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Book Research From The Comfort of Your Own Home

As an author who is disabled and medically unable to travel to a lot of places, I know the difficulties of trying to do research on a multitude of subjects without the ability to properly investigate them. Also on a tight budget – being unable to work a “regular” job and relying on disability and… Continue reading Book Research From The Comfort of Your Own Home

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Poetry Appreciation: An Arundel Tomb by Philip Larkin

An Arundel Tomb  BY PHILIP LARKIN . Side by side, their faces blurred, The earl and countess lie in stone, Their proper habits vaguely shown As jointed armour, stiffened pleat, And that faint hint of the absurd— The little dogs under their feet. Such plainness of the pre-baroque Hardly involves the eye, until It meets… Continue reading Poetry Appreciation: An Arundel Tomb by Philip Larkin

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Music Appreciation: Fleetwood Mac

A new feature for 2017 is my Music Appreciation. Featuring either a soundtrack or a band, I have a playlist of approximately 10 songs (or a whole soundtrack) to showcase the individual feature. Beneath that, I’ll have the lyrics to one of the songs, most usually my favourite, unless I can’t find them. Hope you… Continue reading Music Appreciation: Fleetwood Mac

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Reblog: 30 Incredibly Short Love Stories That Are Better Than Any Movie

Reblogged from: Tickld. ~ 1/30. Today, I re-read the suicide letter I wrote on the afternoon of September 2nd 1996 about two minutes before my girlfriend showed up at my door and told me, “I’m pregnant.” Suddenly I felt I had a reason to live. Today she’s my wife. We’ve been happily married for 14… Continue reading Reblog: 30 Incredibly Short Love Stories That Are Better Than Any Movie