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  • Making the most of a sunny day by Carol M Tetlow 3/10/2015 7:08:43 AM
    What a glorious day! Wall to wall sunshine from sunrise and it's looking as though it will last until sunset. The donkeys are lying down in the paddock, absorbing the warmth, with looks of pleasure on their faces, their eyes half closed as they doze.... more

  • I Killed my computer by Roger Lawrence 3/7/2015 12:03:17 PM
    I Killed my computer That's odd, you might say, as you clearly haven't or you wouldn't have posted this. About one o'clock this afternoon my XP machine suffered a terminal seizure and packed up. Not with a roar but a timid little ph... more

  • Dilemma.. by Carol M Tetlow 3/7/2015 9:10:21 AM
    Jester is our yellow labrador, now aged eleven and a half. She has a bit of a chequered medical history having been spayed, had one toe removed (not that that's held her back), another two lumps removed on separate occasions. In other words more gene... more

  • Paperback Books Almost Available! by MJL Evans 3/4/2015 6:09:12 PM
    After the rather steep learning curve of Createspace, No Quarter: Dominium Novella 1 & 2 are in the final stages of proofing and will soon be available for purchase. Wahoo! Another milestone.... more

  • How to tell when Spring is just around the corner by Carol M Tetlow 3/4/2015 9:13:55 AM
    Today, a useful guide, for those who need convincing that Spring is definitely on it's way, despite two days of snow! 1) the donkeys and the ponies trot straight from the barn to the field. This means that the grass is starting to grow. In w... more

  • I do so lke reviews. by Roger Lawrence 3/3/2015 1:57:47 PM more

  • Avengers Re-Read: The 2010s - Part 2 by Brian C. Poole 3/3/2015 6:57:58 AM
    This post originally appeared on The Avengers Re-Read continues its progress through the 2010s. Fear Itself (Avengers vol. 4, #13-17 and New Avengers vol. 2, #14-16) The Avengers attempted to help w... more

  • Book #4 of the Greta Yancey Saga is just about complete by Elizabeth Dunaj 3/2/2015 1:37:52 PM
    WOW it has been a long haul with this #4 book. I have had a very busy couple of years and have not been able to do all the writing that I wanted to do. Also since I am no longer working at the Senior Center as Manager I can devote more time to my wri... more

  • How to do an Assignment professionally? by angelina joulie 3/2/2015 2:43:42 AM
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  • Home alone by Carol M Tetlow 3/1/2015 6:07:23 AM
    Yes, I'm home alone, if it can be said that I'm alone when I have four labradors snoring in the corner (all upside down in a variety of unflattering positions) two cats who seem to be perpetually hungry, ten donkeys and two ponies to keep me company.... more

  • I lost my job and almost got slaughtered by a double mattress. by Roger Lawrence 2/27/2015 2:31:51 PM
    For the second time in my life I'm being made redundant and I'm beginning to take it personally. Neither occasion has been my fault but at my age there are a lot of younger people willing to do my job for less money. I wonder if thirty years exp... more

  • Roderick Jeffries, IN SEARCH OF MURDER by Glen 2/26/2015 12:28:59 PM
    Inspector Alvarez works on the police force on the Spanish island of Mallorca. When an Englishman, who is known to be a frequent seducer of women married or not, is found drowned in his rather shallow swimming pool, it is up to Alvarez to sift throu... more

  • Faith Hope and Clarity by Carol M Tetlow 2/26/2015 1:55:06 AM
    I have to write today to share the fabulous news that my new novel is published. As many writers will empathise, it can be a long, long and tortuous journey to get to this point and the realisation that I now have not one, but two published novels is... more

  • The Phantom of Norphlet by Richard Harper Mason 2/25/2015 6:23:17 AM
    July 26th, 1944, Norphlet, Arkansas: A frightening message suddenly appears on the Norphlet Water Tank, "Beware! There is a specter amongst you!" The Phantom of Norphlet has announced his presence. Book number 12 of Richard, the No... more

  • Writing and writing by Neil D Ostroff 2/24/2015 9:49:54 AM
    Itís been a few weeks since my last post and Iíve been busy. Finishing THE END TIME and AS IT IS IN HEAVEN this year has drained me a bit of my creativity. Though recently I have been getting ideas for my next project. In the meantime, I hav... more

  • Making plans by Carol M Tetlow 2/24/2015 7:57:43 AM
    Looking forward to a weekend alone, when my better half goes down to a meeting in the South. He is one of the directors of a large animal charity, so will be staying in a palatial hotel and eating lavishly. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, even thou... more

  • Avengers Re-Read: The 2010s - Part 1 by Brian C. Poole 2/24/2015 7:11:05 AM
    This post originally appeared on The Avengers Re-Read comes to the current decade at last. The 2010s saw the Avengers franchise conquer the world. So to speak. The comic books were already topping the sales c... more

  • If You Don't Think Like Me You're Not a Patriotic American by David Ravenwood 2/21/2015 9:40:26 AM
    That's what Rudy Giuliani implied with his outlandish comment about President Obama: that Obama didn't love America. Politics aside, it pains me to hear a national leader take such a narrow point of view just because someone else has a different opin... more

  • Now it's my daughter's turn. by Roger Lawrence 2/20/2015 2:16:08 PM
    Relationships with my wife have improved somewhat, evidenced by the gradual thawing of frost on every horizontal surface in the house. Unfortunately the same can't be said for my daughter. She usually prefaces every sentence to me ... more

  • Friday by Carol M Tetlow 2/20/2015 5:27:18 AM
    If I'm not mistaken, there is a definite feel of Spring in the air today.The ponies and donkeys were keen to go in the field, the dogs were desperate to get into the river (okay, so that's just par for the course) and in the garden there are now croc... more

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