Writings from June 2019

This is a sample from the last meeting. The author, Geoff Morgan, couldn’t resist a little delve into history on the theme: ‘Life’s Little Mysteries . . .’Just over one hundred years ago, the Palace of Versailles played host to several groups of diplomats whose purpose was to create a Treaty that would bring an end […]

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Lost At Sea

short stories

It was a bright morning, small white wisps of cloud breaking up the expanse of a clear blue sky. People walking along the seafront, enjoying the end of the winter, white gulls shrieking and soaring, that salty freshness in the air. Pete was gazing out to sea from the lounge window. He seemed miles away. […]

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It Was Really Something

Writing Club Theme  September 2018 – ‘It  Really Was Quite Something’ Approx 500 words There it was, hidden away amongst the other free adverts under ‘miscellaneous’. Dog Sitter wanted five days live in. I saved the mobile into my contacts and Whatsapped my availability. A quick phone call led to FaceTime and a swift check […]

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Right Road to Recovery

Right Road to Recovery

How Writing Can Help in Recovery from Drug Addiction Recovering from addiction presents you with challenges to say the least. You have to give up your drug of choice, which can be scary, literally painful, and sometimes, even sad. It’s the sadness, or rather the emotional side of addiction that I want to address here. […]

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What’s Black and White and Read All Over?

Self Publish E-book and POD

Marketing Printed and Digital Media For years now we’ve been told that newspapers in printed form are on the endangered species list, and the journalists working on them better hone their social media skills. But, just like with the digital revolution for books, there’s room in the market to live and let live. The question is, will we […]

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Theme for April Could It Be True?

could it be true

Theme for Writing Club – Could It Be True?  Noises from the room next door woke Sophie, she lay there no longer trying to wipe the sweat away. Since she stepped off the plane in Bangkok the muggy heat had soaked its way in, until it now felt normal. She listened to the mosquitoes buzzing around. The whiny drone […]

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