Monthly Archives: November 2017


The last leaves are falling, a few beech boughs hanging on to golden leaves that have resisted the gales. The open woodland has a few treasures to reveal such as the near perfect woven nest of dead grass and moss┬áplaced … Continue reading

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An affair years ago leads Meg into an adventure ending with success and catastrophe. The quiet pace of life in an English University town clashes with the harsh regime of a tropical island dictatorship. Danny’s Island, my 10K word story, … Continue reading

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spider woven gorse flowering in autumn mist fated pheasants flee

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On a recent visit to London I spent time in Waterstones bookstore on Piccadilly: five floors of books, who knows how many tons of books, never mind the number. Tons of books, the thought is intimidating, not least in the … Continue reading

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