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The Grove of Bitter Dew

“Are you ever going to turn around?,” she asked, and, as before was greeted with silence. “You should see what I’m doing right now. I’ve got plants on my head,,” she said. 589 more words

Short Story

The People You Meet

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To: Lisa Hoberman
15 Cherry Way
Mason, OH 45040

March 24

Dear Lisa,
This has got to be the worst of all the days, as evidensed by the fact I am writing you a POST CARD because there is no wifi in this gd place. 483 more words

Platform 5- The Train to Nowhere?

In the deep front left pocket of his coat Pete carried a short yellow pencil, forgotten for the most part and only occasionally stumbled upon. Every time he remembered it was there he wondered whether or not he should keep it, and every time he decided that he would. 1,474 more words

Creative Writing

The Bookshelf : My top ten travel books

I love to read, there’s nothing quite like getting lost in a book for an hour or two to make you forget your troubles. So today I thought I’d share some of my favourites in the travel writing genre… 830 more words


Night Train And Other Stories

Recommended Reading, March 2017, Donovan’s Bookshelf

Night Train and Other Stories

H. Arlo Nimmo 
October Properties
978-1542468541            $15.00

Website:  https://harlonimmo.wordpress.com/ Ordering Link:  https://www.amazon.com/H.-Arlo-Nimmo/e/B00LZ66MLY

Night Train and Other Stories… 156 more words

H. Arlo Nimmo

The Catography of Others

Catherine McNamara is a uniquely gifted writer, able to translate her amazing travel and life experiences into thought-provoking fiction. I’ve read some of Catherine’s work, and I’m delighted to welcome her upcoming book, 114 more words