Dogs and babies have so much in common.
I stole from my husband. Continue reading
Why can’t you have a lift?
One day I’ll get a job where I don’t get peed on.
I’m awful and brilliant at blogging.
As my long-term followers will know, I’ve taken part in NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo several times over the past few years. Some years I have more success than others, of course, but I still have a great time doing them as part of Motivember.
Knowing this about me, a friend of mine recently pointed out Continue reading
She had voluminous cumulus hair, a small, ruddy, grey floating fleck of a nose. The contours of her aquiline face were etched in the darker curves of the cloud. There was a pink edge to her cloudy, swaying form that was slightly painful to look at. She was fading, her essence bleeding away into the sky, slipping from material reality, dissolving into another state. And then she was gone. Just clouds.
Bain, David (2013-11-16). Island Ghosts: A Will Castleton Adventure (Kindle Locations 170-174). . Kindle Edition.
David Bain’s Island Ghosts (on Goodreads, on Amazon) is a short story of just 3000 words that is just part of a series of books. I’ve had it in my Kindle library for a while, and just happened to choose it to meet the “takes place on an island” criteria for a reading challenge I am doing. Continue reading
Just a quick post today to let you know we now have our very own dedicated Facebook page! You can find it over here.
I’m keeping so busy trying to get ahead on posts for the other blogs of this “blogging empire” (as my dad dubbed it!) that I seem to have neglected this one. I just checked my schedule and realised I was meant to post something here and hadn’t prepare anything. Hence the announcement of the Facebook page. I figure it’s better than nothing! Continue reading