Monthly Archives: September 2019

I Cried Today

“That’s nothing unusual,” would be the response from friends who know me well. My best friend forever even calls me a little princess, because I am just as likely to burst into tears whilst witnessing a gross act of kindness … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Perfect Murder by Peter James

The Perfect Murder by Peter James My rating: 4 of 5 stars A married couple, Victor and Joan, have grown apart over the years. They have become bored with each other and have sought, and found, extra-marital stimuli. Each plans … Continue reading

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Psychogeography and Folklore: Walking the City’s Legends

Original post: Psychogeography and Folklore: Walking the City’s Legends by Icy Sedgewick I really enjoyed listening to Icy Sedgewick telling the story of psychogeography. I recommend that you do this. It is so much better to listen to her than … Continue reading

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