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Pink Sky Won’t Lie ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

There it was. Now she knew what would certainly happen. It did not matter that the calendar had counted down the days for many weeks. It did not matter that arrangements have been made, checklists marked, letters sent, particulars organized. … Continue reading

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Fading ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

They didn’t tell him he’d be seeing things. They didn’t tell him how cold he’d be, or how alone, or how desperately he’d miss even the smallest comforts. Like a hue that wasn’t on the scale of dirty-white to sort-of-gray. … Continue reading

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Grounded ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“Where did you find it?” The boy’s face reflected his struggle: to tell the truth would be to admit he’d been doing what he oughtn’t, but to withhold the truth could mean that what needs to happen, won’t. The woman … Continue reading

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The Way of Stars ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

They were like stars, swirling low and high across the sky, marking the path of time and soul and light and dark and what will come and what had been. As the murmuration rose and swelled, so did the sorrow … Continue reading

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Colleen reviews “Hinting at Shadows,” by @SarahBrentyn

Reblogged from Colleen M. Chesebro: No One Escapes Life Unscathed  Delve into the deeper reaches of the human condition and the darkness that lives there. A girl haunted by her sister’s drowning. A boy desperate for his father’s affection. A … Continue reading

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Forget The ABC ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“If you knew where it goes, would you follow?” Efran peeked down the leaf-strewn stone shaft and rough steps. “I can see where it goes,” he pointed. “There.” Jerow shook his head. It could be difficult to know with Efran, … Continue reading

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Poised ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

What was that, an elf, a dwarf, a gnome? A half-guessed figure half-seen through a tunnel of rock. An endless stairway that could be descending from Rivendell, Lothlórien or perhaps escaping from the lands of Mordor to green Ithilien beyond. … Continue reading

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Destination ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Photo by Sue Vincent It is all kind of foggy.  I need to think. I see a flash, like a snapshot, of the highway. A truck in front of me.  It all looks wrong.  It is just a flash, like … Continue reading

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Blessings ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

Lush grass now grew over the span of stones, though none had grown there in the many years when the passage of feet had mowed and flattened any seedling that had found a crack in which to nestle. The water … Continue reading

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Contented ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

There was nothing wrong with her beyond that she could not abide much in the way of interference, and had always preferred the company of fair-folk and the song of wind and dust-in-light to the over-stimulating presence of other humans. … Continue reading

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