Monthly Archives: October 2019

HOJAS DE OTOÑO

Originally posted on PERCEPCIONES:
La fruta ha madurado, las hojas se caen… es Otoño. No encuentro palabras que expresen la emoción que me inspira el paisaje. Son los chopos repartiendo sus corazones de oro pulido al sol, cubriendo la tierra…

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#BadMoonRising: Through the Nethergate by Roberta Eaton Cheadle #YA #horror #supernatural

Originally posted on Roberta Writes:
Horror, supernatural and science fiction author, Teri Polen, is hosting her #BadMoonRising series of posts for the month of October. She is featuring the scary, dark or thrilling book of a different author each day.…

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“…nothing means anything until the next day when you do it again…” Ernest Hemingway on writing QUOTES FOR WRITING

Originally posted on BRIDGET WHELAN writer:
You write until you come to a place where you still have your juice and know what will happen next and you stop and try to live through until the next day when you…

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When Young

  When Young I had played with love when not prepared But luck was mine and I was spared. Until a time when love did reach Beyond the walls and my heart was breached. For if you have loved as … Continue reading

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Nicola Upson: Sorry for the Dead

Originally posted on Auntiemwrites Crime Review-Mystery Author M K Graff :
After the tremendous success of the stand-alone Stanley and Elsie, Nicola Upson’s tour de force of the artist Stanley Spencer’s complicated marriage and art from the view of his housekeeper,…

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Through the Nethergate: A supernatural journey through time

Originally posted on Roberta Writes:
Writing to be Read has shared a review of Through the Nethergate, my first supernatural book for young adults. Thank you, Kaye Lynne Booth for sharing your thoughts. Through the Nethergate, by Roberta Eaton Cheadle,…

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I Was

I am as strange as the rain in summer. I am the bellow of the wind at night. I am the river that floods the meadows. I am the dreams that died of fright. I am nothing of matter or … Continue reading

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A Covenant Of Spies

It’s my father’s fault that I write spy novels, as my interest was aroused when he held a position as deputy head of a counter intelligence desk inside the War Department at the end of WWII. As one would expect … Continue reading

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton Cheadle ~ An adventure in the Edinburgh vaults

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
The South Bridge Vaults in Edinburgh, are hidden beneath one of the city’s busiest street, and can be accessed by the public through guided tours of a few of its subterranean chambers.…

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An Ever-Changing Line—Or—Nuances Of The English Language

  You’ve got to keep going or you’ll stop and standstill. You’ve got to keep going while you still have the will. If you stop going then the will’s going leave And if you leave the will behind you’ll nothing … Continue reading

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