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Monroe (3)

Mark Latham arrived at St Leonards primary school at 10.55. He walked up to a small reception area and waited for a petite middle-aged woman to stop...
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Monroe ( 2)

The Metropolitan Police were going through change. Lots of local stations were closing, being sold off and converted into flats others were being...
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Monroe ( Part 1)

Not sure if this has legs or not... Frank was awake. He’d been laying there in the darkness for over half an hour. The Smiths from the flat next door...
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Life In Ties

I stare at the back of the wardrobe door and admire my DIY skills. Two cup hooks, twenty inches apart and joined together with taut string. Hanging...
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Uncle Frank Swam The Channel

Uncle Frank swam the channel. That’s what I was told when I was a kid. Not by him, but by his wife, my Aunty Flo. She’d be in the kitchen cooking...

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A big warm welcome to the

Posted on Sat, 11 Jul 2015

A big warm welcome to the site. Best thing I've read in ages. SOOOOOOOOOOO beleivable. Saw the characters as I read it. And...who the fuck is Alfie! Or should I say, "Whats it all about Alfie".

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Fabulous piece of writing.

Posted on Fri, 03 Jul 2015

Fabulous piece of writing. Read it twice and kept going back to look at the photo so i could recognise the people. Honest, witty, and compulsive reading.

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Posted in The Wedding Picture

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Ahh, my favourite year 1976.

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015

Ahh, my favourite year 1976. It must have been a year for middle aged men to have "that" moment. My Dad who was 43 with grey hair suddenly decided to have his hair "tinted". I came home from work to find a brown haired man at the kitchen table....

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A big warm welcome to the

Posted on Wed, 03 Jun 2015

A big warm welcome to the site snichols. Great start. I liked the way you have put a capital H every time you use the word Her. Makes us say the word different, which I suppose is the point of the whole poem. Very sad subject but brilliantly...

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Posted in An Obituary for Stephanie

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You've written this so well

Posted on Sun, 24 May 2015

You've written this so well that I feel I've known Kati for years. Relaxed, easy writing style that draws you in and you become absorbed by it. Really, really, enjoyed this. More please!

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This is our Facebook and

Posted on Sun, 24 May 2015

This is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the day! Get a great reading recommendation every day.

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Posted in They Called Him a Tramp. I Called Him Joe

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He's back! My favourite

Posted on Thu, 07 May 2015

He's back! My favourite Detective ( kinda). Fabulous dialogue Rich. I can actually see them now. They live in my brain...

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Posted in The Scrambled Eggplant - A Craven Danger Mystery

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Life, told so superbly with

Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Life, told so superbly with berries and wasps! I've read it a few times now and each time see something new in it! That's my criteria for a great poem. Great stuff...

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Posted in Fear of Wasps

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Really good Hayley. There is

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

Really good Hayley. There is a sense of "tension" running all through this. The reader feels  "uncomfortable" for Clare. She's trying to fit in and become one of the gang but takes no real pleasure in it. We've all been there, both male and...

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Posted in Growing Up

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A big warm welcome to the

Posted on Mon, 26 Jan 2015

A big warm welcome to the site Riss Ryker. Enjoyed this very much. Some great lines, in fact too many to mention. Also loved the last three lines in which you sum up the whole thing. Great start.

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