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Guest author: Cynthia A. Morgan ~ Miséricorde… a new book

Miséricorde Book One of The Mercy Series It is the year 2446. The first three Horsemen of Revelation’s Apocalypse have ridden. The first Horsemen, Pestilence, War and Famine, have shifted world-wide cultures and governments from technologically advanced civilizations to dictatorships … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Machine, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Reblogged from Entertaining Stories: Welcome to this week’s edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m your host–– Screeeeeooooooooooooo What the heck was that? Scrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnnnnn – “Hello. Would you like to play a game with me?” “Hang on there, slick. You’re interrupting … Continue reading

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Bookpunk ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Eleven-year-old Keel watched his thirteen-year-old sister Alina from behind as she trudged down the alleyway. “C’mon. Don’t wanna b late,” she signaled. The thin, waif-like boy, walking through January’s half-frozen muddy puddles in dirty, sandaled feet, dressed in over-sized khaki … Continue reading

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The Elusive Target ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

I lie down at the edge of a small cliff, and look at the valley below me, spreading like the sea for as far as the eye can see. I’ve selected this place extremely carefully. It allows me to stay … Continue reading

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Raquel by Night ~ James Pyles #writephoto

“Well, damn. It’s too late now.” Dale Hunter watched the last rays of the sun disappear behind the western peaks and he was still nowhere near the Safe Zone. He might survive the night, but he had to bank on … Continue reading

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Rubbing Salt in the Wound – Sarah Brentyn #WritePhoto

  “There used to be water here,” he pointed to the cliff. “Up to the standing stones.” She nudged some loose debris with her foot. “This is cool, isn’t it? And, no, there wasn’t. Water, I mean.” “How do you … Continue reading

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A new book from Terry Tyler… out today! #TuesdayBookBlog

Reblogged from Terry Tyler: ….the sequel to Tipping Point, which is on special offer of 99p/99c from September 26~30!  (Click book title for Amazon link.)  Lindisfarne is now on Amazon Vicky and her group reach the beautiful, tidal island ~ but … Continue reading

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Breakthrough #WritePhoto by Sarah Brentyn

“Check this out,” he crouched over some green stuff poking through the pavement. “Okay,” I squinted. “I give up. What is it?” “No clue.” “Let’s go. I don’t like this. It’s not right.” “Wait,” he reached out. I grabbed his … Continue reading

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My Savior #WritePhoto by Sarah Brentyn

  “It’s okay,” a voice echoes, “you can come out now.” My eyes have adjusted to the dark and all I see is a white oval. “Why don’t you come in?” I ask. “I’m not sure it’s safe. You really … Continue reading

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Obelisk by Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Writephoto prompt Obelisk; 4 sides, narrowing upward, ending in a point.  A singular structure baking in the sun.  And for what purpose? I can’t eat it, drink it or live in it.  Certainly, it shelters one from the sun’s heat … Continue reading

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