Category Archives: On Writing

Vagrant Whispers

The fourth poem accepted by Whispers and Echoes—Tattered Remnants—is published today. Tattered remnants of desiccated leaves … See Whispers and Echoes for the rest of the poem Tattered Remnants was written in 2003 and posted on crimsonprose in my first … Continue reading

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The Spinner’s Game e-book Update #20

July … and I’m thinking Christmas will see the publication on Kindle of The Spinner’s Game. The first three books – The Spinner’s Child, Lake of Dreams, and The Pole That Threads – then a month later, the final two: … Continue reading

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Inspired Whispers

The third of my four poems to be accepted by Whispers and Echoes—Inspiration Called Today—is published today. Inspiration called today. You were not here, You’d gone away … See Whispers and Echoes for the full poem Inspiration Called Today was written in … Continue reading

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Echoes of Nowhere

The second of my four poems to be accepted by Whispers and Echoes—Road to Nowhere—is published today. Remember the road: The road to nowhere; Nowhere, where I go to dream … See Whispers and Echoes for the full poem Road … Continue reading

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Whisper it Loudly

Wow! Good news! For the second time in my life, I’ve had a poem accepted for publication. Well, four actually. Whispers and Echoes, an online journal celebrating short writing and poems, have accepted the four poems I submitted at the … Continue reading

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The Spinner’s Game (Asaric Tales) e-book Update #19

June: eighteen months into the project, and … to summarise: Book One: The Spinner’s Child Front matter and back cover blurb are still outstanding. Lauren has one more illustration to deliver.         Otherwise, it’s ready to go. … Continue reading

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To Spin, or Not to Spin …

‘Listen,’ Kerrid said. ‘When you spin fibres to make thread, you do the spinning and the fibres are spun.’ ‘Wrong, Wise-Woman.’ Huat shook his head at her. ‘I don’t spin. If I could do spinning, I wouldn’t need you to … Continue reading

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