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Book Review: A Burnable Book by Bruce Holsinger

A search for a book of prophecies takes Gower, commissioned by Chaucer, his friend, across London, getting caught up in murders, prostitutes and plots to kill the King. I enjoyed this book, although not entirely.  Its brilliance is in the… Continue Reading →

The slow road to progress…

Back in January, I penned a blog about being a novice novelist, and kind of wishing that I wasn’t. Nearly three months has passed!  Where did the time go? How have I spent it, at least when it comes to… Continue Reading →

Spring is in the air!

What a difference a couple of days of sunshine makes! It seems to have been an endless winter. Not the ‘proper’ cold of a winter, but one of a more modern kind. Global warming is to blame, apparently, but there… Continue Reading →

Am I good enough?

This has been a theme that has rattled around my week, and being a believer in the nudges that we tune into, it becomes the topic of focus for a blog.  It all began on Monday, when I took my… Continue Reading →

The gift of feedback

I’ve had the privilege of reviewing two works this week, one a manuscript and the other an academic assignment. Both very different, but both very important to the individuals. I enjoyed reading both, but felt a bit out of practice… Continue Reading →

Is it heresy to give up on a book?

It’s a closed question, so it’s got to be either a ‘yes’ or a ‘no’, but can is there a ‘maybe’? In the last couple of weeks I’ve been struggling with this dilemma.  Following the successful MOOC. Plagues, Witches and… Continue Reading →

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