Monthly Archives: March 2016

We’ll Never Tell Them: Chapter 1

“She just walked away” In the opening chapter of We’ll Never Tell Them, Fiorella De Maria takes us from Kristjana’s home to St James’ Park in the middle of London. There, Kristjana sends a text message to her boss – … Continue reading

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The Inquisitive Cow on Accents, Holidays & Capitalism

Happy Easter! On Thursday, I was given this chocolate cow by my very kind manager at work, and it immediately reminded me of a comic series of posts that I wrote ten or so years ago for my former blog, … Continue reading

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Wet Work

Be Warned: Spoilers ahoy! Writing about Playing Rise of the Tomb Raider pt. 7 This weekend’s Rise of the Tomb Raider session went very well. Although I only advanced out of the Soviet installation where I started the 90 minutes at … Continue reading

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We’ll Never Tell Them: Prologue

Setting Several Scenes Last September Ignatius Press kindly gave me a copy of We’ll Never Tell Them by Fiorella de Maria to read and review. I doubt they’ll ever give me another book as it has taken me until now to … Continue reading

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Catholic, Girl

Be Warned: Spoilers ahoy! Writing about Playing Rise of the Tomb Raider pt. 6 I have just finished a rather challenging session of the game. There was one achievement – finding and successfully raiding a ‘challenge tomb’ titled The Voice of … Continue reading

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