Tag Archives: Paul Andruss

The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part Two) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 2 Okurimono woke thinking she heard whispering. The house was silent, except for the wind creeping through crevices and cracks. In the dim light from the brazier, she saw a swarm of eyes watching her from … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part One) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 1 The priests kept the entrance to the shrine of the sun goddess Amaterasu, free of snow. It was here Okurimono sang and danced, protected by the temple wall from the worst of the mountain wind. … Continue reading

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#BookLaunch – Tales from the Irish Garden by Sally Cronin…..

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: At last the day has arrived and Tales from the Irish Garden is now available. The book has been three years in the writing, mainly because what began as short stories in line with the first collection, … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord – Sally’s weekly round up.

Reblogged from Sally Cronin’s  Smorgasbord How quickly this year has gone and there have been many highlights that I will carry over to 2018. Certainly the amazing contributors such as William Price King, Paul Andruss and Carol Taylor who have … Continue reading

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Writer in Residence Paul Andruss – Christmas Story – The Three Sisters (Part One).

Reblogged from Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord: Three Sisters (Part One) by Paul Andruss * 1 * ‘Jenny isn’t it?’ Jenny spun round, staring blankly at the tiny old woman wrapped up against the cold. ‘Yes. Hello’, she replied, wondering who the … Continue reading

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FREE BOOK – Fairies the Hidden History by Horatio Grin reblogged from Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

A brief bio for Horatio Grin Horatio William Grin was born 29 July 1940 in the village of Kingstone Warren, Oxfordshire, in the shadow of White Horse Hill. His parents were William George Grin, Barrister and latterly King’s Counsel and … Continue reading

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Guest Writer – The Birch Maiden by Paul Andruss – Illustrated by Donata Zawadzka

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: The Legend The Birch Maiden is a Scottish folktale about a beautiful fairy inhabiting a birch tree. One evening she is tempted by a basket of apples left on the ground by soldiers sleeping in the grove. … Continue reading

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