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The home of a ghostly tale. A place for forbidden love. A sanctuary for a persecuted man. A buried family secret.
William Shakespeare died 23 April 1616. He's buried in Stratford-Upon-Avon in Holy Trinity Church. Some say he was the greatest writer who ever lived. Others say his works belong to other writers. Personally, I think he did write his plays, albeit with ideas from the players with whom he worked and a certain amount of... Continue Reading →
I remember when I found you, just before you caught the train that day many months in coming. Of course you'd always been there, doing what you were meant to. Bandaging, teaching, cajoling, exasperating, bringing me up in a world I tried to hide from. But before that moment there was an arms-length between... Continue Reading →
(From as-yet unfinished short story) We dropped Ben off at his lodgings and I stayed in the car, pretending to be absorbed in the local guide book as he and Runa said their goodbyes. As she drove us back through the undulating shadow of the mountains, I could see the tension returning to her form.... Continue Reading →