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Tying shoelaces

I sat back in a soft wicker chair that creaked as I moved, and opened my book. It was just a placeholder, something to do with my hands that didn’t involve the lonely worlds of texts, Facebook, and Twitter. 642 more words


Travel bites

The hungry traveller

The hungry traveller is frankly a touch too touristy to be offering a unique insight into food and travel.

It is great for those who have never visited the places described – Italy, UK, Greece, Ireland, Vietnam, and Australia – ­­­and they are a glimmering thought on the horizon for future travels. 296 more words


Romesh Gunesekera's stories of Sri Lanka at a crossroads

Even taking into account that hundreds of thousands of books are published each year it is always surprising to come across one so enjoyable that you wonder why it is that you haven’t read any of the author’s work before. 306 more words


Review: Dead Five's Pass by Colin F. Barnes

About Dead Five’s Pass

When a new cave is discovered in the Rocky Mountains, no one considered the terrible consequences that would follow.

A volunteer mountain rescuer dealing with the loss of a child, the break-up of a relationship and the grief of a rescue gone wrong, Carise Culey isn’t sure she’s the right person for the job when she receives an emergency call. 570 more words