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A narrated story for children – The Tale of Buster Bumblebee, Part 3
The Dragon’s Teeth – 06 August 2011
Guardian Angel written and read by Emma Tobin
My daughter Emma Tobin is 15 and she wants to be a writer. This is a piece she wrote called Guardian Angel which won a writing...
Mona Simpson - CASEBOOK Author of the Week on LITERARY LUSTS with Donna Freed
If you don't know her, Mona Simpson may sound familiar because Homer Simpson's mother was named after her or more impressively she is on...
Gladwell's DAVID AND GOLIATH
I enjoyed the read for two very specific reasons...and here they are.
New Library Opens in Hackney
A new library has opened its doors in Hackney, which, according to the council, is one of the largest in the UK. The library, called...
Tom Jones - Henry Fielding (Book 9, Ch9 pp437-438)
Layne's book recommendation
Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino
Goals of Learning
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A History of The World in 10 1/2 Chapters, by Julian Barnes: first page
Reading books with surprising endings
There have been very few occasions where I’ve felt that maybe I’d have enjoyed a
more if I hadn’t spoiled the ending, such as Liar...
I forgot to mention Ten Tiny Breaths, which has a plot twist that basically ruins any possibility of an HEA in my mind (although the author still pushes it through). I read spoilers for the Divergent series recently and I wonder if the film will be faithful to the ending of the last book.
I don't mind a plot twist but not at the cost of the HEA! I've stored up books too. I didn't listen to the a Fever series until I was assured there was a happy ending for Mac and Barrons.
Anemones and Shells
Jack, I grew up with my three brothers and me, very happy memories of life in Tramore as a child. My grandmother was English, she was a wonderful woman, so capable. I spent a lot of time with her, I learned so much from her looking back. My sister Ruth was born when I was 12 so a whole life had existed before she was born, my three brothers and me, a tomboy. We lived on the beach, life was the beach, happy memories for me and I am very attached to shells still, always looking for them.
Alovely poem,read very nicely Maire
Thanks Amy, I appreciate it a lot:))
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Andrew Roberts on Napoleon the Great, THE OLDIE RECORDINGS
The Oldie Magazine Recordings
Historian Andrew Roberts attempts to redeem that much maligned figure, Napoleon - and insists he wasn't really that short...
A narrated story for children – The Tale of Buster Bumblebee, Part 5
A somewhat vintage, old-school narration of a childen's audio tale featuring a variety of animal voices!
I read an excerpt from TWILIGHT:ECLIPSE as a REDNECK! B-Day gift for my wife @RenaeDeLiz
Python popularity and books. Part 4.
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