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The Jogger and the Cyclist ~ A Heart for Africa #writephoto

As she jogged along the path flanked by pine trees, dappled with sunlight, Hassana wondered if she would see the cyclist again today. So far, they had passed each other every day this week. For months, she had been jogging … Continue reading

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The New Guy ~ Notes to Women #writephoto

She had been through here hundreds of times but today, for some reason, it gave her the creeps. Served her right for watching that British murder mystery last night. She had sworn off watching those types of shows because they … Continue reading

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The broken remains – Em’s World #writephoto

Em moved her eyes around the bare room, her face impassive, her hands clenched tightly. Barest flicker of anger flashed on her face as she spotted the exotic feather on the floor. She picked up the offending item from the … Continue reading

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Silent Eye: Sixth Weekend Draws Nigh! – by Alienora

Reblogged from Alienora’s Anthology: Silent Eye: A Modern Mystery School has been an important part of my life since its birth way back in 2013; though, actually, the story starts even before then… I first met Stephen Tanham and Sue … Continue reading

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A Trip Up Mount Tibidabo – Darlene Foster

Reblogged from Darlene Foster: There are just so many things to see and do in Barcelona that it’s impossible to see everything in one visit. Every time I go, I discover something new and exciting. I took my out-of-town guests … Continue reading

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Arch-enemy – Iain Kelly #writephoto

George bested Timothy in everything. He was better at his sums, better at spelling, hand-writing, reading and tying his shoe-laces. George could run faster than Timothy, was always first-pick at football and had more gears on his bicycle. George always … Continue reading

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Crow – Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

The crow was out there in the dead tree cawing loudly again. I pressed my forehead to the condensation covered spare bedroom window and searched for him. In the early evening, storm coloured garden, the sooty bird was difficult to … Continue reading

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Spur of the moment – Iain Kelly #writephoto

A fancy dress party. Not my sort of thing. But sitting in alone again made me think twice. Everyone out there having a good time. Why not me too? What can I wear? I know. My check shirt, old jeans. … Continue reading

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Glade #writephoto Hayley R. Hardman

Reblogged from The Story Files: As we tromped through the Japanese ‘suicide’ forest, I tried to remember what number this activity had been at on Robin’s bucket list. Somewhere around the middle maybe? Scrambling over a large tree root, I … Continue reading

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#Writephoto – Cracked – The Bag Lady

“Ya think it’s dead?” “What?  The bird?  That egg is definitely kaput, maybe the chick survived…but I doubt it”.  Harvey tried to be honest with his little brother most of the time, especially when it came to the cold facts … Continue reading

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