Make Your Peace . . .

Friday 23 October 2020 Or: Aphrodite Made Me Do It! Well, by now, you all know how I feel about a good TV series, and its accompanying fandom. If you don’t, here’s the short version: love ‘em. And those who … Continue reading

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Letters Never Sent . . .

Saturday 17 October 2020 ** Language warning: profanity may cause offence. If so, don’t read this.** In my list of possible blog post ideas, there’s one that says ‘write a letter you’ll never send’. Now, that opened up a plethora … Continue reading

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Widow’s Bridge – Epilogue . . .

Saturday 10 October 2020 Monday 14th September, 2:22 pm The nondescript Detective Constable Dawson sat at Lorna O’Connell’s kitchen table, notebook and pen in hand, attempting to jot down everything she said about hiring Elliot Boyd to find her sister. … Continue reading

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Widow’s Bridge – Part 4 . . .

Friday 2 October 2020 Wednesday 9th September, 4:37 pm The longer they waited in Tillie and Augustina’s cottage, the denser the mist became. Becoming increasingly more impatient, Elliot only just managed to rein in his frustration. ‘Father, we need to … Continue reading

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Widow’s Bridge – Part 3 . . .

Friday 25 September 2020 Wednesday 9th September, 1:09 pm The moors rolled on before them. To the untrained eye, there was little to distinguish one part of the moors from another. ‘No wonder people get lost out here,’ Elliot quipped. … Continue reading

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Widow’s Bridge – Part 2 . . .

Friday 18 September 2020 Wednesday 9th September, 10:16 am ‘Before I begin, I’m curious –’ Elliot interrupted Father Lannigan. ‘About what?’ ‘What sort of case leads you to Widow’s Bridge?’ Lannigan rubbed his stubbled chin, and returned to the mug … Continue reading

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Widow’s Bridge – Part 1 . . .

Friday 11 September 2020 Wednesday 9th September, 2:27 am Once again, he awoke drenched in sweat as he did after every nightmare. ‘Always the same,’ he mumbled to himself, as he threw off the covers, and shuffled into the en … Continue reading

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Day Of The Dead . . .

Friday 4 September 2020 On my list of things to write about in the event I have no ideas for a blog post is this: the eulogy you’d love to be read at your funeral. And I thought: why the … Continue reading

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A Moment In Time: Radio . . .

Friday 28 August 2020 Just a short piece of fiction – a fictional character speaking about a real singer. I was 12 when I first heard her on the radio. Full of soul, feeling, emotional depth. The voice of a … Continue reading

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Sh!t I Wish I Got Paid For . . .

Friday 22 August 2020 So, last week’s post was all about sh!t I should get paid for, and I wrote about some things that I thought I should get financially compensated for because it’s sh!t to deal with. This week, … Continue reading

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