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Shattered Serenity ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

Neath icy blue skies the morning tide laps against the rocky shore. The last rays of the silvery moon reflect in the waters. A calm serenity of nature if ever there was one. And yet the rippling waves bring with … Continue reading

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A Magical Token of Friendship ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

They say; You have to believe it to see the magic. Twelve-year-old Elsie believed with all her heart. Every time she got the chance, she’d run through her back garden and into the ancient oak woods beyond. She’d make her … Continue reading

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Kindling Gratefulness ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

“Come on! Light … you pile … of crap!” Malky was panting light an asthmatic, and despite the sweat dripping down his nose, he was shivering in the biting cold air. He continued to saw with his crescent-shaped bow, made … Continue reading

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Racing Through the Moorlands ~ Ashlie Harris #writephoto

“Sugarbit, slow down!” My white and chestnut-spotted mare had been spooked, undoubtedly by some hideous varmint. “Whoah, whoah,” came my father’s deep voice as he rushed up behind us. “Sugarbit, halt!” With an abrupt jolt, my horse came to a … Continue reading

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Roaming the Peaks Forevermore ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

Branagh did what he always did, he walked aimlessly beneath the leaden, cloudy skies. His feet barely feeling the rocky ground and dried out grasses brushing his legs. His stride carried him through the peaks and troughs of the undulating … Continue reading

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Fenella’s Island ~ Mason Bushell #writephoto

Fenella had grown into a tomboyish teen beside the ancient highland loch. She’d learned at school beneath the sandstone spire of the village church. Her life one big adventure amid the pastel cottages, rolling green hills, evergreen forests and majestic … Continue reading

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#AuthorChat Q & A With D.G. Kaye, Featuring Claire Fullerton and Little Tea

Reblogged from D. G. Kaye: Welcome to the second of my June interviews at my #AuthorChat – Q & A with D.G. Kaye. Today I’m excited to be featuring author Claire Fullerton with her new release, Little Tea.  Claire writes … Continue reading

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You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS? – by Chris Graham (aka The Story Reading Ape)

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Q & A with D.G. Kaye with Guest Author Richard Dee

Welcome to this edition of Q & A with D.G. Kaye. Today I’m featuring Sci-Fi and Steampunk author Richard Dockett, who writes under the pen name Richard Dee. Today Richard is going to treat us to some insights on his … Continue reading

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Books at bedtime

I’ve had editing up to the eyeballs, It’s no joke but it has to be done… Though it’s getting a bit of a bugger, Going cross-eyed at two books, not one. ‘Cause you know, all those odd extra spaces? The … Continue reading

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