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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – Holding the Lines (Book 2 The First Level of Hell) by Joelle LeGendre

Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life:
Delighted to share the new release from Joelle LeGendre. Holding the Lines is Book Two of The First Level of Hell series following on from Atto Run. About Holding the Lines Book Two – The First Level of Hell Take the equivalent of a…

When Tis Done – Part 51

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Captain Curtis has been possessed. Neil and Cynthia drive the evil spirit away, leaving him shaken and puzzled. They gather in the kitchen to eat sandwiches and have some restorative tea, while they try to explain to Curtis what happened. Neil and Cynthia exchanged a look. Normally, they wouldn’t have…

It’s not all plane sailing on the canals… Solent Sky Museum #narrowboat #england

It’s not all plane sailing on the canals… Solent Sky Museum #narrowboat #england

Originally posted on The Diesel-Electric Elephant Company.:
[SIC] Please accept my apologies for my online absence of the past week, I have been on an expedition for Her Maj., inspecting the south coast and a little of Oxfordshire. Most of it passed muster, some of it will, on my recommendation, be temporarily closed while old…

Enigma #midnighthaiku

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Human enigma Achieves the impossible Denies evidence The valley is flooded. Beneath it two villages are drowned. Modern Man works engineering miracles then sails on his creation, trusting his eyes and self-satisfaction. Above the valley are sculpted hills, crowned by the works of ancient Man, crafted in…

Word Weaver Writing Contest Update

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR:
NOW the stories go over to the judges. Which will they decree as best? Which will receive the eternal glow of being the best story they read? It could be yours. And while I have you here, what about a contest in July centered around dark stuff, like……

Sunday Connection Books We’ve Reviewed This Week Plus Links To The Blogosphere #SundayBlogShare

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
This week we’ve been reviewing the following: Monday – classic American historical fiction My Antonia by Willa Cather And Knights Templar historical fiction Daughter Of War by SJA Turney Tuesday – women’s fiction The Girl I Used To Know by Faith Hogan And family saga Madonna Of The Mountains by…

Short Story Sunday 208: Kickstart

Originally posted on Rachel Poli:
            Becky stared at her computer screen in anticipation. She had logged onto a brand new online computer game and was waiting for her friend to finish making his account and log on. She had heard of this game through the grapevine known as the Internet. She read articles and…

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