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Another short little story for Miranda Kate’s Midweek Flash Challenge. Go check out the others.
I dreamt of them all again last night. All of my dead friends. I dreamt that I could see their emotions, shimmering veils of differently coloured lights, rather than their physical aspects. I saw Margriet’s russet fear and Kiera’s bright golden anger. There too were Elsie’s bronze sadness, Abigail’s confusion of citron and scarlet, and Ellen’s incarnadine sobbing despair. The colours made me so sad that I turned myself into a tree, and drew all their colours inside me; sucked them into my roots and way up inside so that they coursed through my entire being. The chromatic feelings mixed and melded, becoming songs that budded from my branches as vivid emerald leaves. No one noticed the new me-tree much until autumn when the leaves fell, and the city was filled with passionate music that caused people to weep with anguish for the dead souls of my friends.
I can’t describe this book any better than my chum Lisa. This is a marvellous book and currently FREE.
Hitting you up with another extra post and OFFER this week…
and you can’t afford to miss it.
If you want a stunning set of stories based on pieces of music…
you can’t go wrong with this beautiful and intelligent book!
And this week it’s FREE to download from Amazon Kindle. FREE from September 2nd to 6th – you don’t want to miss this one.
This is the first book from The Anthology Club. I have a story in their second book…
Stories by Marissa Ames, Michael Walker, Michael Wombat, and Michael S. Manzwill captivate you. Each story is accompanied by a song, and you get a brief explanation of its inspiration. An eclectic mix of genres and something to inspire everyone.
“Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” Plato
I couldn’t have put it better myself!
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Here’s an interview on “Amazing Books and Authors” that I gave together with Lisa, Miranda and Kendall. It could be titled ‘The Making of Human 76’.
Hey everyone!! It’s been a while since a great post came this way, but today I have the extreme pleasure of interviewing MULTIPLE people at one time!!! If you haven’t heard of Human 76 then I don’t know where you have been hiding! I’ve tweeted about it and many multiple folks have as well. Today you will get to see my interview with many awesome folks! They were all part of this awesome book. Stick around, learn about it, and then go buy and or download the book.
“Quiet, you fool! You’re safe now!” Rough hands gripped Ghabrie.
A kestrel swooped but Ghabrie could not hear its call. She could hear only Nahria’s shriek. Ghabrie strained to glimpse her little sister through the mass of rebellion warriors and Prometheans. The two sides were withdrawing, both claiming their spoils and retreating. Ghabrie thrashed: kicking, biting, struggling against strong arms that restrained…
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Here’s Lisa on Human 76. Worth a read for the snippets from her stories alone.
Ghabrie and Human 76 is finally here!
And available as a free ePub eBook for two weeks to celebrate its release.
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Snippet of ‘Leaving the Nest’ by Lisa Shambrook – Human 76
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Snippet of ‘We Make the Future’ by Lisa Shambrook – Human 76
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The first post from Michelle Fox’s new blog. This promises to be a must-read blog.
“It was just an ordinary High School day in sociology (or criminology? I really don’t remember.) We were reading something political, probably. Whatever it was offended me. This author expresse…
Plenty of scope this week. Your #SUNDAYPIX theme for 21st December is
Take photographs of something watery, in any of its forms. Or come out of left field and do something more imaginative. I wouldn’t object to shots of you in the shower #pervywombat. Post your pics to Twitter on Sunday (including the hashtag #SUNDAYPIXwater in your tweet) and see how many people photograph their bath. As ever, photographs must be yours (or your family’s or your secret lover’s) – nowt just nicked off the internet. Yes, you can post an old pic you’ve previously taken, or even one from your family history. Follow the hashtag (click on it in any tweet or add a column to your app) on Sunday to see what others have made of the theme. You are encouraged, nay ordered, to comment on other Sundaypickers’ tweets and snigger.
Erm, that’s it really. Your #SUNDAYPIX theme for 21st December is
Take photographs of someone’s nails – yours or someone else’s. Or come out of left field and do something more imaginative. Post your pics to Twitter on Sunday (including the hashtag #SUNDAYPIXnails in your tweet) and see how many people have the sexy nails. I won’t manage to get mine painted before the event, sadly (sparkly navy blue, since you ask). As ever, photographs must be yours (or your family’s or your secret lover’s) – nowt just nicked off the internet. Yes, you can post an old pic you’ve previously taken, or even one from your family history. Follow the hashtag (click on it in any tweet or add a column to your app) on Sunday to see what others have made of the theme. You are encouraged, nay ordered, to comment on other Sundaypickers’ tweets and snigger.