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Joy's Journal Part Six


I turned over and put my pillow over my head. “Be quiet Hope!”

“Oh Joy,” Savana Laughed. “We are at this boarding school, River Valley, not home.” 238 more words


Of beards and men

I have never seen my husband without a beard. Were he to remove it in the dead of night and presume to present himself at breakfast without this major accessory, I might fall about with the vapours and require resuscitation. 626 more words


Birthday Rock Star

Back to share another birthday card that I made using a freebie from Kenny K Stamps called “Mad Skillz” Singer and Rapper.

Here is a close-up of the coloured image. 127 more words

Roberta Stevenson

The Beautiful Librarians

I get a little frisson of excitement when I am reading a novel and one of the characters turns out to have had superior career guidance and is a librarian. 450 more words


Are you a Wonderful Relic?

Are you a Wonderful Relic? I am. But how do I know? I first came upon the term in one of Johnny Moore’s columns in The Press (Friday 19th August 2016). 391 more words


My first week in Switzerland.

I spent all summer waiting for the trip.

The experience of my life.

It sounds so cliché but it is.

A crazy lot has happened these first days. 1,250 more words


Tickled Fiction - WORD Christchurch

Can Kiwi writers do comedy? New Zealand writers are repeatedly told that their work is too dark, too serious. Is this true? Three local writers got together at this event to tickle this topic. 441 more words