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The Arrow and its Mark ~ Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

Reblogged from Wallie’s Wentletrap: The Arrow and its Mark She leaned on her elbows. It was a warm bright day with a cool wind ghosting the tops of the trees. The water was blue under the sky. For a long … Continue reading

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Nisha/Wave ~ Notes to Women #writephoto

Her sister, Nisha was dead and she felt nothing.  As she stared at the sea her mind traveled back to what happened to her ten years.  She was 13 at the time.  She left her home with Nisha and her … Continue reading

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Marble Garden – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

A silent, solemn figure to steal through the graves, his long cloak trailing in ebon folds as if he hurried night into the evening’s blue mists. Past the disconnected lines of wooden crosses he walked, mindless of the old and … Continue reading

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Be my guest…

Have a story to share? A book to promote? Need more exposure? Why not be my guest? Would you like to write a guest post and be featured on this blog?If you are a writer, artist or photographer…If you have … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Karen Hugg – The Unexpected Love of a Stray Cat

One warm day in the summer of 2005, I was headed upstairs with a basket of laundry when I heard a yowl through the landing window. I peeked out at the strip of trees and shrubs that separated our house … Continue reading

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Elusive realities: Janice Spina – My mother’s visit to heaven

There are many unexplainable things that happen in our lives. This particular event moved me profoundly. My mother was a nervous soul and always had a headache, or some other physical ailment. She was diagnosed with so many things I … Continue reading

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Cold stone and warm hearts

Last year we visited Haddon Hall in Derbyshire as part of our research, both for the upcoming workshop and the continuing trail of clues we follow as we look back through history. We learned a lot about the Manners and … Continue reading

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Disgraceful

Today would have been my great grandmother’s 252nd birthday and her cake would be a fire hazard. She would have been 126 years old… and if that seems to make little sense there is a simple explanation. Like the Queen, … Continue reading

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Sojourn in Direhaven – James #writephoto

© Sue Vincent Shay, the spectacular golden dragon, alighted in a wooded valley an hour after dawn. The dragonrider Dani along with the five Davidson children, were clinging to her back still shivering from their hasty flight in the frigid … Continue reading

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First Love – Catherine Matthews

Reblogged from Catherine Matthews: My first was Charlie. You always have a soft spot in your heart for your first. He was a blonde who had the subtlest hints of caramel. I loved running my fingers through his hair. He … Continue reading

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