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Sunrise over Snowdon

This is a lovely tale of a trip to Snowden and it surrounding aread. The Snowdonia mountain range is the backdrop to where I live. Wherever we go on our island of Anglesey, you get the magnificent vista sometimes surrounded in cloud, other times very clear. So it was nice to read of a fellow blogger visiting the area.

Sunrise Over Snowden

Rainne's Ramblings

Part I: Lancaster to Llanberis

Zoe & I on the trainAfter packing, checking and repacking our bags, probably more times than necessary, we were ready to go. We caught a busy West Coast train from Lancaster to Warrington, and then one to Llandudno Junction. This was also busy, and we were stood up for a good while, but eventually got a seat. The final, and shortest, leg of the train journey took us from Llandudno to Bangor!

We took a taxi (*tacsi) from Bangor to Llanberis, in Snowdonia National Park.

All in all our journey took just under 4 hours, and we arrived in Llanberis around 4pm, giving us 8 hours to fill before meeting our guides.

The village of Llanberis, sits on the southern shore of Llyn Padarn and at the foot of Snowdon. Llyn Padarn is one of the twin lakes that cut through the mountain range creating the Llanberis Pass, the other…

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Thriller

Befriended by Ruth O’Neill

Genre: Contempory Thriller Description Some secrets never leave us alone... Gemma Peacock’s life was perfect – or at least, she thought it was. She had a home she loved, a job she enjoyed, and a husband she adored. The only cloud on the horizon was the continuing tension between Gemma and her mother-in-law, but that’s… Continue reading Befriended by Ruth O’Neill

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Eye of the Fire by Adam Mitchell

Genre: Adventre Description They expected adventure. The island didn't disappoint. When seasoned treasure hunter, Mike Gordon, and his party of unconventional adventurers travel to a breathtaking island hoping to discover a primitive tribe, their journey couldn't have gone any smoother. But the day after landing their seaplane, they are overrun by violent savages whose god… Continue reading Eye of the Fire by Adam Mitchell

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An Interview with Magic of Stories Owner

1) Welcome Karen! Would you please tell a little bit about yourself. Yes, hi, I’m Karen, and I live with my husband and Yorkshire terrier puppy on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. We’ve lived here for two years having previously come from the city of Manchester when my husband retired. I’ve gone from… Continue reading An Interview with Magic of Stories Owner

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Both Gone

In August 2010, life because sureal as we were faced with something that could never be changed What made it all the more complicated was that Mum and Dad were foster parents. Living at home they had three teenagers, one of which was severly disabled and two babies under the age of two. Social Services… Continue reading Both Gone

Stories

I Wish I Could Remember

by Rose English  I wish I could remember how you bounced me on your knee, and lifted me up high, to touch the sky when I was three. ~*~ I wish I could remember the sound of laughter sweet. Especially when together sparkling, shining eyes would meet. ~*~ I wish I could remember, when we… Continue reading I Wish I Could Remember

Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal, Thriller

The Orb by Paul White

Genre: Horror/Occult Description The Orb is a fast-paced, urban action, speculative fantasy adventure. After stealing the Orb from the Librarians, she is on her way to meet the Cardinal who has promised to pay fifty thousand pounds to lay his hands on the Orb. But the Librarians what their treasure back and are willing to… Continue reading The Orb by Paul White