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I have 127 stories published in 11 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 263178 times and 179 of my stories have been cherry picked.
706 of my 3,928 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 747 votes

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Assorted writers' groups, the odd anthology, occasional readings.  Lots of looking out of the window.  Hello, and thanks for dropping by.

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Readings of Episodes One and Two of the Pad Life Journals are now available on Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-968566758   More to follow!

 

 

 

 

My stories

Cherry

The Net Caster (Part Twenty)

Face to face with the man I had been searching for, the man I grew up with, the man who betrayed me. The man who was either dead or had never existed.
Cherry

The Net Caster (Part Nineteen)

Living on my home world disturbs me. Spider webs disturb me though I've never seen a spider. We learn to live with disturbance, with always being disturbed
Cherry

The Net Caster (Part Eighteen)

Not all blight survivors survive intact. 'You kept me drugged for a week?'
Gold cherry

Castle Pillock 11

Castle Pillock is in training.
Cherry

The Net Caster (Part Seventeen)

'What?' I said. 'You set me up for murder so you can offer me a job?'

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706 of my comments have received 747 Great Feedback votes

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Exactly. Those social media

Posted on Mon, 12 Jul 2021

Exactly. Those social media morons shatter far more dreams than any footballer ever could.

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This is beautiful, Jenny.

Posted on Wed, 07 Jul 2021

This is beautiful, Jenny. Your poetry just gets better and better. I particularly loved the line 'I could dream all day growing a sense of who I am'. Really inspiring.

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Posted in Daydreamer

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This is lovely, and that last

Posted on Thu, 08 Jul 2021

This is lovely, and that last line is particularly wonderful. A great blend of vulnerability, wry humour, love and gentle acceptance. I felt better for reading this.

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Posted in DIY

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I'm a newcomer to this - not

Posted on Sat, 03 Jul 2021

I'm a newcomer to this - not quite sure why I haven't picked it up before! Thoroughly intrigued by this episode, going to go back and read from the beginning now!

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Pick of the Day

Posted on Thu, 01 Jul 2021

This beautiful poem is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day! Please do share/retweet if you enjoy it too.

Picture: Pixabay Creative Commons

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That last verse is

Posted on Thu, 01 Jul 2021

That last verse is particularly wonderful, Jenny, but the rest of it does such a brilliant job of conveying the sight and feel of the landscape, and its timelessness. It's so fascinating to think about whose footsteps we might be walking in....

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I would have paid a good

Posted on Fri, 02 Jul 2021

I would have paid a good number of English pounds to see Jake do 'Copacabana'. Lovely audio, by the way. Delighted to hear your woofles is named after the Kinks song. Treasured memories of being unadvisably in the front row of one of their gigs...

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Absorbing history, Jean. I

Posted on Fri, 02 Jul 2021

Absorbing history, Jean. I had no idea of the origin of 'pidgin' English. When I was reading the first part particularly I was thinking 'Somerset Maugham territory', with his tales of people on boats in the Far East. I don't think he's read much...

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As Jenny said, a tough read,

Posted on Sun, 27 Jun 2021

As Jenny said, a tough read, but a most worthwhile one.

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Pick of the Day

Posted on Tue, 22 Jun 2021

A beautiful insight into the hidden world of the forest, and it's our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day! Please do share/retweet if you enjoy it too.

Picture:  Pixabay Creative Commons.

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Posted in Diaspora

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