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The Curse of the Fleers by Basil Copper

The Curse of the Fleers by Basil Copper
PS Publishing 2012

I recently picked up Basil Copper’s The Curse of the Fleers from PS Publishing for £5 in hardback, a bargain for a hardback book but especially a PS Publishing quality hardback. 210 more words


A Summer To Remember: Day 12

Hey there!

Greetings from a very hot England! Currently blogging in the sun, and it’s glorious! Us Brits never have this kind of weather, and when we do, we either love it or hate it! 559 more words


Excuse the mess.

A follow-up post to the previous one:

Sorry. I probably should clear things up. Give you kind of an update and clarification of what’s going on. 530 more words


It's Been a Year/Defenestrating My Inner Editor/Farmhouse of Feels/Building Khairos/Short Story World History/On Fire

Hey, guys!!

It’s been a year. A crazy year.

The writer’s block has persisted up until last week when I decided to defenestrate my inner editor and just go where the words take me. 169 more words

Oh, the places I'll go!

Hey, hi, hello.

Just like always, it’s been a while. I’ve always had excuses to not write on this blog (JUST DO IT), but this year has been absolutely crazy. 968 more words


The Dark and Forbidding Land - Chapter 7 Excerpt

“You think I’m an idiot?” demanded Senta.

“I didn’t say anything of the kind,” replied Zurfina calmly.

“I know a fylfot when I see one!” 408 more words


Book Review: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

“The very life of any creature is a quick-fading spark in fathomless darkness.”
― Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See

I believe that what mainly attracted me to this book is its poetic title, and how it felt relevant to the current, or should I see the continuous human condition of looking but not really seeing. 984 more words