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Who do you think you are?

The first two and half years that I lived in San Salvador, back in the early ‘90s, I didn’t work. I spent my time adapting, perfecting my Spanish, and learning from my mother-in-law how to cook, wash clothes, and take care of a house and family the Salvadoran Barrio way. 2,106 more words


A Walk in the Park

“He did not visit her for a week, then he wrote to her asking her to meet him. As he did not wish their last interview to be troubled by the influence of their ruined confessional they met in a little cakeshop near the Parkgate. 193 more words

"James Joyce"

Carl Finnegan Filmmaker - Interview

Filmmaker Carl Finnegan talks with me about his entry into film making, his first movie Two Gallants, which was adapted from a James Joyce story and everything in between! 39 more words


Dubliners - James Joyce

James Joyce is named, by some, as one of the greatest writers who has ever lived. Whilst I did not unhesitatingly accept these suggestions I did approach Dubliners with some trepidation and high expectations. 362 more words


Catching up with the recent reads

In all the craziness of the last 3 weeks, I never got to make any entries on the reading I was doing for class. Pamela… 460 more words

Divorcing Mum now at no. 8 in Amazon Urban Fiction Chart!

Thank you so much to everyone who has bought Divorcing Mum! Thanks to you it is now sitting at number 8 in the Amazon Urban Fiction chart! 19 more words

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Divorcing Mum in Amazon Top 20 Urban Fiction chart!

Divorcing Mum is sitting pretty at 19 in Amazon’s Urban Fiction chart on the day of its release – just one place behind Mike Gayle’s Turning Forty! 34 more words

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