Monthly Archives: February 2014

LIFE OF SAINT LOCUSTA Part 2

When Locusta had cut both men free, their first action was to cast about frantically for their shoes and leggings, even as they tore off the leather collars from round their throats. Truly, they looked ridiculous. Were Locusta given to … Continue reading

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MEETING IN FRANCE

“It’s very flat, isn’t it?” “Sorry?” “The country. It’s very flat.” “Oh yes. Flat. I suppose that’s why the soldiers couldn’t find a dry spot.” “Imagine…being out there in the cold and mud…when it was happening…” The woman who had … Continue reading

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ME

MONDAY I often correspond with someone called Me. Oh, it’s about all sorts of things, my correspondence with Me. There are times when it’s pleasant, flattering even. But it’s usually not long after the pleasant stuff that the tone changes. … Continue reading

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LIFE OF SAINT LOCUSTA Part I

[Decided to write one yarn without planning much. I’ll publish it in parts, leaving the reader in suspense at the end of each part. Cliffhangers are actually easier than twists, so I won’t have to rack the brain so much. … Continue reading

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