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About AnnaMayZing

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AnnaMayZing

Hi, I'm Anna. I came here from a related site to share my work with you. I have been writing now for some six years (as at 2019) and I have grown to love it.
My writing has matured immensely.
I didn't have much that I could share when I came here but now I do! Poems, short stories, micro-fiction and a novel which is growing ever longer. I hope that you enjoy what I produce as much as I enjoy writing it for you.

Name:
Anna Morgan
Sex:
Female 
Age:
136
Sign:
Scorpio
Relationship Status:
Married
Location:
Local Time:
06 Aug 2020 14:45
Interests:
Driving, Archery, books, films and music.
I love anything with engines. (Except motorcycles) They are the only thing that makes gardening bearable!
Favorite Books:
The Lord of the rings.
Down to a sunless sea.
Favorite Authors:
Tolkein
Joseph Wambaugh
Favorite Movies:
Bladerunner
Blues Brothers
Darkest Hour
Death Proof.
Downfall
Excalibur
Imaginaerum
Kevin and Perry Go Large
Legend
Lord of the Rings
Maleficent
No Country for Old Men
Once upon a time in the west
Quadrophenia
Veronica Guerin
Where Eagles Dare
Favourite TV Shows:
A discovery of witches
Airline (Ruskin not EasyJet)
Babylon Berlin
Genius
Hill Street Blues
Isabel
Last of the Summer wine
On the Buses
SpongeBob SquarePants
The Bridge
The Good Doctor
The Good Wife.
The Prisoner (original)
The Sweeney
The Tunnel
Vikings
Most seventies British comedies
Favorite Music:
I enjoy a huge variety of music from sixties, seventies, eighties and some from the nineties.
There is some excellent music currently too, such as Lissie, Florence and the machine, Birdie, Amy MacDonald and more.
Classical, rock, Symphonic metal, especially Nightwish (and some other metal too), Jazz, easy listening, soul, ska, the list goes on, however I am not a fan of the current pop scene, most punk or rap.
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Topic: What music are you listening to?
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 14:28

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7eANGHVQS9Q

Topic: Up two, three, Down two, three... Make a word.
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:54

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Topic: This or That
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:47

Alien

Tron or Tron Legacy?

Topic: Word Association Game
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:45

Parcel

Topic: Alphabet Movies - A to Z
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:44

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Topic: End of the Line
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:40

Oh, so you think that's funny do you?
Well I just happen to have written many lines.
I shall lay one here and stand at the end of it!

“Good morning, Matron Langsdorff,” he greeted her warmly, “I trust you had an uneventful flight?” <img src="/images/emoticons/hello.gif" alt="hello2"> <img src="/images/emoticons/kekekegay.gif" alt="kekekegay"> <img src="/images/emoticons/Lfunny.gif" alt="Lfunny">

Topic: Name Game
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:35

Neve - Eleanor

Topic: I am
Posted: 06 Aug 2020 13:33

I AM telling Molly that we have a contest! <img src="/images/emoticons/kekekegay.gif" alt="kekekegay">

Topic: Up two, three, Down two, three... Make a word.
Posted: 05 Aug 2020 15:07

Ves sel-dom inates

Topic: Up two, three, Down two, three... Make a word.
Posted: 05 Aug 2020 12:25

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The Long Road Home. Chapter 23.

Krakow, June 10 th 1944   The cobbled square was teeming with soldiers. It took Maria and Katarina a little while to locate someone who had even the slightest clue as to where they could eat. So far as refuelling the bus was concerned, that was not their problem. Eventually, they found the kitchen and waited patiently in-line with the others until they were able to obtain...

Added 05 Aug 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 93 | 2 Comments

Whew, what a scorcher!

Not so very many years ago, I decided it was time for a change of holiday destination. Every December, for the past fifteen years, we had flown to Munich for the Christmas markets. How I love those visits. For the summer holidays, however, we always stayed on home territory. The problem was that I had never driven on the 'wrong' side of the road and it worried me! This particular year, we...

Added 22 Jul 2020 | Category Musings

The Long Road Home. Chapter 22.

Ostrava, June 08 th 1944   Maria and Katarina had to wait a few more days before they heard anything at all about being discharged. They waited patiently and took the time to continue with the therapy but, more so, helped the other nurses with some of the more severely disabled patients. As April moved into June, they found themselves hearing little snippets of information...

Added 16 Jul 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,831 | 3 Comments

The Long Road Home. Chapter 21.

Vienna, April 30 th 1944   Maria and Katarina settled into their daily routine, finally accepting that their recovery was not going to happen overnight. The long days soon became weeks which, in turn, became months. Oberstartz Ritter had been right about them looking after each other. Nurse Winter soon found herself to be virtually unneeded as the two experienced patients...

Added 22 Jun 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,495 | 3 Comments

The Long Road Home. Chapter 20.

Vienna, January 1 st 1944   The scene before him was enough to bring a lump to the throat of even the most highly experienced Medical Officer and Oberstarzt Ritter was not ashamed to let Nurse Winter see the tear fall from his cheek. He quickly wiped it away with his handkerchief as he turned to her. “These two are very special. Make sure that they get the best care possible...

Added 31 May 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 2,102 | 3 Comments

The Long Road Home. Chapter 19.

Vienna, December 24 th 1943   The Flight to Vienna was uneventful. Despite being wrapped tightly in blankets, the young woman was cold. Not freezing but, nevertheless, far from warm. It wasn't a long flight, little more than two hours but it seemed much longer. By the time they landed, she had almost forgotten what it was like to be warm. There were six stretcher patients...

Added 10 May 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,667 | 3 Comments

The Long Road Home. Chapter 18.

Innsbruck, December 21 st 1943   The hours passed by so slowly as the young woman struggled to get her memory to return. Nurse Kissling had been called to an emergency before she had a chance to tell her anything about her 'companion' as she had referred to the other Matron. Most of the time she spent dozing but during those moments she was disturbed by vivid...

Added 15 Apr 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,771 | 3 Comments

Silent Movie

I had plans for my time in lock-down, today. First, breakfast and then the usual ablutions. After some dusting and cleaning, I had decided to sit down and get to grips with some writing but, the best-laid plans and all that...   I was in no hurry. I didn't get up early and ambled slowly through the preparation of the first planned task.   My house is situated at the top of a hillside above...

Added 09 Apr 2020 | Category General | Votes 7 | Avg Score 5 | Views 267 | 8 Comments

The Long Road Home. Chapter 17.

Innsbruck, December 20 th 1943   The young woman opened her eyes. Where on earth was she? In the gloom, she could make out twisted and mangled pipes, many with steam hissing from the fractures. Loops of wires hung down from above and, worse still, the room seemed to be full of bricks and rubble. Great slabs of concrete also hung down with twisted and bent wires poking out...

Added 28 Mar 2020 | Category Drama | Votes 4 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,710 | 4 Comments

The Watcher

I knew he was there, he always was. Every morning when I awoke he would be there, watching me through my bedroom window. He lived next door and from his vantage point, he could see directly into my bedroom window. I didn't mind, in fact, I liked it. I didn't close my curtains for that very reason. I wanted to see him watching me, it made me happy. After all, what could be a nicer start...

Added 21 Mar 2020 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 177 | 8 Comments

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