Monthly Archives: March 2014

Mother’s Day

And it is Mother’s Day tomorrow in the UK. Or Mothering Sunday if you prefer – which my mother emphatically did. Either way, it is a great time to show her you care – as Amazon, Marks and Spencer and … Continue reading

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Invisible friends – everyone needs one

Anne of Green Gables had one who lived in a glass bookcase. James Stewart had one in ‘Harvey’. Gerard Depardieu actually was one in ‘Bogus.’ Several of my children have had them. It’s great to have friends. They enrich every … Continue reading

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Global Citizen

Our local bookshops has a wonderful display of globes at the moment. They hang from the ceiling, sit on shelves and fill the entire window display. Lit up and softly glowing, they inspire passers by to think about the world … Continue reading

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Review of The Cinnamon Snail

http://cphpost.dk/news/publishers-corner-review-of-the-cinnamon-snail.7843.html I love a good book. In fact, I love all kinds of books, really. But there is one type in particular that I have a weakness for: books about people who settle in a strange country. There is something … Continue reading

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