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I have 141 stories published in 9 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 106807 times and 299 of my stories have been cherry picked.
28 of my 839 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 30 votes

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Impact

You’re a rotten driver,” I protested. “Either you ought to be more careful, or you oughtn’t to drive at all.” “I am careful.” “No, you’re not.” “Well, other people are,” she said lightly. “What’s that got to do with it?” “They’ll keep out of my way,” she insisted. “It takes two to make an accident.” – The Great Gatsby
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Classicist

“The trouble with a classicist, he looks at a tree. That’s all he sees, he paints a tree…” - John Cale, Songs for Drella.
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Story of the week

Sleep Diary - part 3

Part 3 of a story I've posted in three parts over the last few days! Read on its own here, it's unlikely to make a lot of sense without the context of the other parts :)
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Sleep Diary - part 2

Part 2 of a story in three parts :)

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28 of my comments have received 30 Great Feedback votes

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So lovely, Tina.  The

Posted on Tue, 25 Aug 2015

So lovely, Tina.  The memories of our kids are so dear and so often when you're in the middle of being with them, it's hard to see that.  Think you've captured this in your poem. :)

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Posted in On my Daughter Learning to Ride

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A lovely title, Stephen and

Posted on Wed, 21 Jan 2015

A lovely title, Stephen and the whole piece seems quite experimental in a good way.  I wonder in the middle section whether there should be a slight re-edit so there's more show and less tell, but I might not be right about that.  The last line...

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Posted in Made you into a River

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There are not many things in

Posted on Sun, 08 Jul 2018

There are not many things in life wiser than a cat - and that's why Omar's musings are our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day. Please share and retweet :)

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Posted in Omar's Diary for Sunday 8th July 2018

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This is so moving, Gayle - in

Posted on Wed, 27 Jun 2018

This is so moving, Gayle - in its reflection, its lack of self-pity and its truth. It's our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day! Please read and share :)

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Posted in Life in the shadowlands

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Lovely, torscot. Simple and

Posted on Sun, 18 Mar 2018

Lovely, torscot. Simple and generous, like the best of hearts:)

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Posted in Heart Songs ( Poetry Monthly

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I like the busy activity in

Posted on Mon, 10 Jul 2017

I like the busy activity in this. It's very creative:)

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Posted in Written Where?

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Dreamy, airy, floaty and free

Posted on Sun, 14 May 2017

Dreamy, airy, floaty and free. Enjoyed the read :)

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Posted in Into The Blue

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Like the ambiguity of the

Posted on Tue, 07 Feb 2017

Like the ambiguity of the title - suitable for both father and son. It's serious and sad without being maudlin and this is hard to pull off. One, possible thought - does it need the last line? Doesn't everything before this make it clear without...

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Posted in The Man on the Other End of the Phone

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Merci CM.  Hard work writing

Posted on Fri, 02 Dec 2016

Merci CM.  Hard work writing something longer and trying to keep all threads going through.  I take my virtual hat off to you that you managed it in your novel :)

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Posted in Darkness settles - Delarosa, 14th September, 1975

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Like the sheer conviction of

Posted on Mon, 28 Mar 2016

Like the sheer conviction of the world you create here.  It's completely believable because you create it to be so.  Otherworldy and totally recognisable. Works well in its differentness. :)

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Posted in COSMIC ARBORETUM

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