For horror try my Kelda blog
Well done on your acceptances and reaching your W1S1 goals.
Thanks, L. Nice to see you here again.
I really enjoyed "Speed of Love" and it was nice to read a Brit on DSF.Tracyann (from Devon)
Hi, Tracyann. Thank you, so much. It means a lot to a writer to get nice comments like this. My stories often reflect my visits around the UK. And there seem to have been a lot of strange happenings in Derbyshire, where I grew up
Deborah - it's in my inbox at home! I shall have a read this evening. Many congratulations on the DSF win.
I love being published by DSF, Simon. I must do it more often.
The stones -- you have me curious. Are they natural formations or ruins? Going to Google it now :)
I think you'll have your answer by now, Trisha. But they're ruins, neolithic standing stones. Monuments to our ancient past surviving thousands of years. I love 'em.
Can't wait to read it, Deborah. You know I always like your stuff.
Thanks, Milo! You can come to this blog again.
That was a really beautiful story, Deborah. I always like how well you combine sci-fi elements with present day living. Congrats on the publication - it is another one of my favorites.And I would love, love, love to see those standing stones -
Thanks, honey. I hope you get to come over to the UK to see them one day. They're amazing. So understated, and yet so profound in the context of them being remnants of an ancient civilisation we know so little about.
Finally read it. Wonderful. Seven dragons. "Five minutes later, he squeezed her hand." - what a line!
oh. Did you like it, Simon? Good. Although I am so shy and retiring that I'm always surprised when people like my stuff. Thanks.