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I Can See Clearly Now, The Smoke Has Gone

This is what we were living with for 11-ish days …

My phone camera didn’t do the colours justice. The sun was blood-orange red, and the sky a sickly yellow. 81 more words

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Fire

When the rain stopped, everything grew.

When the rain stayed away, everything dried out.

When the rain didn’t come back, the wildfires started.

I am blessed on my island in the middle of a lake in the middle of a rainforest, but I feel the heat in my bones. 49 more words

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The Summer Tree

Since I got over my ‘chitis (bronchitis) I’ve been doing battle with one Dreaded Lurgy after another … however, today is Summer Solstice and the World has changed. 48 more words

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Widdershins By Helen Steadman @hsteadman1650 ‏@ImpressBooks1 #Review

Widdershins By Helen Steadman
Impress Books ~ 01/07/17

My Review

The Cover:

It’s beautiful, with the two silhouetted figures against the shrubbery and herbs. With the vanilla colouring and bold browns and deep purple. 1,016 more words

Book Blog

Widdershins – Helen Steadman – #blogtour


I’m thrilled to be on the blog tour today for Widdershins, written by Helen Steadman and published by Impress Books.

BLURB:
‘Did all women have something of the witch about them?’ 2,979 more words

Literary Reviews

Report on Trip to "San Luis"

Minotaur recently returned from a trip to St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America. He continues to believe he traveled to a place called “San Luis.” He provided the following report on his trip today to two Brownie Girl Scouts who approached the compound in an effort to rescue an escaped platypus: 227 more words

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Widdershins (Spoiler Free!) Review

“Did all women have something of the witch about them?”

-Helen Steadman, Widdershins

Hey guys! As you might have seen already, I’m a fan of historical fiction, and Impress Books happens to publish some great historical novels!

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