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I have been EVASORIOUS for the past week (very evasive) but my wife has finally persuaded me to go Xmas shopping! tedtayler.co.uk/home
Medieval Monday word! A 'CLICKET' was a latch of a gate or door. I love words like that. Just call it what it sounds like. Simple wasn't it?
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It's Sunday morning in the 17th century & I'm hungry! I need something ESCAL (fit to eat). Odd word isn't it? More like an acronym. #sunday
Another enjoyable night out listening to Stoned F served with Ribs. Made the most of last night as next week's... fb.me/4sEOOENZr
My word for today SWERK. Around since the 10th century it had a variety of meanings all associated with darkness. tedtayler.co.uk
My Friday word would be FADDITY - an oddity that was the fad of the moment @CCassel25 Coined in the 1890s and still perfect today.
no matter how long it takes you HAVE to keep faith that your dream will unfold.
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Brand new trailer for ‘The Olympus Project’ which will be on sale next week! youtu.be/cH2jpNMPhCM #thriller #amwriting
A word from the Middle Ages today 'CRUNKLE' -'to cry like a crane'. Limited opportunities to use it; a pity as it sounds great doesn't it?
The store keeps calling me to come back and buy more furniture... but all I really wanted was a one night stand.
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A word for Wednesday from the 15th century WIND-TIGHT, used for solidly constructed buildings. Very apt on a cold day like today!
Just off to do the voice over for the VBT to 'The Olympus Project'!
I like cold dry December mornings don't you? The 16th century adjective MALLY meant 'foolishly fond'. I reckon that's my Tuesday word!
2 countries separated by a common language? The old word GULCH was used in England for 'a glutton' or as a verb 'to swallow greedily'.
Acabo de publicar la ultima entrada en mi blog en tedtayler.co.uk #amwriting #shortstory
Ted Tayler: A Sting In The Tale Revealed, tedtayler.co.uk/the-long-hard-…
Late night last night? That Sunday feeling again? I bet you'll OSCITATE all day.A 17th century verb for 'to yawn from drowsiness'
Read my latest blog & follow the links to download a book to read at Christmas! tedtayler.co.uk/home #shortstory #amwriting
A word on Saturday to describe the materialistic scrum that was #BlackFriday the verb to SKECK - to raid, to spoil or to plunder.
A new band in the Nose last night. Hot Flex played a set full of hard rock numbers (Metallica, AC/DC, Judas... fb.me/1SVBuKe4x
I need reviews for ‘The Olympus Project’ #1 in a brand new series featuring ‘The Phoenix’. DM me for free copy in .pdf or .mobi #thriller
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My Friday verb is 'SPUDDLE'. It reminds me of the government in many ways; it means 'to work feebly, work ineffectively' #FF Happy weekend!
I love words! Although it's perfect for today, when did you last hear anyone called an ACOLAUST? Lover of riotous living & sensual pleasures
Happy Thanksgiving or as us Brits know it, Thursday.
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Sad to read that the great British crime writer P D James has died. Much loved.
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Let’s Twist Again! (the story of ‘A Sting In The Tale’) | Ted Tayler buff.ly/1ERWqeL by @ted_tayler
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Let’s Twist Again! (the story of ‘A Sting In The Tale’) | Ted Tayler buff.ly/1ERWqeL by @ted_tayler
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I hate this part of the process! Finished writing the book; got the cover designed; video book trailer... fb.me/6Sr1fHy7R
Ted Tayler: Unfinished Business Revealed, tedtayler.co.uk/the-long-hard-…
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