It gives me great pleasure to select

David Stewart blogging as The Green-Walled Tower

as my Blog Pick for June 2013.

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David lives and works in South Korea. He and I read and comment on one another’s blog – for quite some time, if I might add.

He writes some of the best fiction pieces in Blogsville. Especially for busy people out there, all his pieces are short and captivating – just the way I relish them.

What enthrals me most – David’s uncanny viewpoints. He weaves tales from angles that I don’t even dream of – and regular readers of my Fallen Grace series know, I tend to dream a bit 😀

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Hope you like this little haiku, David – written for you 🙂

If you are into flash fictions and especially the darker variety, and have not read David – you are missing something.

I strongly recommend David’s The Green-Walled Tower.

David, it is my pleasure to read your works and I hope you continue to share your talents.

All good wishes,

🙂 Eric 🙂

Related Links:

Blog Pick 2012 – Ian Grice, Australia

Blog Pick March 2013 – Padmini, Singapore

Blog Pick April 2013 – Jane Stansfeld, USA

Blog Pick May 2013 – Dee Vachal, USA

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Written by Eric Alagan

Team builder and jack of all trades - trying to master some.


    1. Hello Baldy,

      Welcome aboard 🙂

      P/s I can’t log into your blog – says “ is no longer available”
      You might want to check this out.

  1. Eric,
    wow, you blew me away with this. Thank you so much. I’m deeply honored by your kind words. Of course, now I have to live up to the expectations. 🙂 Thanks for being such a faithful reader, almost since the beginning of my blog. I’m glad we had a chance to get to know each other and read each other’s work.

    1. You’re very welcome, David

      And it is my pleasure to feature you this month 🙂

      Glad to get to know you too through your writings and comments – incisive.

      P/s Lunching at my desk and rushing off to a meeting soon – catch up with your blog when I return.

    1. That’s great, Ibu Mei

      David has much to offer and it takes but only a couple of minutes of your time per post.

      All good wishes,

  2. Thank you Eric, you have done it again! I immediately logged onto David’s blog and have been there ever since.- what a treasure! I now have him on my favorates bar. Your appreciative Haiku is pretty cool too.

    1. This is so lovely of you, Jane.

      I’m very sure David will relish your fictions and poems too – all wonderfully well presented and with profound themes.

      All good wishes,

    1. Hello Beth – yes, please do and I’m sure David will not disappoint.

      P/s Sheep you say – most of us fly cattle class 🙂

  3. What a great tribute to David’s blog, Eric, and I love your haiku. For me, it can also relate to a good book that I finish much too soon and feel a sense of emptiness when I’m done reading it. 🙂 I’ll check out David’s world! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Hugz!

    1. Hello Lauren – yes, do check out David’s blog.

      I can relate to what you say – sometimes I’m so drawn into a book that, come the last page, it leaves a sense of loss. Creatures of habit, we are – always seeking out tethers of life.

      All good wishes for the week ahead,

    1. Yes, I recall that post too – absolutely unique – and I wondered then, how much time he expended on it. I thoroughly enjoyed and left my comment.

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