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  • and so to Easter by Steve Kerr 4/26/2014 4:50:21 AM
    I awoke in my hotel room in Pembridge Square and looked through the net curtains onto the gardens below.It was a bright and sunny Spring day ,fitting for an Easter weekend I went out into the morning and had breakfast at... more

  • the week in retrospect by Steve Kerr 4/21/2014 10:26:23 AM
    It has been a long and somewhat dramatic week in the history of my world.Coming to terms with my IT skills or lack of them seemed to take up most of the earlier part of the week and I am still trying to work out some iss... more

  • My blogs by Joris Denoo 4/14/2014 10:18:02 PM
    Some of my digital novels (1). All my short stories (2). My columns for magazines & newspapers (3). Slices of my poetry (4) Some plays & novels & young adult & comics (5) A movie I wrote (6) My Tumblr (7) But it's in Dutc... more

  • Moods , Lenten food and weather by Steve Kerr 3/28/2014 5:55:20 AM
    It is a dark gloomy day here in Huddersfield,particularly so and the freezing cold air of winter has returned to haunt us. weather and geographies often inform cultures,temperaments etc.In Pakistan in the Himalayas t... more

  • The Convict And The Rose by Jan Sikes 3/24/2014 10:54:30 AM
    The Convict And The Rose is a true story of a man convicted of a crime he didn't commit and a woman who never stopped loving him.. Luke Stone, a veteran Texas musician, arrived at Leavenworth Penitentiary angry, bitter and rebellio... more

  • Upcoming Short Stories by Michael D LeFevre 3/20/2014 1:16:17 PM
    A series of short stories to do with my next book. ... more

  • A Castle in Angus by Steve Kerr 3/17/2014 12:43:51 PM
    In 1973 my aunt and uncle moved into a flat in a tower in Glamis Castle which lies near Forfar in Angus.The tower and part of the estate were leased to them and they lived there until 1981.My uncle had vinyards and gar... more

  • Manchester on a Sunday by Steve Kerr 3/16/2014 1:44:31 PM
    Manchester was grey, cold and windy not at all like the early morning djs had predicted on the radio,according to them we would be basking in summer weather.I turned out to be a bit of an anti climax, and I had not dress... more

  • Saturday Night TV-nostalgia by Steve Kerr 3/15/2014 12:52:33 PM
    Saturday night and we are complaining of the lack of variety shows on a Saturday night-dated though that may seem-we were brought up with the likes of the Billy Cotton Band Show and Cilla , of course nostalgia has a lot t... more

  • Marketing and cakes by Steve Kerr 3/14/2014 4:00:58 AM
    Rising with the lark and a blue sky and sun to greet me put me in the mood for an optimistic day,always a good sign.I had breakfast in the tiny MENCAP charity cafe hidden behind ... more

  • What is life without a question mark by Steve Kerr 3/13/2014 10:26:45 AM
    What is the meaning of life? a soulsearching question or a mere cliche? Face book?twitter?texting?i pods?.In my books I suppose I have to admit that I do try to make some inroads into solving the question/problem.Ar... more

  • The Princess Charlotte Augusta by Steve Kerr 3/10/2014 11:34:10 AM
    In a previous blog I spoke about Broughty Ferry,where I grew up.It is a place that Ireally only visit these days at Christmas ,when its twilighty light, early darkness and Christmas .trees give it a never never land feel.A p... more

  • Nice is nice by Steve Kerr 3/9/2014 9:41:37 AM
    official!spring Is Here!This morning when I went out the sky was bright blue,the sun was shining,yellows daffodils were everywhere and it was also warm.We have not had a true spring for years-last March we had heavy snow... more

  • Elmwood by Steve Kerr 3/8/2014 1:38:24 AM
    it is Saturday morning and still rather overcast outside making the rooms in my house dark and dingy.My sitting room has a full length bay window and the bedroom has two large long arched windows similar to those found ... more

  • The silvery Tay by Steve Kerr 3/7/2014 1:11:55 PM
    my formative years were spent on the shores of the silvery Tay in Broughty Ferry at its mouth,just before it flows into the north sea.The Ferry as it is called for short is a very desireable place to live , a pleasant s... more

  • The days are getting longer by Steve Kerr 3/6/2014 8:00:01 AM
    Still chilly here though the radio says that it will be hotter than the Greek islands by Sunday.We`ll see.I have a curious relationship with the weather, the elements.I feel creative and close to nature on windy,overcast... more

  • How People Talk in "Sam (a pastoral) by susan j larson 3/5/2014 10:08:18 AM
    How I got the true flavor of my friends-and-neighbors' talk in "Sam (a pastoral).... more

  • All things of March 3rd by Steve Kerr 3/3/2014 12:16:13 PM
    March3rd, my baby brothers 46th birthday.He was born in Dundee on a sunday in 1968.My aunt and I arrived at the hospital just minutes after he was born it`s all so clear ,even now,I had on my kilt and my aunt wore h... more

  • Celebrate Read An Ebook Week by Ann Streetman 3/2/2014 11:48:02 AM
    March 2 - 8 is Read An Ebook Week. I've made it easy for you to chase away the long winter blues by enjoying free ebooks. With code REW75, my ebooks are free through March 8 here https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/DigiGran You can download ... more

  • A dull day in Leeds by Steve Kerr 3/2/2014 7:10:22 AM
    It was a dull, damp,Sunday morning .I felt very tired and slept in late.I took the busy train to leeds,its never anything else but busy on a Sunday and often as not the trains are packed to overflowing.THEY SHOULD RUN MO... more

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