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My stories have been read 1706585 times and 1157 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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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.
Both Moffat novels are available here

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if no one were someone

Imagine. If they were... Image authors own creation at canva.com
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Poem of the week

These Hands

We have all seen these hands, sometimes on the end of our own arms. Or our mothers'. Image free for non-commercial use from Pixabay.com
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Let's Hear It!

Yeah, well. Compromise is not a dirty word. Image free to use from Pixabay.com

F*ck All The People!

Likely to offend, image created by author from non-copyright parts.
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244 of my comments have received 263 Great Feedback votes

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Loved the ending

Posted on Thu, 07 Oct 2021

I do sympathise to an extent, but swearing has been around a long time, in spite of the efforts of the censorious. The Puritans, the Roman Catholic Church's Flying Squad known as the Inquisition, the Victorian Age's Bowdler (and his sister) and...

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Posted in Tired as ...

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This fine story is our Pick of the Day

Posted on Tue, 14 Sep 2021

Well done!

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Posted in With or Without You

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Very, very funny.

Posted on Mon, 06 Sep 2021

In a cynical way, which is the best way, of course.

Can you say "held account", I think it's usually "held to account" that the people who say that sort of thing say, isn't it?

These are quite...

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Posted in The Long and Spectacular Life of Agnes Magnusdottir 4

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This is our Poem Of the Week for 20 August 2021

Posted on Mon, 16 Aug 2021

This sharply-observed snapshot of the hot Mediterranean summer in Naples is our Poem of the Week. Please share and/or retweet if you like it too.

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Posted in Naples: balcony overlooking Via Firenza

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Duplicate posting.

Posted on Sun, 15 Aug 2021

Your poem posted twice, Luigi, unfortunately, the wrong one was deleted. Here are the comments on the one that was deleted, which, fortunately, I had saved beforehand....

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Posted in For Argument's Sake

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This is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day

Posted on Wed, 11 Aug 2021

Quirky, bang up to date and tightly written, this is our Pick of the Day. Do please share and/or retweet if you like it too.

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Posted in Danger Mouse

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Concur with Jack

Posted on Tue, 10 Aug 2021

It really is a good ending.

I could smell the stovies, they were the only thing my dad could cook, I did get a bit sick of them, when my mum was in hospital for six months after a brain 'incident', when I was 12.

Excellent writing,...

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Posted in Stovies

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Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day

Posted on Thu, 05 Aug 2021

This sly exploration of narcissism is both clever and funny. Please share and/or retweet if you like it too, readers.

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Posted in Me

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I'm shallow though

Posted on Mon, 02 Aug 2021

 and the only things I remember about Fantastic Voyage are Raquel Welch and that stuff like cotton wool floating about.

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Posted in How Roger Came to Spend Lockdown on the Sofa in His Underpants

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Haha...

Posted on Mon, 02 Aug 2021

Do you remember The Numskulls from The Beezer, revived in the Beano in the 90s I think? I'd grown out of comics by then. A very astute update of that, this one. Made me laugh out loud.

Ewan

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Posted in How Roger Came to Spend Lockdown on the Sofa in His Underpants

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