Monthly Archives: November 2019

Auntie Pru

Mum was in the kitchen, Dad was on the loo. Jimmy was in the hallway, He was kissing auntie Pru. The dog was in the bathtub, The cat was climbing a rope. The canary was screaming blue murder, As the … Continue reading

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Out now! Doggerel: Life with the Small Dog…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
I dream of literary heights, Of poetry and fancy’s flights… Of philosophical debates And tales the inner heart relates. She dreams of tennis balls in flight, Of sneaking cuddles in the night,…

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No Conscience

Love has no conscience Love takes no blame. Love can take a heart Love knows no shame. © 2019, Daniel Kemp All rights reserved.

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To suspend oneself in silence. To contemplate what’s real. To ignore what has happened. To pray for things to heal. When life moves on regardless Leaving you detached and alone. What is there left for you to cling to, Other … Continue reading

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#Bookreview – Christmas Cupcakes and a Caper

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
What Amazon says It’s all candy cane cupcakes and peppermint coffee until you find a dead elf on your doorstep. Only the elf wasn’t a real elf, because elves don’t actually exist – not…

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BC Mom’s Author Update: Versatile author Roberta Eaton Cheadle announces publication of Through the Nethergate

Originally posted on Book Club Mom:
Welcome to Book Club Mom’s Author Update. Open to all authors who want to share news with readers. Roberta Eaton Cheadle announces the publication of Through the Nethergate, a Young Adult supernatural novel. Here’s…

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#Bookreview – The Desolate Garden by Daniel Kemp and a short author interview

What Amazon says about The Desolate Garden After Harry Paterson is summoned to London following his father’s murder, he finds out that the late Lord Elliot Paterson had discovered hidden information dated all the way back to 1936… and a…

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Some Call It–Bonfire Night, But—-

    This week, here in the UK, we celebrate the seven-hundredth wedding anniversary of Sage and Onion. The two were married in a cauldron when a banquet was being prepared for King Gareth-Barry of Wales, at Castle Dunsinane, when … Continue reading

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Beyond What’s Old

The crows fly low on a day such as this, As the cold eats the air then blows it out as a mist. Branches are naked their leaves almost gone, Leaving birds all huddled in a whimpering throng. The stream … Continue reading

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Thomas Burns: Stripper! in Audio

Originally posted on Auntiemwrites Crime Review-Mystery Author M K Graff :
Please welcome Thomas Burns, to describe his experience using audio books: An Indie Author Tackles Audiobooks I am Thomas Burns, author of the Natalie McMasters Mysteries, and I’m an indie…

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