It’s All In The Cards

She bowed her head and turned over the next card in the layout. She was deep in thought. Her relationship with Sam had been going nowhere for too long and the first card about herself had shown her that there was a painful separation coming up, the card she chose for Sam spoke of betrayal. Her […]

Competition Winner.

I finally plucked up the courage to enter an online writing competition run by a Facebook group Bristol & Somerset Folklore & History. They used a picture as a prompt to write about by previous photographic competition winner  Gill Pettitt. Here is my story which won the competition. Florence   The day gently dawns. I sit […]

Drunken Tongue

I’d love to say that this is some obscure martial arts movement. Unfortunately not … I am suffering from the most painful ulcer on my tongue that I have had the displeasure to experience in many years. My every helpful husband suggested that I try putting whiskey on it to make it go away, I’m in […]

V – Vagabond

Be Careful What You Wish For As a boy at school Vincent had loved the word vagabond, it conjured up images of romance, of a lone wanderer, a person who took no heed of the normal rules and travelled freely and went his own way in life. He imagined wearing a long leather coat and […]

The Myth Maze

There is a lost myth on every street corner and in every children's nursery rhyme. This blog seeks to explore some of these with you.

Rainbows & Rollercoasters

Finding strength, hope & joy amongst the emotion full roles of a Cancer Carer then Young Widow & Single Mum

Vintage Occult Junkie

occult magic thriller black and white movies witchcraft books

Wicked Cozy Authors

Mysteries with a New England Accent

The BookWorm Drinketh

Give Tea to the Tillerman, But Booze to the Bookworm!