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In This Moment by Jacqueline Shakespeare
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I am a working mother with two children. At times, like every other working mother, I’ve felt exhausted with the reality of just making it through the day. Weary from...

The Ahava Order by Robert Przybylski
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“People busy with everyday lives want to escape to a world surrounded by magic.” Before turning to writing, I was fond of photography. Our family had relocated to a small...

Whispers In The Wind: The Search For Jack The Ripper by Del Garrett
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In my early days as a writer I looked for the easy way to write a story—prefabricated plots, following a rigid outline—and read all the writer magazines that said do...

The Pillar v. The Spire by Olga Maughan
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I remember climbing the pillar as a young girl, my friend Pauline and I would take ourselves off to town when she needed new clothes, I just tagged along. Her...

The Blonde in the Gondola by Orna O’Reilly
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It’s been a long haul getting here, but, at last, my very first novel is coming out this month. It’s a romance called The Blonde in the Gondola and it...

In a Lifetime by Johnny Lappin
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Who was it that coined the phrase that writing was 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration? They got that about right. Having spent most of my working life in the music...

Snared by Paul Cunningham
Posted by Paul Cunningham in , .

Browsing the internet one lazy Saturday afternoon, I stumbled upon a video on YouTube that showed a group of ‘independent journalists’ who had set up cameras in a house in...

Children of Prague by Angela McCabe
Posted by Angela McCabe in , .

Neighbour Sacramental ewers, blessed salts cleansed and sanctified, visible forms of invisible grace. Relics in satin boxes, flowers, incense. Mary surrounded by guardian angels. Imagination run wild. Mystical monuments in...

Inksplinters Anthology 2019: A Self-Publishing Experience by Harry Browne
Posted by Harry Browne in , .

Anthologitis* *The disease of the need to contribute to, or facilitate the assembly, collation and/or publication of anthologies. Brendan Behan, writer of this parish was once asked why he took...

Murder on Board by Mark Rice
Posted by Mark Rice in , .

I never thought I had any special gift for writing. In fact, the more I write the less special I feel. I joined a creative writing glass in Tallaght Library...