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Faux headlines, 31/05/19

 

From a five-star review of my recent book, The Narwhallama: “A fast paced story with one surprise after another. A fine mystery. Characters were kind and brave and selfish and cruel and surprising! I loved this story.”

From the readers’ comments on my Write Practice Spring Contest-winning short story, The Porthole: “a well deserved winner. Your imagination should be tapped for originality;” “The shifts and turns in your story is intriguing, again well deserved- fantastic story!”

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We English love a good ruin - especially when it suggests the falling of some great ancestral family or power. It calls to the sublimated desire for justice in many of us. Of course, it cannot be considered a proper ruin unless it is ghost-soaked. - C. Josiffe, 1936 #Ghosts

Dive into The Art of Alejandro Burdisio, a Concept Artist and Illustrator based in Córdoba, Argentina - https://itsartm.ag/2A0wk0V

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@JoshLukeDavis @JimMFelton Yes. We just sent a man in tights to be knock on a door that gets slammed in his face so he can ask everyone to go and listen to an old lady reading the prime minister's homework out every time we open a parliamentary session

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