New Year’s Eve Haiku

Parties and fireworks – People celebrate worldwide. It’s Jenny’s birthday! Dedicated to all my friends and family who have birthdays between 15th December and 8th January and who get a raw deal, year in and year out.  Jenny confessed to me that she didn’t realise until she was about eleven that everyone wasn’t celebrating her […]

Shadow of the Unicorn Book Blast and Haiku

Today I’m pleased to welcome Suzanne de Montigny with a giveaway celebrating the first in her unicorn series.  I used to love unicorns, too.  I haven’t thought about them for a long time.  This book is now on my to-read list.  First, this week’s haiku… When disaster strikes Dinosaurs and unicorns meet differing fates. About […]

Tuesday haiku #27

Acts of terrorism Recalled by burning Guy Fawkes? It’s just Bonfire Night. “Remember, remember, the fifth of November – gunpowder, treason and plot…” In my youth we had a bonfire at the end of the garden, and my dad set off a few fireworks like Roman Candles, Volcanoes and Helicopters.  I remember my brothers making […]