Life as a Dog Owner

by Karen J Mossman From my diary of 2011 Every day at lunchtime, I come home from work and take my Yorkshire terrier, Jodie, to the local park, Victoria Park, Stretford, in Manchester. There are two big fields and a few nooks and crannies to wander around. At lunchtime, I just walk around the perimeterContinue reading “Life as a Dog Owner”

NEW! “Containment”

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************************************************** *** COME BACK AT 4:55 TO PICK UP THE LINK! *** ************************************************** For once, I’m actually early with a post. That’s because my inner 8-year-old has gotten a bit excited about something. Today, at 5pm, you can watch the 1st episode of a brand new…

Hidden Stories in Family trees

At the end of the nineties I researched my family tree and being the curious type, I ended up doing four, my parents and my husband’s parents. Each one totally fascinating and each had curious tales to tell. My father was very dark skinned. Out of us four children, only one of us has theContinue reading “Hidden Stories in Family trees”

My Sister Far Away

The Magic of Stories is packed with tales divided into different genres. So there should a story for everybody. It wasn’t until I was putting the book together I realised all the poetry I’d included were simply stories in rhyme. In 1988, one of my sisters enlisted on an experimental cultural exchange programme sponsored byContinue reading “My Sister Far Away”

I don’t like creepy things, do you?

Horror and paranormal is not something I read or watch. I get spooked easily and have a very active imagination. As I teenager I would constantly be plagued by nightmares. As I grew up I knew to stay away from anything scary. These two subjects are very big in the book world and there areContinue reading “I don’t like creepy things, do you?”