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Apr.08.2014 - 10:41 am
On the anniversary of the marriage of George, Prince of Wales to Caroline of Brunswick, 1795, an excerpt from THE WOLF AND THE LAMB, First Book in the Berkeley Series. Lord...
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Mar.18.2014 - 6:02 am
Published February 20, 2014'The plot rides the heart-stopping ups and downs of a remarkable marriage and reveals how the tightrope between truth and illusion can swiftly turn...
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Feb.14.2014 - 6:19 am
Image courtesy of Eva Browning   A poem for Valentine's Day strings make music even heartstrings respond to the vibrations of the universe   mythic islands may quicken...
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Feb.01.2014 - 11:04 am
Brighton The poem below was inspired by a recent visit to the Constable at Petworth Exhibition in West Sussex. Petworth House, now in the hands of the National Trust, was the...
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Comments from Rosy

Apr.12.2014 - 5:24 am
In response to: The big window to the West
Haunting. But your reverie reminds us that there is always light behind the crowding shadows. On a literary note, use...
Apr.12.2014 - 5:05 am
In response to: Sometimes, life is about Keeping It Simple Sweetie
It is harrowing in a deep interior way, but it offers hope. These days I tend to rate writers by 'the hope factor',...
Apr.12.2014 - 4:41 am
In response to: Trying Out a New City (Again!)*
You're teasing us again with your cosmopolitan junketings :) I am wondering whether I detect the influence of Alphonse...
Apr.11.2014 - 6:37 am
In response to: First Day
So kind of you to share your thoughts. I reposted this on twitter yesterday because it was my birthday - no, I'm not...
Apr.11.2014 - 2:45 am
In response to: The Actor's Nighmare
The whole of this sounds like everyday reality to me :)

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