Julia Webb-Harvey

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April 2016

Book Review – Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca tells the story of a young woman who meets a handsome, older gentleman, Maxim de Winter, in Monte Carlo. It is the gossip of the moment that Maxim’s wife Rebecca, has recently drowned at sea. After a whirlwind romance,… Continue reading →

Hollywood Stardust Comes to Town…

Liza Pulman The Songs of Hollywood Tour Saturday 23rd April, Hall for Cornwall, Truro Let’s get straight to the point, Liza’s stage show does more than it bills. Sure, she sings The Songs of Hollywood, but she also gives us,… Continue reading →

Book Review: The Old Ways, by Robert MacFarlane

“Following the tracks, holloways, drove-road and sea paths that form part of a vast ancient network of routes crisis-crossing the British Isles and beyond, Robert MacFarlane discovers a lost world – a landscape of the feet and the mind, of… Continue reading →

Five weeks on post-surgery

At some point things change. I’m trying to pinpoint it, but the moment evades me. I feel like I’m emerging, growing in strength and purpose. I realise that I’ve forgotten to take pain killers. That’s a good sign, from dividing… Continue reading →

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