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""Yes I knew her, this alternative me, the one who didn’t make the choices, the one who wasn’t so strong." I love this line. Good stuff!"
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"After a frantic rewrite of my accidentally deleted Chapter 2 earlier this week i finally finished off Chapter 3 this afternoon! YAY"
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"I dont write Period Drama but i absolutely adore reading and/or watching it. I'm always looking for new stories to read so im really looking forward to seeing what this group has to offer. "
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Join this group if you're interested in writing or reading period drama. We'll cover all media - including prose, film, TV and radio. Put on your bonnet and/or britches and come on in...See More
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Alternative Me

Posted on March 2, 2014 at 12:30 2 Comments


It should be blue not grey, it’s always blue in the movies. She turned her head looking away into the distance, ignoring the cry of the gulls around her. The faint horn of some sea bound trawler interrupting the rhythmic swish of the waves as…


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At 12:12 on March 2, 2014, Jem (Admin) said…

Hi Amanda,

Thanks for joining us, we're a small band of renegade writers! Hope you'll be writing for our competitions. At the moment, we have The Flash 500 and our March monthly 99 words or less running.

You can also link your own blog to your profile page and we can keep up to date with it. 

Any problems, please let me know.



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Hi Amanda, I believe you was my first friend so as i am very new to this site i thought i would gift you this ribbon!
At 16:21 on March 5, 2014, Preston Randall said…

Thanks for the friend invite Amanda. Nice to meet you!

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I'm still working at the story-a-week thing, and keeping up with it so far. One thing I'm wondering is who I should show them to to get feedback. Some of these I want to put in the novel/collection…Continue

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Title Advice?

Posted by Daniel Hale on December 14, 2015 at 18:29 0 Comments

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The title as it is now is "The Psalterdemalion." This is a combination of two of my favorite words: Psalter, which is a small book of psalms, and Tatterdemalion, which is a man dressed in multicolored rags and tatters. My thinking was that the man character, a story thief,…


A Memory Resides In Soho

Posted by Ronnie Capaldi on November 24, 2015 at 21:06 0 Comments

A Memory Resides In Soho

On the 1st August 2015 a special night had arrived for seventy-five year old Robert Harris and his seventy-two year old wife Barbara.  Robert was nattily dressed in a blue suit and Barbara looked elegant in a long flowing…


Final Stretch for my First Project

Posted by Daniel Hale on November 16, 2015 at 2:41 0 Comments

So I've got my stories together for my first collection, and am currently working on the connecting narrative. I haven't even thought yet how I'm gonna get this published. Gotta start thinking what I need to do. 


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Mark stood on a sea cliff top. A wave below roared in and sprayed out a ferocious impact. Its retreat left a glistening carpet of foamy shale. To his left, a slender figured girl appeared, dressed only in a skimpy black nightie. Her blonde…


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