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New Town. Part 24.

Part 1, Part 23

Doug lay in the comfortable bed, reading. The room they had brought him to was larger than he had expected. On one wall was a flat screen TV, underneath which was a chest of drawers, one wall held large shelves filled with books, while the other was mostly dominated by a window, the view through which was currently blocked by a set of thick curtains. 641 more words

Creative Writing

The Journey of a Midwife: Part Three

Thanks to screen caps from grandcaps.tumblr.com, I have hd pictures of series 2 of Call the Midwife. I was fully prepared to go to bed… when a thought for how to begin part three struck me… so I went to find the “featured image”…. 1,214 more words

Call The Midwife

Fifty Percent Pt. #4

My muscles tensed up. If I moved, I would be dead. Even if I wanted to move, I couldn’t. Fear tore at my heart, turning my body to stone. 1,547 more words

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Seraphina by Rachel Hartman Blog Tour + GIVEAWAY

Four decades of peace have done little to ease the mistrust between humans and dragons in the kingdom of Goredd. Folding themselves into human shape, dragons attend court as ambassadors, and lend their rational, mathematical minds to universities as scholars and teachers. 418 more words

YA

The Journey of One Midwife: Part Two

Every single time Shelagh washed her hands- it never failed. Her eyes would slowly go down to her right palm and once again she would find where the scar had been. 1,140 more words

Call The Midwife

I Saw It Coming, Part 2

    I Saw It Coming, Part 2

I thought they were probably going to take me into the alley by Gordo’s Liquor Store.  I had been in there and knew there was a recess about half way down that housed the liquor store garbage containers.   758 more words

Writing

Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage

Annie Leibovitz Pilgrimage was an exhibit at the New York Historical Society. I went for obvious reasons… because it was an exhibit honoring Annie’s photographs and well, I’m obsessed with her photographs. 71 more words

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