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TBP’s On-line Writer’s Guild #15

I grew up in a house that overflowed with love and people and a revolving menagerie of pets.  My mother, my father, my sister and I moved into the big old run down house in Idyllwild when I was 10 years old.  610 more words


Detective Robin p3

“I know. There was a problem.” said the thief and went inside.

The door closed and the alley was dark again.

“We need to get inside and find out whatever we can” said Robin. 306 more words


New Fiction by Timothy Wilkie: "Gypsy Angel"

The gypsy, pale olive skin and glossy black hair stared at me with dark eyes that seemed to look right through me. “You and your lady friend come inside,” she said. 1,763 more words


I'm Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid

MY RATING : ★★★★

Don’t read the blurb. Hide it. Just ignore it. And completely plunge into this book without knowing what it is about. 320 more words


Day 163: The Jolt Meets Detective Mom

When The Jolt was finished throwing up, she called the police.

As it turned out, there was a great pit in The Jolt’s backyard filled with human bones and covered again with dirt. 415 more words


Come around 

Without ethereal borders the foliage of platonic heaven grew over the gates of any exit. All rooms; no vacancy, the no’s were extinguished. Light was no longer blinded, rather binding to an earth; one that’s no longer reachable by that which is physical. 27 more words


Why a book review changed my life

As a child, when the school reports were handed out, my stomach churned with anxiety. It’s not that I was a bad student, but I was very shy and this was something teachers were quick to point out. 396 more words


Amy Reese reblogged this on The Bumble Files and commented:

I was painfully shy in school which is why I can relate so much to Louise Jensen's post. Mostly, I'm so thrilled about this wonderful moment in this writer's life! Her psychological thriller "The Sister" is debuting in July. I can't wait.