Featured Photos – 11 May 2021

Featured Photos – 11 May 2021

It’s bluebell time here in Devon, and like many locals, Mrs C and I like to visit the small woodland called Shaptor Wood.

The day was a little cooler than we might’ve hoped for, but it was a beautiful walk, with a sea of bluebells stretching out beneath the forest’s pale-green leaves of spring.

Lottie enjoyed it too.

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New wallpapers added

New wallpapers added

I’ve added some new Devonshire Mysteries themed wallpapers to the collection today (6 May, 2021).

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The Embervale Album

The Embervale Album

Here’s a rough map of Embervale, plus an ongoing collection of photos from the real locations that have inspired scenes in the Devonshire Mysteries.

Comments welcome.

I hope you enjoy the photos.

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Suggest a Quote for the Awkward Squad Newsletter

Suggest a Quote for the Awkward Squad Newsletter

Many of you have written to me, saying that you enjoy the quotes I’ve been adding to our newsletter. Some of you have even sent me your own favourite quotes on books and reading.

So it occurred to me that this could be a great feature for the newsletter.

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Wallpapers

Wallpapers

These images can be downloaded as desktop wallpapers for your computer, or you can use them as backgrounds for a video call.

More wallpapers will be added from time to time.

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Featured Photos – 26 April, 2021

Featured Photos – 26 April, 2021

Welcome to the new home of our featured photos.

Here are the latest snaps, taken just yesterday on a walk through the fields with Mrs C and Lottie. It was a beautiful spring day with clear skies and a fresh breeze, and we took a flask of coffee and a picnic rug.

We may not be travelling very much at the moment, but we’re very lucky to have this glorious countryside on our doorstep. A mug of coffee, a good companion and a faithful dog: what more could you want?

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