Monthly Archives: November 2017

“Backward Glancing on a Tehran Street” and other poems by Lynda Tavakoli

Originally posted on Poethead; a poetry site:
Game On In Syria the shooters choose themes for target practice, a living video game of entertainment for the week. On Saturday it’s chins – anything below the nose, above the neck, and…

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The Owl, The Pussycat… Fabulous Felines in History #2

Originally posted on Les deux divas: ma vie en rose:
The Owl, the Pussycat and the feline behind the scenes… Oh yes, there was also the fabulous man who wrote of my adventures. His name was Edward Lear. He was…

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My message may be unpalatable to some…

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
…certain individuals don’t like plain speaking, preferring to bury their heads in the sand. ~~~ One current ugly stumbling block for all writers these days to be ignored at all costs is the…

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Stan Green’s Secret #WW1 #shortstories #RemembranceDay

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
? ‘How old are you, son?’  Stan straightened his spine and stretched his shoulders back, looking beyond the man to the recruitment poster of Lord Kitchener, on the wall.  ‘Eighteen, sir.’ ‘Hmm. Date of birth?’…

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Putting it in perspective!

Here’s another post about some of the sharks waiting to pounce on the unwary writer… ~~~ As a published writer, sooner or later you will encounter one or more of the following! Once you have published a book or books, … Continue reading

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