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Caught in the middle

Hi everyone and welcome to this weeks blog post. This week I will be discussing power cuts, family politics, start of term and Infinity Crates. So here is what has happened and been on my mind in the last week. 809 more words

Everyday Ramblings

Recommended Reads

I was asked to recommend some books for readers of the The Big Issue this week.

Benjamin Myers
The Wake by Paul Kingsnorth takes as its starting point life in England during the invasion of 1066.
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Switch it off and restart

Well it is that time of the week again. This week I will be discussing iOS8, Phones4U, Scottish Referendum and the Global Corporate Challenge. So without further ado I will get started. 1,168 more words

Everyday Ramblings

Review - The Wake by Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy

As you’d expect from the winner of the 2014 Eisner Award for Best Limited Series, THE WAKE is a brilliant sci-fi epic. Highly innovative, both conceptually and in terms of its storytelling, it’s engrossing and thrilling from start to finish. 255 more words


124. Unbound: People Power in Publishing...

This week I am in my hometown doing little but research and prepare the launch of a Kickstarter crowd-funding project to publish my first book: ‘ 475 more words


Bealtaine Cottage Visitors

Special visitors today, as Paul Kingsnorth and Mark Boyle made the long journey from Galway to spend an afternoon exploring the Permaculture Gardens and soaking up the atmosphere at Bealtaine Cottage. 148 more words

Bealtaine Cottage

Etymology geekery

I am reading The Wake by Paul Kingsnorth and it is so fantastic in so many ways that I can’t wait until I reach the end to write about it. 571 more words

The Golden Country