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  • New Story by Michael D LeFevre 8/14/2014 2:28:32 AM
    I have just published a story on the website. It is called "Self Defense" and can be viewed in the Stories section of my web page. Hope you like it. ... more

  • The Road to Rocacorba by Steve Kerr 8/12/2014 10:26:16 AM
    The tail end of hurricaine Bertha struck us torrentially and blustery on Sunday and today was a mixture of sun and rain with much cooler temperatures than of late.A draught comes through the large bedroom windows at nig... more

  • Writing in Progress by Lisa Dyer 8/11/2014 3:41:27 AM
    My newest writing, which is still in the first/early draft (subject to radical alteration) is a bit of a mash up. Maybe I've overplayed my hand here but it certainly contains elements of all of the above. The working title for it is The Win... more

  • Interview With...Ailsa Abraham part two by Lisa Dyer 8/6/2014 12:12:46 AM
    The second part of my interview with Ailsa Abraham, author of Shaman's Drum and Alchemy.... more

  • The Long Hot Summer Of 1914 by Steve Kerr 8/5/2014 8:54:26 AM
    The birds peck at their scrumpteous scraps on the bird table outside and it seems just like another normal warm sunny day in August. Last night like many others here I switched off the lights and placed a white candle ... more

  • Summer in the city and more of it by Steve Kerr 7/29/2014 7:21:04 AM
    Leeds was gray but fresh and still warm as I walked through its streets, en route to an appointment,this morning.How pleasant such a mundane unprepared daily event can be, thought I ,as I ate a full and hearty breakfast... more

  • The Writing Process by Lisa Dyer 7/27/2014 10:19:56 PM
    What am I currently working on? Actually...I've kind of got three things on the go. I know, spreading myself a little thin. One is a Young Adult novel - What Are Ghosts Afraid Of? This one is quite a bit of the way through but I've reached a... more

  • Summer 2003 and some thoughts on today by Steve Kerr 7/26/2014 2:12:02 AM
    It is a hot sunny Saturday morning.The weekend ,following on a heatwave of a week where the country has basked in strong sunshine and a sweltering heat that we had started to think of as nigh impossible on these shores.... more

  • World Cup Finals,Celluloid and Blue Suede Shoes by Steve Kerr 7/13/2014 10:50:55 AM
    As I write tonight Argentina and Germany are battling it out in the World cup. I have been somewhat immobile of the last couple of days and pain in my back and leg has been particularly bad today. I got washed an... more

  • Notting Hill and Rio by Steve Kerr 7/12/2014 8:49:50 AM
    The music of this years Carribean carnival can be heard coming from the park as I write.Here,as is also the case at the Notting Hill carnival, Carnival is held in summer and not pre Lent as it is in its countri... more

  • A Carnival and Film Noir. by Steve Kerr 7/6/2014 7:13:12 AM
    A carnival of street parties ,bands and yellow T shirts descended on Huddersfield today.The tour de France was at last here as a host of top cyclists sped through the town on the second stage of the race.,The early suns... more

  • The Stars And Stripes by Steve Kerr 7/4/2014 8:44:22 AM
    Today is of course the fourth of July.I remember at school we used to have these work boxes with comprehensions ,all in different colours which we would chose to do and work independently at our own speed .It was a f... more

  • Saints,Film Stars, Shoes by Steve Kerr 6/30/2014 8:51:31 AM
    Yesterday was the feast of Sts Peter and Paul a reminder to many that school holidays are about to commence.In Scotland the summer holidays start early but then the classes resume in mid August.September, considered an ... more

  • Sunday 29th of June by Steve Kerr 6/29/2014 4:49:02 AM
    The morning bus to Halifax was already busy when I boarded it at the stop just in front of my house.It has often occurred to me while standing waiting on a bus how I should have learned to drive years ago but I lived in ... more

  • Gym And The Ancients by Steve Kerr 6/24/2014 7:02:10 AM
    Today I actually managed to go to the gym for the first time since December.I felt all the better for it and given my recent spate of comfort eating ,I was also able to shed a neccessary few pounds.Gym,a word from ... more

  • Mid summer by Steve Kerr 6/22/2014 9:47:36 AM
    Some days after writing about Standing Stones by coincidence the sun has only a couple of days ago shone triumphantly through the ancient stones of stone henge at the summer equinox,mid summer, which in many c... more

  • Standing Stones and other topics by Steve Kerr 6/15/2014 9:23:27 AM
    In an earlier blog I mentioned that my great grandfather was born in Standing Stones in Kincardine. I made some research into the place,not easily available,and came upon some information.It would seem that the cicle of ... more

  • Queens birthday and monarchy by Steve Kerr 6/14/2014 11:04:23 AM
    I awoke today,Saturday ,and immedietly tuned into my favourite radio music show,Sounds Of The Sixties, after an hour a news bulletin announced that it was the queens official birthday and God Save The Queen was played. ... more

  • The Americas by Steve Kerr 6/9/2014 10:08:42 AM
    My brother left for a working stay in Georgia,USA, yesterday morning. He will fly from Edinburgh to New York and then onto Atlanta. Being the great traveller I once was, it is hard to come to terms with the fact tha... more

  • A Mixture Of A Wednesday by Steve Kerr 6/4/2014 9:03:12 AM
    The big question today is -should I do a summer school this year or not? It means a lot of marketing and searching for the perfect venue but its always a challenge and, usually ,an enjoyable experience.We`ll see. br... more

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