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Category Archives: Drama
Weeds are often seen as, well just that; weeds. A garden nuisance that when one is cut another two take its place. Many people think them unsightly and portray an unkempt garden. Yet weeds to some are a thing of … Continue reading →
The cold begins to set in as you lie on your back floating on the night sky. It’s clear tonight and reflects like a mirror in the water. You feel yourself flying and can’t remember the last time you felt … Continue reading →
We’ve all shamelessly done it. Don’t even try to deny it. We’ve all made sure no one was about before throwing a handful of battered delight into the air for hungry bellies. Savages of the sea they sit in wait … Continue reading →
War. Such an ugly word I have always thought. A word that can summon hundreds, thousands to their deaths with a click of its fingers. It destroys lives and creates fear that manifests into a waking nightmare drenched in blood … Continue reading →
As the Highland fog surrounds you, the depths of the black Loch intimidate your curiosity as you stumble backwards. It is only then that you notice the pair of yellow eyes staring at you, following you. You pick up speed, … Continue reading →
What was that? Did you hear it? It sounded like a knocking…no…more like a thumping…or perhaps even a banging? There it goes again, I can’t just be imagining this. It’s probably the cat, yeah it’s the cat. Up to her … Continue reading →
Love is a dangerous game. Throw the dice, take turns and play by the rules..no one will get hurt… Today I am on the blog tour for The Sunday Girl (Published 4th April 2019) By Pip Drysdale. A big thank … Continue reading →
The Scottish Highlands are full of beauty. I should know, we moved here three years ago and haven’t looked back since. It’s like another world, the endless pinky, green skyline highlighted by the snowy mountain tops. Home of Nessie, bagpipes … Continue reading →
Close your eyes dear reader. Take a deep breath. Now imagine a world where Basset hounds can talk, a half-woman, half-cockroach can be summoned to defeat your enemies and happy-go-slash-y samurai roam the land leaving piles of bodies in their … Continue reading →
A pause speaks volumes which is an ironic thing considering what a pause actually is. A temporary stop, a rest, frozen mid-life for all to see yet you are still in motion. You hesitate and stop yourself because doubt and … Continue reading →