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The coarse angler slipped on the muddy bank and took a dunking in the river. There, I’ve done it. But Sammi wants us to write 78 words. Using dunk? Using dunk. Humph. So, Tessa the new do-it-all secretary took her … Continue reading
September, and the spiders are busy spinning webs that catch the misty droplets. And fungi begin to appear… Enjoy It was the tree, not me, who dropped that leaf! That’s all for now, Folks. Hope you enjoyed these first signs … Continue reading
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What a coincidence that Sammi should set us this word for the prompt this week. Why, only last week my brother said to me, “Crisp, you’re good with long words, aren’t you?” “If you say,” I said. “I don’t think … Continue reading
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 5 out of 5. Check out Crispina Kemp’s latest masterpiece, Roots of Rookeri, available to purchase on Amazon as of now! Do it! A Key, a Tree, a Prophecy The Cast:Booderas Rookeri-Sharmin – better known as Boody, playwright, poet, … Continue reading
As a young child I had difficulty articulating words… until I started school and had speech therapy. It was hard work and annoying for a child of five who would rather be outside playing with friends. Three words/phrases I remember … Continue reading
My father loved to play with words – a trait which I’ve inherited. Two of his word plays I remember most clearly. He would say, The tortoise taught us what to do. But he’d say it with his mouth pulled … Continue reading
20th December: it took us 2 buses to reach Kessingland beach where the dunes stretch into the distance in mimic of the Gobi desert. Here the marram, so green in the summer, had bleached almost to white. The challenge was … Continue reading
Crimson’s Creative Challenge Primmy Primrose, prim and properWon’t look up till a new Spring calls herCalls with balmy sun and melting snowWith whispered winds that gently blowNo torn leaves and tattered petalsFor Primmy Primrose is too precious
Crispina Kemp, author of the five-book epic fantasy series, The Spinner’s Game, and the newly-released Learning to Fly (available 1st April 2021) is visiting Sammi Loves Books to answer a second set of Afternoon Tea Interview questions. You can read … Continue reading