Tag Archives: travel

Yew – BART Station Bard

Reblogged from BART Station Bard: Ents at Kingley Vale   Yew. Deep peace of the Grove. Silence in the back of my head. Like the Druid’s tonsure, forbidden at Whitby. When the Wild Celtic Church was tamed, Rome had its … Continue reading

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The Schrödinger effect – Top 10 Sites 2017

A blog is designed to be read… and until it is, the words are no more than words; they take flight in the imagination or the writer, but once on the page, they remain silent until awakened by a reader. … Continue reading

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On Golden Decks – Steve Tanham

On golden wood bedecked in yellow Is love of ochre gained from you? A fantasy glimpsed on old posters A space where poor children are few Continue reading at Steve Tanham

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Solstice of the Moon: A last adventure (continued)

Read the first part of this adventure here. We knew the story. Both James and Paul himself have told how it was found, when Paul and his brother, exploring the moors as children, had come upon the strange passageway…and how … Continue reading

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Guest author: Steve Costello – Investigating my own experience

If it were possible to ask every fiction writer on the planet: Do any of your experiences find a way into your stories? I think the answer would be an undoubtable, yes! I should qualify that with examples from my … 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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Damp disaster and diamond days

The morning was magical. It was one of the most beautiful dawns I have ever seen. Mist poured over the moors, white as snow, turning to liquid gold at the touch of the sun. Shaded valleys, frosted with diamonds, glinted … Continue reading

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