Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – Man Enough – Eric (EDC Writing)

My senses are overwhelmed, my emotions raw, my agony real, I so need you. I gasp, the pain cuts deep into my heart of having to accept that there is nothing I can say to bring you close to me, to see, to touch, to hold, to kiss. I thought I could find the words … Continue reading Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – Man Enough – Eric (EDC Writing)

Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – How Do You Feel Today – Eric (EDC Writing)

How do you feel today? Your choice made, down to you, to be without me, happy to be young and carefree, moving on to suit your will? Smiling, knowing you’ll always be wanted, needed, in every way, by someone, your choice always, who you’ll let near. Every flaw, every fault of mine, magnified on here, … Continue reading Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – How Do You Feel Today – Eric (EDC Writing)

Throwback Friday – Awakening – Eric (EDC Writing)

The opening narrative scene of 'Their Days - Believing Sight Unseen' first drafted in 2012 has been redrafted many times, and yet, remains much as it was, on its 2020 submission for publication - this is it: MAY Awakening Sunday, early May in southern England Sam sits, eyes shaded, hands clasped behind his head. Sweat … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Awakening – Eric (EDC Writing)

Review of Sassafras – Trish Heald by Kristiana Reed

Originally published on Reedsy Discovery. Sassafras by Trish Heald is a stunning debut. I laughed and cried as Heald expertly told a story about healing and family (whether tied by blood or friendship). When Champ’s wife, Pat, dies, both he and his family lose their peacekeeper and grief, as it so often does, slips its fingers … Continue reading Review of Sassafras – Trish Heald by Kristiana Reed

Review of A Codex for Gnostics – Obsidian Eagle by Kristiana Reed

  Originally published on Reedsy Discovery. On reading the synopsis of A Codex for Gnostics, the novel Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman came to mind. Gnostics promised to be a humourous and pithy account of universal and heavenly struggles. However, despite Eagle being an incredibly talented writer who showcases their knowledge of a plethora of ancient subjects … Continue reading Review of A Codex for Gnostics – Obsidian Eagle by Kristiana Reed

Throwback Friday – ‘Greenland’ – Eric (EDC Writing)

This post a lengthy piece of narrative text written as part of 'Sam & Erin's Story' back in September 2017 - this its first exposure at the Go Dog Go Cafe...  ..... With hail ricocheting off the wing, backsides bouncing on their seats, her hand gripping his, painted nails digging in, not daring to breathe, … Continue reading Throwback Friday – ‘Greenland’ – Eric (EDC Writing)