Tag Archives: Short Stories

How do I follow that?

2015..Was a good year for me…I hope you are enjoying my archived posts xx

Retired? No one told me!

It’s going to be hard…

Of all my blogs so far I think last weeks was my best…I got some wonderful comments and for that my friends… I thank you.

Was it that quote from the wonderful lady who was Eleanor Roosevelt? Or my scribblings..maybe a bit of both, she drew you in and I delivered.

Well, peeps, at last, I have copies of our book in my hands and I am winging one off to a very special lady in the UK…My Mum…..who I am sure will dine out for months with her friends from that wonderful group, that good old English tradition which is  “The Mothers Union” and I am happy to give her full bragging rights…haha.

Phuket  Writers

Phuket Writers group proudly holding a copy of our book ..Hot off the press.

Now I am back on track writing my novel which one of my short stories in the book is…

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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Weekly Round Up – Dionne Warwick, Posts from Your Archives and Elephants

Sally’s weekly roundup and what a bumper week it has been…Lots of wonderful reviews, yummy recipes, fun and laughter and so much more from the wonderful Sally who never ceases to showcase us all so brilliantly….Thank you, Sally xxx

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

As you will see there are so many contributors to thank this week. I am delighted to be able to share so many topics covered by such talented writers and artists.. I hope you will enjoy their contributions as much as I have.

Without further a do… let’s meet this week star cast.

William Price King

William takes us through the dramatic events of the 1970s when Dionne Warwick parts ways with long-term music collaborators Burt Bacharach and Hal David.

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2017/10/25/william-price-king-meets-some-legends-dionne-warwick-ill-never-love-this-way-again-1970s/

Writer in Residence

Paul Andruss with a companion piece to his post last Friday on the Glastonbury Zodiac.

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2017/10/27/smorgasbord-reblog-writer-in-residence-glastonbury-zodiac-girt-dog-of-langport-by-paul-andruss/

Cook From Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor

Carol took simple olive oil and evolved it into some delicious dishes that should keep the whole family happy. Cannot thank her enough for all her hard work.

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2017/10/25/smorgasbord-health-cook-from-scratch-with-sally-and-carol-taylor-olive-oil-not-popeye/

New Series – Sally’s Book Reviews

I will be reviewing a book each…

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MORE New ’79 Words Story Challenge’ Entrants…

Well I took up the challenge of 79 words and found myself amongst great authors with some brilliant 79 words…Thanx Chris

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

79 WSC

I’m delighted to see that many of you STILL seem to be having fun rising to the 79 Word Challenge set byAuthor Andrew Joyce.

For anyone who still doesn’t know what this is all about and catch up with the previous 35 entrants, clickHEREto check out Andrew’s story and challenge, then:

HERE to see the first seven great entries

HERE to see the second post with ten more stories

HERE to see the third post with twelve stories

HERE to see the fourth post with six stories

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NOW READ TEN GREAT NEW ENTRIES BELOW:

(To visit the writers blogs, click on their names or photos)

The Train by Jane Dougherty

Jane Dougherty

The train raced along the disused track.

Rocking from side to side it clattered along the rusted rails, catching in the faint beam of its headlamps the brighter eyes of rodents and the wary fox, and…

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