Archive | February 2017

Weekly Image and Haiku – From a grateful world

Lovely!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

This week instead of using one of my own photographs I have taken up the very generous offer of Terri Webster Schrandt.  Terri has opened up hundreds of images for you to use on your blogs or other projects and they are available via her dropbox account.

Downloading is very easy and you can then resize the photograph for your needs..

Here is the link to the post with Sherri’s reasoning for doing this and also some very important information about copyright on some of the free photo share sites: https://secondwindleisure.com/2017/02/02/how-to-get-hundreds-of-free-photos-for-your-blog/

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As you will see I have given Sherri credit on the image with a link to her website and I hope if you use one of her images you might do the same.

Anyway here is my haiku this week.. with an image courtesy of Sherri.

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Meet Guest Author Steve Boseley…

Head to the Ape’s site and catch some horrifically funny stuff from Steve Boseley!

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

Everything you always wanted to know about me, but didn’t care enough to ask.

steve-boseleyIf you are looking for horror fiction that is chock-full to the brim with werewolves and zombies, I’m probably not your man. I write horror (amongst other things) that people can (hopefully) relate to. If pressed, I would say I write horror that takes the ordinary and mundane and makes it extraordinary and fantastic. I want to write about people like you and me that are dragged towards the edges of their reality and shown what lies just beyond.

Hello. I’m Steve, and I’m an author (AA is Authors Anonymous, right?).

I started writing as a much younger man, but lost my way when life interjected. Children, house, bills, health. But isn’t that always the way? I found my way back to writing several years ago and it feels like a familiar place. There are good…

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