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With the City Spread Before Me

So, I thought, for this week’s #2018picoftheweek why not take a piccy of the city … To the left is Norwich castle built by the invading Normans. The church beside it (moving to right-ward) is St Peter Mancroft, founded by … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Fungi?

By popular request, two photos from yesterday’s walk. And as you can see, yesterday the sky rained.  

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Asaric Tales e-book update #10

September already; the year is closing on these updates. My first was 9th December 2017. So, what has this month brought, how much achieved? Asaric Lies (Asaric Tales Book One) It seems to have taken for ever, but in fact … Continue reading

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Pretty, By The Way

Persistent mist kept me in all week. So my entry for the #2018picoftheweek comes from the previous week’s country crawl. It’s one of my favourite wayside flowers. But too often by the time my camera finds it, the birds have beaten … Continue reading

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Leaving Leaves

The first flush of spring flowers are over (everybody, ‘ahhh’) leaving the wayside decked with leaves . . . .

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Third Part of Feast Fables Begins . . .

Will Kerrid find a way to return to her home?—there to discover what her heinous sin that caused the Asars to be cast from the Realm of Divinities? For only with this knowledge will she be able to complete the … Continue reading

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Feast Fables Act II

In the last episode of Act I Kerrid asked the Spinner for direction, As Act II opens we find her, several years later, hundreds of miles west of Gushan, about to meet a most peculiar character. We Talk Of What, … Continue reading

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