Ewan

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I have 1508 stories published in 27 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1152799 times and 821 of my stories have been cherry picked.
84 of my 2,541 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 87 votes

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Ewan Lawrie

The picture is me signing copies of my novel, Gibbous House at Unbound Books HQ in Islington by the canal.

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42. Love Shack

Earworm alert. Image source is Pinterest, out of copyright and in the PD.

A Reflection on Memory's Dreams

It's about... I've forgotten. Image source wikipedia. It is in the Public Domain
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Cherry

41. Love Missile F1-11

The Devil makes work for idle hands... and J-Rod. Image source, Flicker.com: no known copyright issues.

Charivari

yes, well, I clapped too. Image source Wikipedia. Artist Grandville - public domain
Cherry

40. Camouflage

I've been trying to do this for ages. The word count on this episode is 666. image is in the Public Domain as it was created for the US Government

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84 of my comments have received 87 Great Feedback votes

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There will be

Posted on Mon, 10 Feb 2020

...but as you know I'm writing Moffat III at the moment (12,000 words and counting). I always have a vanity project going, whilst I'm writing a novel. It helps to dive off into something else completely unrelated. Usually, The Picture Ranch or...

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Posted in Powerhousing II

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Ah well,

Posted on Wed, 18 Dec 2019

don't we know? "This is John, he...we used to know each other." Joan is about 19, John has been away for 20 years.
Yes, I know people don't like holes, but I do like clues, rather than telling everything.
Anyway, glad you liked it...

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Posted in A Polka Dot Dress

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One thing you will

Posted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017

find by doing this, is that your description in any prose you do write will be tighter, more compact, more effective, it's something I was told would happen if I wrote more poetry. I'm not completely sure it has for me, but it will for you....

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Posted in Tail-end

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It's the mothballs

Posted on Tue, 10 Jan 2017

I remember, and the faint smell of Lion pee and Turkish Delight.... hahaha. I do not know anyone who has never explored their parents' wardrobe. When I was 8, my dad's wardrobe had hundreds of football programmes from the 40's and 50's; Rangers...

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Posted in Grimms5

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This is

Posted on Wed, 26 Feb 2020

particularly good.

You have a typo, doubtless caused by your "spool chukka", in para  beginning 'In 1969...'

"The bus took us too and from the junior school."  You need 'to' here.

An excellent exploration of what...

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Posted in Buses

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Laughter

Posted on Wed, 19 Feb 2020

in the dark, I know, but it's still laughter. Thanks for making me laugh out loud.

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Posted in Pluto’s ode to Charon

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The beauty of

Posted on Wed, 19 Feb 2020

a classical education, recognising the names of planets' obscure moons. That suggests Boris would be quite at home, Trump perhaps would not. Although I admit both deserve to be under the Lord of the Underworld's aegis.
Anyway. I love this...

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Posted in Pluto’s ode to Charon

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Congratulations!

Posted on Tue, 04 Feb 2020

You get better and better at this kind of beautiful, bucolic poetry and that's why it is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day.

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Posted in Present

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Thank you

Posted on Wed, 15 Jan 2020

 for being such a good egg, in spite of the grim business you're dealing with. My mum, who nursed my Dad through a long drawn out dementia decline, is now difficult, inclined to see slights where none are intended. My sister bears the entire...

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Posted in The Low Men

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Splendid

Posted on Tue, 24 Dec 2019

stuff. How marvellous that Spartak Moscow is quite a villainous chap, as back in the bad old days their football team was full of soldiers who were quite villainous themselves.

I do like the bold type for certain things that would have...

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Posted in MovieLand! (A Christmas Story. Part 1)

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