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I can remember when you first put this idea together Mike. Good work on the characterisation and imagery. I like return journey through the storm, and it's a good ending, but I'm sure it's different in some way. If I remember correctly they both disappeared the first time ... or was that just wishful thinking? Great storytelling all the same.
Neat intro Fred, combined with great imagery and storytelling. I enjoyed the chase scene. At first mention of the cat on the vessel, I wondered if there would be a miracle cure, or a disaster connected to it. Superb ending.
A nice selection of stories John, but what gives with the poetry? I'll get back to read the remainder.
The brief was something which will illustrate - some of the poems do that job nicely and break it up
Voting has closed, the stories selected from both groups in the vote for the new book were: Do not touch the Plants Ross Chisholm
Eve of Destruction Fred Johnson
Redemption Ciaran Lovejoy
Robbie the Rainbow Racer Andy Coward
An encounter with the Moleish Lesley Blundell
An Eye for an Eye Graham Dodd
Sarah Ellen Mike Beck
The Legend of Sam Sasquatch Tony Harrison
The Boy in the Dunes Libby Thompson
The Monk and the Snow Maiden Roger Barnes
The Splishy Splashy Tale of Shelley the Seahorse Laura Inman
Bedtime Mike Watson
Two for Chicagi Sandra Spears
Chloe Crow Communicates Bud Craig
Ti’s Adventure Patricia Harvey
Hi Publication has been put back to the Autumn to allow time for illustrating etc