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5***** Amazon Review
"This is a hauntingly beautiful short story. I don't want to give anything away, but if you enjoy an old fashioned ghost story with a twist, pick this up."
Back Cover Blurb
The rainbow had vanished, swept away behind a great sweeping of grey clouds. The air was still fresh and fragrant from the afternoon April shower, when for a time the sun had peeked through cotton candy clouds.
The couple began to laugh as they struggled together to right the umbrella, whilst standing in the middle of a sodden damp country lane. The rain was now pouring and fell down heavily, quickly soaking them through to the bone.
They didn’t hear the car approaching, what with the wind whipping round them and both fighting with the now useless item still clenched between them.
Then it was too late.
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Seal Mother - Retold
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Coming Soon to Kindle
Seal Mother Re-told'
by Rose English
(A little taster)
It was an oyster and pearl kind of day, and oh how soft the wind and waves gently play. While the golden light of the sun pours down upon waters calm and the waves whisper to shore like a soft spoken psalm. The sea reaches out to kiss golden sand, like the gentle caress of a warm mother’s hand.
In the midst of the warming ocean a lone seal rolls with the waves, gently basking in the heat and languishing within the gentle rhythmic motion of the swaying ocean. She watches lovingly over the young girl dancing merrily across the sand. Her long burnished tresses, flittering behind having been swept up by the seas soft gentle breeze. The girl climbs upon the rock that juts out into the water and dangles her feet so the waves can shower kisses upon her ten tiny toes. It was the child’s favourite spot.