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TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS…

“… there was something, something pretty terrible… Not just plain terrible. This was fancy terrible. This was terrible with raisins in it…” – Dorothy Parker (on turning fifty), The Middle or Blue Period. I thought TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS would be … Continue reading

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Writer challenge: Pride comes before a fall. Up to 300 words.

I am to have an operation shortly and went to the pre-op. assessment recently. The nurse conducting it remarked on the coincidence that we both had the same birthday. “Not the same year, too?” I asked. “Oh no, I’m five … Continue reading

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TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS IS PUBLISHED!

AT LAST! Uploaded to Kindle today at 16:30. Available UK within 12 hours, rest of the world within 48 hours. And it only took 11 years… Many thanks to Sarah Stead, my lovely, talented stepdaughter, for editing it (from Wellington, … Continue reading

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