Harry Potter and the Cursed Child By J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne – A review ( no spoilers)

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It arrived a week ago. The Cursed Child, the book with its magical properties. The one that was much awaited, about the boy who lived and the man who now struggles with that label. We got home from two hours … Continue reading

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Book Review: After You by Jojo Moyes

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Louisa Clarke is vulnerable. She’s survived, only barely. Lou’s survived love, loss, friendship and the judgement that came with her decision to love a man so much, she watched him leave her; physically and mentally. When I read Me Before … Continue reading

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Book Review: Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave

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 Chris Cleave writes of war, relationships, jam making and blackberries with a natural ability to craft language into something so subliminal, this novel about World War II is an ode to the written word. It is my first time reading … Continue reading

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I quote Saturdays – Tolerance and Light

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Today, when Buddhists all over the world honor the Buddha and his message of benevolent love, compassion, light and non-violence, as they celebrate his birth and passing with lanterns and light, sitting, being, listening, I watch a tiny island in the … Continue reading

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Away

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Away isn’t always good when you want to be blogging, posting and commenting, but away I’ve been. Spring break, volunteering, teaching art and job hunting. I’ve hiked, I’ve read, I went to the beach.  We took photos –  they will … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Storm Sister ( The Seven Sisters#2) by Lucinda Riley

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Lucinda Riley’s Storm Sister swept into my home on a chilly, blustery day and I was immediately immersed. Cup of tea and chocolate in hand, I fell headlong into her exquisite follow-up to The Seven Sisters( Maia’s story). I read … Continue reading

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