Monthly Archives: April 2016

Rainbow Snippets (and bluebells) 30th April

In today’s Rainbow Snippets, you get bonus bluebells (and azaleas and duckling and goslings and blossom and spring foliage and.. and.. and). For those who don’t know, my blog is equal parts writing and walking. I’d usually do a separate … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets (23rd April)

Rainbow Snippets time again and here is Raif along with his new friend Luljeta and Arden, of course. With one quick tilt of her wrist, Luljeta downed the whole glass. “If I wasn’t too distracted by Raif’s pretty mouth,” Arden told … Continue reading

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Ironbridge Gorge: Iron and Furnaces

So I spent last week in the little Shropshire village of Ironbridge, where I had rented a cottage  for a week of writing and walking (which was actually mostly a week of editing and getting rained on XD). Ironbridge is … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets (10th April)

This week, to fit in with the loose theme, here’s a few sentences from my very first m/m story, “Granddad’s Cup of Tea” which can be found in the Snow on the Roof anthology, a collection of stories about characters over … Continue reading

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