Monthly Archives: May 2018

Book Review: Blue Monday by Nicci French

Blue Monday by Nicci French My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is an amazingly gripping psychological crime thriller; but only from about half way through. Up until that point it just plodded along, and actually dragged along for a … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark

I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark My rating: 4 of 5 stars Just what one expects from a Mary Higgins Clark formula: a few possible suspects from the outset, some twists and turns, and a fairly predictable … Continue reading

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How To Survive Your Writing Friend Quitting Writing #SundayBlogShare #Writers

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
Writer friends are special human beings. Let’s all take a moment to think about writer friends. Writer friends understand your creative side, share your writing passion and know all about the emotional turmoil that goes hand…

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THE ANNUAL BLOGGERS BASH – STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW

Originally posted on TanGental:
Are you coming to this year’s Bash? It’s on the 19th May and there are no competing attractions, however keen you are on Royal Weddings and FA Cup finals. I’m mean, seriously? Competition? Pah! If not,…

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Knife Crime in USA

Whilst I agree with President Trump that knife crime in London is a problem, his statement that the floors of the hospitals are flooded with blood is blatant fake news. His proposed solution of arming all citizens with guns, possibly … Continue reading

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So, You Want to be Rich?

My very good Batswana friend, Boikanyo Trust Phenyo, has just published her first book. It is available, right now, on Kindle and will soon also be available in paperback format. In this book, she describes how she has become rich … Continue reading

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Fishing for Jobs

My job search reminds me of days when I went fishing on the banks of the River Tay at the North Inch in Perth. I used to go out before dawn and spend all day casting my flies out onto … Continue reading

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