Julia Webb-Harvey

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If you could go back in time, where would you go to?

  So, I’m studying this MOOC module on historical fiction, which has my brain zinging about in all directions.  We’ve had a canter through the historical novel, and there have been some great seminars by authors of historical fiction.  Each… Continue reading →

Mad about the MOOC

Until a few weeks ago I hadn’t even heard of the term “MOOC”, let alone what the latest in acronyms stands for.  Right now in Virginia, there’s a debate going on about whether they’re great or not…. Oh, you want… Continue reading →

Opportunities

Last night I collected a prize for writing, adventures from our sailing activities. It could bring new opportunities. This, at the same time as having a knee injury, which seems to limit everything. Oh, how the Universe works. I am… Continue reading →

The battle between two wolves

                    I saw this yesterday on Facebook.  It’s one of those ‘photos’ that get shared around.  Some get more shares than others, but this one seems to have captured the hearts… Continue reading →

Why?

  The ability to question, to reason, is what sets us apart from other inhabitants of our planet.  It is a blessing, and a curse.  It can drive us forward, and it can hold us back.  It can expand our… Continue reading →

A question of ‘risk’

  “Risk” used to be the area of work that I knew something about.  Understanding risks, assessing risks and managing risks.  It’s a field of work that I left sometime ago, and it came as quite a surprise to be… Continue reading →

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