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Poems by guest author Ruth Grant

February small white delicate flowers slender stems in tiny clusters they appear in February sweeping away the dullness of winter, snowdrops an invitation to celebrate Valentine lovers wax eloquent run to the letter box eagerly searching intimate scribbles on perfumed paper romance in the air will it be there a quick glance a smile of …

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Tender is the North by Sheila Templeton

Sheila Templeton is one of my favourite contemporary Scottish poets. She comes originally from Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Sheila always claims she had a nomadic childhood,travelling from Aberdeenshire to Dar-es-Salaam. She was educated at  Aberdeen Academy followed by a degree in History at Aberdeen University.  This led to a thirty year career in secondary teaching followed, based in West …

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The Healing of Luther Grove by Barry Gornell

I lead a writer’s group In the village, wkwriters and we were thrilled when local author Barry Gornell agreed to come and speak to us about his first novel, The Healing of Luther Grove.  Most of us made a point of reading his book before that meeting. we have certainly all read it since!  It …

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