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Silver’s Book Reviews – “CATCHING FEATHERS IN THE WIND,” By Diane Hall

Title:  Catching Feathers in the Wind Author: Diane Hall File Size: 1090 KB Print Length: 306 pages  Publisher: Diane Hall; 3 edition Publication Date: September 2, 2015 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC  Language: English ASIN:  B0145AT30S ISBN-10: 0955973384 ISBN-13: 978-0955973383 Formats: Paperback and Kindle Goodreads Genres: Women’s Fiction, Romance, Religion, Spirituality, Humor Do you believe in Angels? Jayna is an Archangel who decides to… Continue reading

RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge #45 Pitch & Time

Thanks for stopping by while you were in the neighborhood. I can’t wait to see you all again! Check out more of my poetry and haiku by clicking this image on my blog! Continue reading

“Edge of a Cliff,” by Anjana Pradeep

Please meet Anjana, who graciously accepted my invite to be guest blogger today. I post short stories every Saturday and an article/non-fiction every Wednesday. Make sure you check in. I am open to collabs and guest posts. Contact me via email : anjanapradeep94@gmail.com Without further ado, check out my stories by selecting “Fiction (Short Stories)” from the… Continue reading

“How, Then, Shall We Live?” by Tabitha Lord Jorgensen

I want to introduce you to Tabitha Lord, who cordially accepted my invitation to write a guest post while I am away on vacation. Hi, I’m Tabitha. I took a leap of faith and recently became a full-time writer. As I navigate this creative, exciting, and sometimes-exasperating world, I’d love… Continue reading

Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge–”Night & Breathe”

Daylight becomes night – Entwined in your loving arms, I breathe our banned love. 2014 © Copyright-All rights reserved www.silverthreading.com (Image credit: Romeo & Juliet) Check out Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge here. Thanks for stopping by.  I look forward to our next visit. Continue reading

Autumn’s Last Gasp

Autumn breathes the last gasps of the season, as leaves of brown and gold drift from the treetops – a blanket of decaying warmth. Grey skies steal the color from the day, mourning the end of another time of year. The darkness envelopes and caresses lulling the earth to sleep,… Continue reading

The Passing of Time

No Time to Waste From the Daily Post 11/10/14 – Fill in the blank: “Life is too short to _____.”  Now, write a post telling us how you’ve come to that conclusion. Today, in my neighborhood a murder was committed.  You can read about it here.  It made me realize… Continue reading

Pixel Prose Challenge: The Weeping Lady

The time of darkness is almost upon us, as swirling fog, damp with moisture clings to deep black silhouettes of trees starkly lit by the greyness of the evening sky. Night birds scatter – inky shadows flitting about nearing the barren edges of the slough, as falling leaves shower the… Continue reading

The Leaving

I cried when you made the choice to leave. I knew when you were gone it would be hard to see you again – ever in that same way. I let you go like silken strands slipping from my waiting arms blowing in the heavy air. I knew our time… Continue reading

Stream of Consciousness Writing

I have been participating in a Stream of Consciousness Saturday writing session for a couple of months now on my blog so, you can imagine my delight when I found out that our first assignment in Writing 101 was to free-write for a 20 minute session. I especially like this… Continue reading