Category Archives: Personal

Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón My rating: 5 of 5 stars A book within a book There are so many layers, and levels, and intertwining stories within this book. The main story is begins in 1945 … Continue reading

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Wimbledon, and am I too much of a feminist?

Originally posted on Lucie Muses:
So, Wimbledon is over for this year. I watched both finals with both being only competitive in first set. I also watched the almost hysterical revelation of Roger Federer by the British media. Yes, he…

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GoodReads and Me 2 – Change is in progress

Originally posted on Jo Thinks & Writes:
You may have seen my post about my experiences with GoodReads and how much I love the site that I posted a few days ago. (If not, you can check it out here).…

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A day in the life of Agent X

Originally posted on jessicanorrie:
Agent X stretched after a poor night’s sleep. She really ought to get more exercise…spend less time staring at screens…eat more sensibly. But a new day beckoned. She had a fascinating submission to read – she’d…

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Review: Diabetes Recipes From Around The World

Diabetes Recipes From Around The World by Jane Frank My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is an absolutely brilliant recipe book; totally packed with excellent information. On the (slightly) down side, there are less pictures in this book than … Continue reading

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How To Monetise Your Blog

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
A little while ago I gave a presentation at the Annual Bloggers Bash in London with the focus being on monetising a blog and using a blog to make money in other creative and writing…

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No, I do not want to live in Middle Ages

Originally posted on Lucie Muses:
? In my eyes, the world we live in is paradoxically a strangely medieval world. Drawbridges being drawn up, not letting enemies in, religion yet again ruling people’s violent actions. Name of a God, Allah,…

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