Monthly Archives: September 2014

Grains in the Water by Helen Moat

The sea took the summer house first – with its brass candelabras, fine bone china figurines and crystal glass. The flying ducks, frozen in ascension up the timber wall, found wing and soared over the cliff edge to land in … Continue reading

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Grains in the Water by Jean Ashbury

The Cape of Good Hope. Raging, implacable sea on a dark night. Watery demons rear up and batter a ghost-white sailing ship that dares to trespass into the sea devil’s lair. A lone figure, a pencil strip of a man, … Continue reading

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An interview with guest writer, Jean Ashbury

Jean, writing is no stranger to you, with a background in academia at Kingston College, but for a number of years now you’ve been writing travel pieces. Where did the travel writing come from? Travel has influenced my life greatly … Continue reading

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