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  • End Of Term and Days In Paris by Steve Kerr 6/24/2015 4:15:38 AM
    It is Summer and just before the start of the Scottish school holidays ,which commence shortly, I find myself in Huddersfield with no holiday plans.My family are off to Portugal while my neighbours are of to Paris for a... more

  • Old York In June by Steve Kerr 6/21/2015 9:26:46 AM
    The creamy stone ramparts on the old city walls of York wound round the old town from the station to the river with weeds and grassy tufts rising up from their cracks.The bells of the minster peel themselves into some c... more

  • The Mad Blossoms of May by Steve Kerr 5/5/2015 5:08:00 AM
    The pink blossom dances itself into a frenzy as the wind howls and the rain lashes the black pavements giving them a patina look. The sun that complimented the streets on the May Day... more

  • A View into A Celluiloid Past by Steve Kerr 4/30/2015 1:36:02 AM
    As I sit in the cyber café writing this blog I see the flakey dirty cream wall of a one time cinema.It was built at the height of Hollywoods golden age and those who entered it were transported into a magical wonde... more

  • Trees In The Wind by Steve Kerr 4/29/2015 4:21:49 AM
    Rain can be the weather of poetry and literature and if not then windy weather most definately is .Would wuthering heights have ever been the same without the blustery wild winds of the moors? I awoke this morning just bef... more

  • Monday Morning in the Cyber Cafe by Steve Kerr 4/27/2015 12:51:12 AM
    I sit in a cyber cafe.My computer is not working at home.A great handicap these days.The computer vendor states the problem is with the broadband BT are adamant its not and its a computer problem.Stale mate exists betwee... more

  • Aprite La Finestra by Steve Kerr 4/22/2015 4:45:09 AM
    The most welcome Spring sunshine continues into late April. In the garden at Elmwood ,my home, there is an abundance of colour from seasonal flowers and tree blossom.It is an example of how lovely this planet at time... more

  • April Weekend In Bayswater by Steve Kerr 4/13/2015 10:32:37 AM
    The sun began to set over Bayswater on a Friday evening.It is a part of London that is always very close to my heart.An area that was once my patch in shades of bygone youth.The traffic as manic as ever soared over... more

  • Once Upon Our Times by M. A. Kairos 3/25/2015 10:42:31 AM
    Our introductory message... more

  • Lady Day ,plenty sunshine and freezing weather by Steve Kerr 3/22/2015 11:22:24 PM
    The cold bites at me as I sit on my computer.Yesterday I went out for the first time in ages without a woolen cap.It proved fatal because despite blinding sunshine and blue skies it was bitterly cold.Now,do I know the me... more

  • Under the Clear Blue Shimmering Sky by Somaya Iqubal Khan 3/13/2015 12:47:34 AM
    http://somayaiqubal.blogspot.in/... more

  • Flashback: Carter Beats the Devil by Brian C. Poole 2/5/2015 6:49:21 AM
    This post originally appeared on thunderalleybcp.com Carter Beats the Devil was one of those novels you hate to see end. The 2001 work by Glen David Gold is hard to categorize. Carter Beats the Devil focuses on Charles Carter, a sta... more

  • Snow over Sheffield by Steve Kerr 1/21/2015 4:13:58 AM
    Snow falls and slush clogs up the roads and byways of Sheffield in this mid week mid January.Isn`t this meant to be the most depressing week of the year ?when spirits are at a low after the climax of Christmas and New Y... more

  • Another Year Passed by Rosemary I Patterson 12/31/2014 8:20:17 AM
    In The Last Few Years The World's Story Seemed More Like a Science Fiction Novel than Reality.... more

  • Off Ramp: Weekly Short for 12/01/2014 by Byron Edgington 12/6/2014 7:54:13 AM
    A modern Scrooge story, with a satisfying ending.... more

  • Misty mornings by Steve Kerr 11/29/2014 12:36:16 PM
    Early morning these days has been very damp and misty rather than cold.Having said that ,it is hardly warm either but still mild for the last few days of November.The tall overbearing mansions that line my route to the... more

  • Memory, Fiction, and Healing by Richard French 11/17/2014 4:38:28 PM
    I've never read a novel by the English writer Mark Rutherford, who lived from 1831 to 1913, but I once bought an anthology of English prose and read three paragraphs about memory from a journal he kept. I recalled the experience of reading them... more

  • Different Kinds of Novels and One of Mine by Richard French 11/17/2014 4:28:32 PM
    There are different ways of classifying novels. I found a useful one in Edwin Muir's The Structure of the Novel. He describes four main categories, chronicles (War and Peace), novels of action and character (Vanity Fair), period novels (The For... more

  • A Novelist's Basic Concerns by Richard French 11/14/2014 3:24:55 PM
    A Novelist's Basic Concerns -- Part One There are many kinds of novels and the form allows for a wider variety than a survey of the current crop would lead us to believe. Novels can be short, a 60,000 word minimum say, or very long li... more

  • Fiction and Structure by Richard French 11/12/2014 6:42:30 AM
    From a writer's viewpoint, every work offers a basic challenge: how to present his or her interests and predilections in a way that will appeal to readers she or he doesn't know -- the public at large. The question of structure comes up at this ... more

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