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Ravens Gathering by Graeme Cumming, Blog Tour Guest Post ~ @GraemeCumming63 #LoveBooksGroupTours

Reblogged from My Reading Corner, a guest post from Graeme Cumming: Available in ebook and paperback 484 pages My thanks to Kelly of Love Books Group Tours for the blog tour invitation and to Graeme for providing the guest post. … Continue reading

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Frank Parker ~ A Date with Max Power

Reblogged from Frank Parker’s Author Site: My ‘date’ this time is Dublin born author Max Power. In his response to my first question he agrees that his Dublin childhood is an important influence, but goes on to say that it … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt- Moonlit #writephoto

Use the image to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 20th October and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that the … Continue reading

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#writephoto microfiction: The hole in the wall from Jane Dougherty

Reblogged from Jane Dougherty Writes: “Hey! Look! A hole in the wall!” Above their heads, half-hidden among the ferns growing in the trickling damp, a half-moon-shaped opening yawned blackly. Without waiting for Jason, Danny jumped for a handhold, his feet … Continue reading

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Photo Prompt – By The River from Helen Jones

Reblogged from Helen Jones at Journey to Ambeth . Helen chose to begin a longer story in response to the photo prompt: By The River The snow was crisp, the kind that crunched underfoot, footsteps left clear as though stepping … Continue reading

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All but his heart… from Jane Paterson Basil

From Jane Paterson Basil at Making it Write in response to the photo prompt… When they first began to appear we thought they were ordinary animal dens. But soon people noticed there were knots of them in all the affected … Continue reading

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