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Lullaby of truth

I've thought up several different ways how to start this but nothing ever made it to fruition. Not for lack of trying but for lack of thought. Plain and simple. I've amazed myself over the last year. I used to be petrified sharing my writing. (Honestly, though, who isn't in some capacity?) Now look at… Continue reading Lullaby of truth

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Friday, August 11, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Cess: Noun, chiefly Irish, in phrase: bad cess on A curse on. *Part 2/9 in the A Warrior's Child Series. Picks up from Pram. "He stays up all night with his new son. Not due to worry so much as fascination. Okay, perhaps even the slightest inkling of… Continue reading Cess

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Thursday, August 3, 2017. Daily Brit Wit.Rubbish: NounBRITISH for trash; material that is considered valueless or unimportant; absurd, nonsensical, or worthless talk or ideas."She loathes cleaning out drawers. All right, perhaps loathes is too strong a verb to describe her displeasure. Then again, she thinks, as she warily holds up a used tea bag by… Continue reading Rubbish