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Talking to the dead is easy. It's talking to the living that's harder.

Well I have to say congratulations to you. You have stumbled upon this blog for one of two  reasons. 1) a possible typo while searching for “The Walking Dead”  or 2) You have a deep connection to spirit and what they are telling you but not sure if you should tell anyone else however you are ready to give it a try. 384 more words


No 699 Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

I often joke that I am only married to my husband because of the seat I picked on a train one day. By chance I sat opposite an old school friend; we were both relocating to Dublin and decided to look for a flat together. 1,348 more words

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With a Little Help From My Friend

“Good-byes are only for those who love with their eyes.  Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.” Rumi… 1,160 more words


#83- Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

In a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born, the third child of a wealthy English banker and his wife. Sadly, she dies before she can draw her first breath. 277 more words

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

I didn’t want Life After Life by Kate Atkinson to ever end. Which is funny, because the heroine of this novel, Ursula Todd, who is a heroine in the true sense of the world, lives her life over and over again. 627 more words


Book Review: Life after Life by Kate Atkinson

Alternative histories and alternate universes have been staples of science fiction since there has been science fiction as a genre. Even serious historians have taken up the tropes of the sub-genre, calling it “counter-factual” history. 385 more words

Book Review

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life is one of those books that messes you up for a little while. Not because it’s gory or mean, unless you consider occupying your head for a few days mean. 785 more words