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Dissecting a kestrel pellet

The other day I found what I thought was an owl pellet under a big old tree. A pellet consists of the undigestible parts of the bird’s diet, regurgitated in a neat little package. 161 more words

Interviewing Sara Crowe and it's competition time!

Award winning West End star Sara Crowe’s debut novel Campari For Breakfast is published today. The coming-of-age novel is eccentric, funny, and heart-warming, and made me smile throughout. 1,406 more words


Scenes from a tiny forest

Moss and lichen, taken with an old lens attached to a plastic tube attached to a DSLR camera body. This method gives an incredibly shallow depth of field but takes you deep into a tiny world.

A Tale of the Woodwose

This post is for my friend Sharon Blackie, co-editor (with her husband David Knowles) of the beautiful EarthLines magazine and blogger at Riverwitch. In return, she has promised to blog tales of the faery folk near her Donegal home. 419 more words

Yay! It's Publication Day for Sara Crowe's Young Adult Novel "Bone Jack" :-)

Ash’s dad has returned from war. But he’s far from the hero Ash was expecting. He’s close to a breakdown, lost in a world of imaginary threats. 287 more words


A Tale of the Baba Yaga

Any forest path might lead to the Baba Yaga’s house. The girl chooses one and follows it.

Day gallops past on a white horse. Noon gallops past on a red horse, fierce as the high sun. 1,490 more words