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Our last day in Scotland–farewell, but not forever

EDINBURGH We left our “castle” early, because we had a lot to see in very little time.    Our plan was to get as close to Edinburgh Castle as we could, then drop the car in a NCP (National Car … Continue reading

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Day 6: Around the Inverness Area

INVERNESS – STIRLING CASTLE/FALKIRK WHEEL/THE KELPIES Interesting—the cigarette stink was gone by morning. The de-humidifiers probably helped. Our host here was probably the most gregarious of the three we had encountered. He got a big kick out of the fact … Continue reading

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Tillie has a tale to tell–or, rather, George does

George the Basset Hound is, in his own words, “an amazing familiar who is in a perfect hound body…a sleek, smart, and gifted scenting machine.” He has to be in this book. The family’s new puppygirl, Tillie, has attracted a very … Continue reading

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A look inside the “Strange and Lovely” anthology

Strap yourselves in, my friends–this is going to be a long but exhilarating ride. We will traverse through the minds of the ten lovely authors who have contributed to this anthology. From the titles alone, I can see that their … Continue reading

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Review of “Ghosts, Gunman, and the Grinning Cat”, by Malynda McCarrick

There are some places in the world where it is dangerous to point a camera. During a bank heist, in a casino crowded with shady characters, or in a meeting with the Secret Service—these circumstances come to mind immediately. However, … Continue reading

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Review: “Of War and Taters”, by Ashley Chappell

*snort* *giggle* Oh—sorry. I just finished reading “Of War and Taters”, by Ashley Chappell. Hoo-boy—this is not a book that you would want to read in bed while your significant other is trying to get to sleep. A small-town sherriff … Continue reading

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Review of “Beyond the Realm of Night”, by Jane Dougherty

The armies have amassed. The heroes of memory have joined the battle against Abaddon and his demons, both fighting for possession of Providence. It would seem obvious which way the citizens would sway, once the gates were opened. After all, … Continue reading

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