Monthly Archives: February 2016

Book Tuesday: Historical Fiction

Originally posted on Thoughts by Mello-Elo:
Lance Greenfield This week, I am delighted that my fellow author and blogger, Lance Greenfield, has agreed to be my guest on Book Tuesday and share his thoughts on his favourite genre. Take it…

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Review: A Spot of Bother

A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon My rating: 4 of 5 stars A good holiday read This is the story of Kate’s wedding. That seems straightforward enough, but she has a mother who is having an affair with her … Continue reading

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We are of the same blood, you and I

I am so totally with Lucie on all that she says here. One world. One people. Care for them all.

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Laughter the best medicine – Oh Heavens Above…

Grant yourself some time out to read these excellent jokes which are completely surpassed by the wonderful video at the end.

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Dragon Dancing in San Francisco

Over twenty years ago (which I can hardly believe!), I was a trainer at Ingres, a database company. One of my loveliest friends was a lady called Lai Chueng. She emigrated to San Francisco, but we kept in touch. Every … Continue reading

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Staying on Track in 2016

Across the King’s River by James Weeks Please take a look at this inspirational blog post…. http://www.acrossthekingsriver.com/staying-on-track-in-2016/

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Happiness for a Lifetime

This week,  to celebrate Chinese New Year (Year of the Fire Monkey), my contribution to Silver Threading’s Writer’s Quote Wednesday and Ronovan Writes‘ BeWoW (Be Writing on Wednesday) is an old Chinese proverb. This one came to my attention while … Continue reading

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