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The Lama from Brooklyn: An Encounter

Settled on the chair of this remote hotel on top of the hill-snowy mountains-one couldn’t help but fall into the blues and greens of this land. 1,464 more words

Fiction

Summer in Capri with Kat, Edward... and Jackie Mallon

    Excerpt from Silk for the Feed Dogs

   A barman accepted the fifty, distracted during the aperitivo rush, so we had a little money until new funds arrived. 790 more words

Excerpts & Short Stories

Travel fiction: Koyoto Japan

 Do you feel like travelling to somewhere exotic today?

To most discerning travelers, the thought of a trip to Japan is enough to fire their souls with pure inspiration. 56 more words

Travel

SHORT & SWEET REVIEW: THE UMBRIAN SUPPER CLUB BY MARLENA DE BLASI

Note, the format of my Short and Sweet reviews differs in that they simply comprise the book blurb and a short response (hence, the short and sweet).  679 more words

Book Reviews

And so it begins....

I’ve never been a fan of blogs but THIS ONE IS DIFFERENT Of course it isn’t, but this is a space for me to talk about my writing, for anyone that is interested. 339 more words

Writing

Road Stories: Why We Like to be Taken for a Ride

I’m pleased to host novelist and writing guru PJ Reece, a global traveler who offers us some great insight on how the call of the journey connects us to the story. 1,087 more words

Writing

A single kiss

“A shooting star zipped across the sky. I watched it streak behind the mountain on the other side of the island as I thought about the woman against the opposite side of the concrete wall, so very different from me – or anyone. 172 more words

Excerpts & Short Stories