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Angie’s April Artefacts

More Treasures in Vocal

By Angie the Archivist 📚🪶Published 2 months ago Updated about a month ago 2 min read
Angie’s April Artefacts
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Life’s been busy… I’ve just downed my excavating tools and am having a short lunch break from working with my trowels and brushes…

Hmmm… what’s lying beside me in these storage bags? Three exciting treasures!

Ah ha! This one is extremely intriguing! It first appears to be some sort of art but is actually far far more… there’s a tale intertwined.

D.D. Lee’s Letters From A Changing Window is a fascinating read, a story which totally immerses his readers.

My life was filled with the wildest visions, vivid colors, and fleshed-out characters. I now seek a life with the simplicity of these beige stained walls.

…madame Clementine, care keeper of the boarding house in Madama Clementine’s Home for Troubled Sisters journeyed to my side…

She'd always leave me in better shape before disappearing back into the folds of her story.

I’d like to know what you think of this Vocal artefact… feel free to examine it yourself… it’s right here, at your fingertips.

Reluctantly, I return this treasure to its storage bag for safe keeping…

Oh, look, this one really catches the eye…

Bonnie Bowerman’s Lunch With Nan.

Brimming with nostalgia… this tribute to a loving grandmother, warmed my heart.

Cheesy, gooey, crunchy, savoury, salty, tangy, buttery goodness balancing with that hearty tomato flavor on your tongue…

It was the toe curling, heavenly, blissful part of my day.

This gem complements my lunch break perfectly!

I’ve just enough time left to examine the third artefact, before I need to again take up my archaeological tools…

Rachel Deeming’s beautiful jewel, The Railway Bridge, though small in size, holds a wealth of knowledge about humanity… a joy to behold.

The bridge was always in shadow but he didn't fear it. At over six feet tall, he was intimidating to anyone intent on approaching him and his rugby training meant he was up for a challenge..

I dare not say much more about this precious find, fearing I will spoil your enjoyment… you need to see it for yourself!

I’d love to admire any Vocal artifacts in your treasure chest… please share their links in the comments section below.


Below is my first edition of Angie’s Artifacts…


About the Creator

Angie the Archivist 📚🪶

Addicted to reading, especially fiction and poetry.

Personality of a Labrador.

Attention span of a gnat! 😳

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  • Andrea Corwin 9 days ago

    How am I going to get anything done with all this reading? Between your items in Artifacts and Annie Kapur's reviews, my list of books and stories is never-ending. Then each day more!! 😊

  • Lamar Wigginsabout a month ago

    I love the lively format of this piece. It made for a fun read. I’ve previously read a couple on this list, gems indeed! Thank you for sharing.

  • Donna Fox (HKB)2 months ago

    I love when Authors raise each other up and I especially love the archeologist vibe you laid out here!! So clever and now I've got some stuff to add to my reading list!! Great work here Angie!!

  • Novel Allen2 months ago

    Gems are they all. I love the excavation reference. Great works.

  • Shirley Belk2 months ago

    Most definitely some real jewels you have excavated, Angie!

  • Marie Wilson2 months ago

    These all sound intriguing and I'll check each one out, starting with Rachel Deeming, as I'm familiar with her wonderful work! Thank you, Angie!

  • I miss Bonnie. She hasn't written anything in about a month. Hope she's okay. Thank you so much for sharing these pieces!

  • Thank you for sharing these , will check them out I promise

  • Paul Stewart2 months ago

    Love that you are doing this, Angie! Good job and I shall check out the selections you have highlighted!

  • Rachel Deeming2 months ago

    I am an excavated treasure! Please don't put me in a dusty drawer! Thanks, Angie! I appreciate it very much! I'm off to read the others too.

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