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Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
? When the waiting grows too hard to bear And the tempest’s din is all that I can hear I call your name and plunge into the swirling waves Let the ocean carry me down into the depths Where only the hollow voices of the lost Echo in chasms…
Originally posted on BulanLifestyle.com:
sketch of dog I was in Phuket a couple of months ago and I stayed with a friend. This is one of her dogs, but I’m such a bad friend, I cannot remember his name. Sorry 😦 ?
Originally posted on Madeleine Swann:
I’ve done it again. I do do other writing I promise! Here’s a saucy number about a nervous Victorian housewife and her visit to the doctor, out with Forbidden Fiction.
Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers – Author:
?Moon shines upon the tide??Oceanic, distance wide.??Gravity it drags the sea,??Always you away from me.??Natural forces in the way,??But maybe eyes will meet someday.??Such is life, and such is time,??The steepest stairway yet to climb.??
A new review on Amazon !!!!!!! A tale for the young at heartBy Rita Monette – September 4, 2014 Edric, the Hatchling Gryphon is a medieval tale of a young gryphon that grows into a brave warrior destined to save his species. Edric’s story begins with a strange blue stone believed to be a gryphon […]
Questions, Questions, Questions…. a novelist has to have a lot of answers before putting pen to paper, says guest writer Helen Carey
Originally posted on BRIDGET WHELAN writer:
I’m delighted that I’m handing over my blog today to novelist Helen Carey. She is best known for her bestselling World War Two novels Lavender Road, Some Sunny Day and On a Wing and a Prayer, all published by Orion and now available as eBooks. On a Wing and…
Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
Did you ever pick a book up off of your parents’ bookshelves and find yourself wondering about their reading interests? It happened to me when sometime in my early teens I pulled down a copy of Flannery O’Connor’s Complete Stories and started to browse around. I was…