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Running Scenarios

You can predict the future! And the future is now! Let me explain…

The idea or concept of “running scenarios” is something that I became really familiar with when I was doing financial analysis for real estate development projects. 1,861 more words

Review - Life after Life

Kate Atkinson’s books are always a joy, and her latest paperback is not only no exception, but quite possibly her best to date. It’s not a book to be read over many days or you’ll lose track, but over a couple – wonderful. 559 more words


The Year in Books | September

September has arrived, bringing the season of dreamy morning mists, mellow sunshine and good intentions for projects to fill the coming longer nights. So far my September intentions are: 563 more words


Life After Life (Audio)

Yesterday at work I finished Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life.

This is the story of Ursula Todd and her death. Over and over. It starts off with who you assume is Ursula sitting at a table in what you presume is in Germany. 175 more words


Life After Life

Title: Life After Life

Author:  Kate Atkinson

Published: April 2013, Reagan Arthur Books

Source: Amazon Kindle store

From goodreads:

“On a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born, the third child of a wealthy English banker and his wife.

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Book Review

Life after life

I was like you. A modern man in a modern world living by modern standards of modern expectations. Living by standards imposed. By principles I never agreed to. 354 more words


A Reader's Diary, 27 August 2014

A footnote in one book led me to buy another, an obscure seventeenth century publication known as The Overburian Characters. Most of us know Elizabethan and Jacobean literature for its poetry and plays, not for its prose. 885 more words