Tag Archives: Inspiration

#JusJoJan 7th: Writer’s Block

We’re not sure about this Just Jot It business. We came across it yesterday and thought we’d have a go, but since then we’ve discovered other bloggers are doing it every day, and inspiration is pretty thin on the ground … Continue reading

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#JusJoJan: Fairy Scout Camp

Click here to take part in Just Jot It January

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The Literary Lurcher reviews Tales from the Garden by Sally Cronin

Our bloggy friend Sally Cronin has discovered that certain places are full of magic, gateways to the Fairy world. She’s lucky enough to live in one of those places and she’s written a book about the fascinating characters who share … Continue reading

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Storyhounds

Some people think sighthounds are only good for hunting little fluffy bunnies, but this isn’t the case. Pearl and I would rather leave the bunnies to enjoy their lives on the dunes around Three Cliffs Bay while we stay home … Continue reading

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Never Mess with an Elemental!

It’s the tail-end of autumn and the air elementals are out in force, blowing the winter in. Walks have become hard work as we battle our way through the gale. Air elementals – or sylphs – are spirits of the … Continue reading

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Quote Challenge Day 3: Ray Bradbury

“Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury We wouldn’t recommend jumping off a real cliff, but the man is clearly talking about writing. We all know it’s … Continue reading

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Quote Challenge Day 2: Albert Einstein

“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” – Albert Einstein He might have been a nutty professor, but he did have some … Continue reading

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Three Day Quote Challenge!

Many thanks to our friend Melinda from purpleslobinrecovery, who has nominated us for this Challenge. Melinda blogs about her journey from slob to clean queen, and her ongoing battle with the Clutter Fairies, who we think must be related to … Continue reading

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Interview With Author Annabelle Franklin

Originally posted on Sacha Black:
Please welcome Annabelle to this weeks author interview. You can find Anabelle on her blog, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads or Amazon especially her book pages Gateway to Magic and The Slapstyx. Without further ado, please welcome Annabelle. ? What are you currently writing/working…

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10 Great Facts about Writers and Dogs

Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
Short facts about writers and their pet dogs – and the canine figures in the works of famous authors Fearing attacks from rivals, poet Alexander Pope rarely left his house without a brace of pistols…

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