Category Archives: Stuart France and Sue Vincent

North to south

There was barely a pause for breath between the journey back from the north and a new journey south. Time seems to have run away this month, I find myself writing about events three weeks late and with so much … Continue reading

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A close approximation of normality…

The small dog, absent for far too long, is finally home. The unusual tidiness has been replaced by mayhem, the heavy silence broken by the clatter of claws on wooden flooring and the manic squeaking of stuffed toys reunited with … Continue reading

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Enigma in Stone…Stuart France #writephoto

* “High and low they seek them…” “When they bother to seek at all.” “…But they will never work it out.” “I tend to agree.” “Because they are blind in their hearts…” Continue reading here

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Panics quietly stage left…

It is that time of year. The time when my bedroom starts to ressemble a theatrical costume department, the days suddenly start racing by far too quickly and The Day approaches with panic-inducing velocity. Not that I am starting to … Continue reading

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The Initiate from Paul Andruss at Odds n Sods: A miscellany

How do you make a writer’s day? Leave a review. How do you make their year? Leave a review like this! I make no apologies for reposting this… the best review we could have wished for! A Book Review by … Continue reading

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The blurb

“We already have the blurb!” “We do?” “We do!” “‘Coyote is a Native American culture hero, buffoon, and trickster figure who mixes animal and human traits to mostly comic, often catastrophic, and sometimes salutary effect.’ Not quite how I’d have … Continue reading

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Wind, rain and apparitions

It rained. Pretty much all weekend. We did manage a couple of forays out into the hills… but our aim was, on both occasions, pretty specific. With another book underway, we needed photographs. One jaunt saw us terrifying the local … Continue reading

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