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30th September 2014 Releases

Happy Release Day to:

S. A. Bodeen
The Fallout (Compound, Book 2)
Macmillan Square Fish (US: 30th September 2014)
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Sean Cummings


In honor of the MASSIVE escape from the Maze (Long Kesh) that happened on this day in 1983, I give you this song – played very loudly. 15 more words

Irish History

The Smell Of Dust, this friday

Friday will mark a collaboration with Foce & Yet magazine as both present The Smell Of Dust, a event of music & photography directly from Brazil. 46 more words

Just Some Stuff.

Castles, mountains and food

The second day in Bled and this one is about sight seeing if possible but judging by the cloudy start to the day this means a relaxed breakfast and coffees to decide the order in which we tackle the day. 448 more words

The North

Lake Bled

This pause in the trip isn’t exactly that – more of a collecting the wits and seeing this big lake in the mountains. Lake Bled is an impressive sight and in the past it was regularly visited by General Tito.There is more to this place though. 363 more words

The North

Travelling North

The problem with days when we are driving is that they are slightly disjointed and yet throw up unexpected surprises. Add a dose of serious weather changes and a bit of excitement like aquaplaning and you get a completely different experience from the more orchestrated (but satisfying) stuff like the Islands. 508 more words

The North

To Yorkshire (and Lincolnshire) With Love

Well, there was quite the debate on the regional Sunday politics segment. Tim Iredale, interviewing Labour MP for Hull East, Karl Turner, Conservative MP for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, and former MEP and representative of the Yorkshire Devolution Movement, Diane Wallace. 723 more words