Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mark to the Max

I have had two powerful imaginative experiences this week. Last Monday, I saw Bridget Jones’s Baby. Colin Firth as Mark Darcy! Man, I wish I was him. Or could talk like him. So much gravitas in his voice. Renee Zellweger … Continue reading

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We’ll Never Tell Them: Chapter 4

Last week, I asked what was Kristjana thinking as she listened to Leo tell the story of his mother’s turbulent early years? At first, the answer at the start of Chapter 4 appears to be ‘not much’ for when Leo … Continue reading

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Juliet via the Hejaz Region

What Am I Reading? I have a number of books ‘on the go’ at the moment; in this post, however, I’d like to focus on two of them:- Hejaz before Word War I by David George Hogarth Just Juliet by … Continue reading

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We’ll Never Tell Them: Chapter 3

If we could write blog posts by thinking them, I would have finished We’ll Never Tell Them by now. I wrote Chapter 2 on 30th May this year (here) and since then have had the book, and the need/desire to get … Continue reading

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