Time — PM Poetry & open letters

You’re never enough with the ones I love. You’re fleeting but so incredibly still sometimes. You freeze when I feel stagnant. You move far too quick when I want you to stop. You’re a watch clock of all things I choose to occupy my space with. You tick louder when I start counting […]

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If Not You, Then Who? — Poesy plus Polemics

let them know how you feel let them know what you think speak your mind with a candid assessment of why they are wrong refrain from ad hominem epithets this is no time for politeness but neither will crudity land your points home just explain how they’ve failed to keep faith with the values embraced […]

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The Bullet Train Murder launches 16 May! — Fran Pickering

The latest book in the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series will be published on 16th May! When a body’s found on Japan’s famous bullet train it’s got nothing to do with Josie Clark. Or has it? Tokyo-based expat Londoner Josie Clark hopes her transfer to Osaka will give her career a boost, even though it means […]

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Buy My Brother’s Book Redux: The Preordering — Doing In The Wizard

A while back I conveyed important information about preparing to buy my brother’s book; now, that glorious endeavour is ready to move onto the next stage, as the book is available for pre-ordering on Harmony Ink’s website. This suggests an obvious course of action. Here, read this plot synopsis if you need more convincing: James Fisher’s […]

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Microfiction: Lola — Jane Dougherty Writes

The Daily Post prompt today is ‘sacrifice’. Photo ©Canudo The boy shuffled about on the piece of cardboard. Better than sitting on the ground but he was still frozen. The dog raised her head from her paws and looked at him. He reached out and scratched her ear. “Yeah, I know. I’m hungry too.” Lola […]

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What Kind of Writer Are You? — HemmingPlay

Once again… Comic relief is all I’ve got right now…

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