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    Stephen Mark
    Stephen Mark March competition results are up. My thanks to all entrants - you were fab!
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    bazbaron
    bazbaron commented on Ned's wall:
    Dear Ned, you shouldn't have deleted your blog. And as for every-day? not in the least, it was a chivalrous act which doesn't happen too often nowadays. It's stories like these which give a lot of people a lot of the sense about loving everything in ...
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    bdcharles
    bdcharles commented on Ned's wall:
    Most of what I post, write, say out loud or think in the privacy of my own head is - it can be best described as nonsense, garbage, claptrap, and whatnot. I just do it for fun, & it means very little, an amusement for me, least of all some sort of ...
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    Ned
    Ned commented on Dr J's wall:
    Thanks, Dr J! I thought it might be too every-day and unexciting to make a decent blog.
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    Dr J
    Dr J commented on Ned's wall:
    Ha - I managed to sneakily read your sheep blog before you deleted it and can I just say 'You're my hero'! I thought the whole point of 'blogs' was to tell people little snippets of true life be it thoughts or deeds but what would I know having ...
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    Ned
    Ned Have a nice day
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    Ned
    Ned commented on bdcharles's wall:
    bd, realised what you were trying to tell me with your sheep story and have deleted accordingly.
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    Ned
    Ned commented on FredaPeople's wall:
    Hi Freda - you liked my comp entry? Thank you. I wished I hadn't posted it afterwards, but if you think it's OK, well. Thanks.
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    Dr J
    "Dr J" commented on Pinkbelt75's Blog "Light Hearted Moment Of Interest".
    @Ferg TMI alert! ;0)
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    Ned
    "Ned" commented on Ned's Blog "A Small Rural Matter of Life & Death".
    Hmm ... maybe one shouldn't blog true stories? Don't know why I did it, really. Just played on my mind last night. Should I have interfered? Although he did take all the ewes back with him, so maybe it did some good. Or maybe he thought, 'Can't ...
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    bdcharles
    "bdcharles" commented on Ned's Blog "A Small Rural Matter of Life & Death".
    Ah but mine isn't true as such...
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    Ned
    "Ned" commented on Ned's Blog "A Small Rural Matter of Life & Death".
    Wow! bd! I knew you were a hero of the highest order. Incredible story. Makes my experience sort of pale into insignificance.
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    bdcharles
    "bdcharles" commented on Ned's Blog "A Small Rural Matter of Life & Death".
    Salute to all the lamb-rescuers in this world! I myself had a similar experience, walking out on the hills one day, when I heard a plaintive bleat coming from behind a hedge. I scuttled over to see, and there, snaggled up in a length of electric ...
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    Ned
    Edward Wriothesley, 4th Earl of Claverton (Ned) wrote a new blog: "A Small Rural Matter of Life & Death".
    I chanced to look out of the bathroom window yesterday and saw something in the field just behind or front garden, near some sheep. A bit of dirty fleece? It couldn't be a lamb, could it? No, the sheep in the field don't look fat ...
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    FergCurrie
    "FergCurrie" commented on Pinkbelt75's Blog "Light Hearted Moment Of Interest".
    Like you, I'm a Nesbo reader. Halfway through Police, just finished Le Carré's A Most Wanted Man - a bit wafley (how do you spell that?) in places, but an original plot/theme. Just started Turgenev's 'Sketches from a Hunter's Album' which is just ...
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    Gerry
    "Gerry" commented on Pinkbelt75's Blog "Light Hearted Moment Of Interest".
    Books I've given up on lately: The Finkler Question (Howard Jacobson) - how did anyone read it, never mind award it the Booker prize? Elizabeth Is Missing - yup, I too got disorientated (I'd have been happy to stay in her recovered memories ...
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    Dinamin
    Dinamin Ready, steady, GO! I'm trying Camp NaNoWriMo. Sit back and watch it all blow up. I'll be back in a few days to complain about how I should've plotted this WIP ;)
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    Sadie H
    Sadie H Can't wait for Easter and a bit of rest....
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    Loretta Milan
    Loretta Milan wrote a new blog: "Stolen Child book review ".
    Published my last book review of March last night. It's the gripping, Stolen Child by Laura Elliot. Thought she handled description, emotion and subtext particuarly well so may be worth a read. Here's a link to the ...
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    Sandra
    Sandra Cold west wind two improbably orange cars, unpleasantly assertive no Telegraphs ("problem with the printing")
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    Loretta Milan
    "Loretta Milan" commented on Loretta Milan's Blog "Author marketing survey with £100 Amazon voucher up for grabs".
    Thanks everyone! I too am a 'little' way off getting my novel published. But, in the meantime, thought I'd use my marketing skills to help authors who are already out there. Hopefully, when I share some of the results though, there will be some ...
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