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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Midnight by Josephine Cox My rating: 2 of 5 stars The story started off very well. It was intriguing and captivating and showed much promise of more surprises and thrills to come. The characters were all building quite nicely. But … Continue reading
Rating: 4 stars out of a possible 5. So many people had told me that this film is hilarious that I had to see it for myself. They were right! From the beginning to the end I was laughing out … Continue reading
Originally created and posted by Natalie Hahn on September 29, 2016 Safe. Maybe it’s not a word that comes to mind immediately when you think of what you want in your intimate relationships. Maybe you just assume it’s already there. Maybe … Continue reading
The Sentry by Robert Crais My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is the first Robert Crais that I have read, and I enjoyed it very much. It is certainly action-packed and fast-paced from the very first page. There is … Continue reading
Adge Roe: a man with attitude!
Read about this fantastic achievement by my old friend, Adge Roe. It was a long journey and he is now a shadow of his former self – the selfie proves it!
Wesley: The Story of a Remarkable Owl by Stacey O’Brien My rating: 5 of 5 stars Enchanting There are already hundreds of reviews of this book on Goodreads, so I shan’t repeat the storyline for you. However, for those of … Continue reading
Adge è megagallatica!
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what a beautiful morning to help at the annual juvenile diabetes research foundation event and to take a great walk after right in the mix with dogs, babies, strollers, scooters,…
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Have you wondered how you’ll spend your retired days? I’ll give you an idea. A genius Japanese architect created an unique home for 2 retired ladies with their caretaker and a cook. Issei Suma is…