Time to Write

Reblogged from Legends of Windemere: Finding Time to Write You have a great idea for a book. You’ve been thinking about it for a long time, probably years. But you’re too busy with a job, kids, aging parents, volunteer work … Continue reading

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Always read the terms and conditions ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: Have you any idea how much trouble I have to go to, just to get my work published? Ignore the toil I have to go to afterwards, once I physically have books, I’m talking about the … Continue reading

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The Strange Afterlife of the Reverend Robert Kirk ~ James Elkington

Reblogged from Mountains, Myths and Moorlands: The Reverend Robert Kirk was a strange fellow. He was a native of Aberfoyle, born in the manse in 1644, the seventh son of Reverend James Kirk. Despite having an extremely poor upbringing, against … Continue reading

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The Rat in the Python #Fifties #Memoirs #Humour

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: Many of you will have enjoyed Trish’s writing here before. She is one of my many talented students that I’m privileged to tutor each week. Hope you equally relish this dip into the past. For some … Continue reading

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Readers’ Letters – Why You Should Write One ~ Esther Newton

Reblogged from Esther at estherchiltonblog: Did you know that you can earn around £200 pounds a month from writing readers’ letters? They’re a form of writing that’s often dismissed, but they shouldn’t be ignored – whether you’re new to the … Continue reading

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A chip off the old block? ~ Steve Tanham

We have a phrase in English; that someone is a ‘chip off the old block’. Its meaning is that someone of merit is continuing the ‘family’ tradition. I suppose it could also refer in a wider context to someone in … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Sally Cronin…

Reblogged from Jem’s books… and look out for a guest post by Sally here later today! Sally Cronin Please help me welcome, author Sally Cronin, to Jemsbooks.blog Segment, Interview an Author. Sally is a dear online friend who is a … Continue reading

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