Barbican & Community Libraries
“And so, it had all begun, very precisely, on the morning of the 28th of January 1936, in Arkhangelsk. 969 more words
13 hours ago
Ginge in Germany
I’m not high up enough in the food chain to have my memoirs published or to have my diaries forged. I do, however, have many a quiet evening on my own. 517 more words
1 day, 3 hours ago
My fellow bloggers, are you ever stuck for a topic to write about?
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Have a topical day, won’t you! 8 more words
2 days, 5 hours ago
Unless you are hyperlexic, you’ll sometimes be wondering what a word means, even if you are a native speaker of English.
So to help you along, here is one of my favourite websites, which covers both British and American English. 52 more words
Sunray served 22 years in the British Army’s Royal Armoured Corps. But he was also a PARA. Not Parachute Regiment. PARA-noid.
His motto (which he repeated to me on a regular basis): 359 more words
3 days, 8 hours ago
What did people do to edit pictures in the days before Photoshop? Let me enlighten you, if I may.
Sunray was always a creative type. He always loved his black marker pen (Deutsch: Edding). 187 more words
3 days, 10 hours ago
Bob's Writing Blog
Or is it might…?
It can be a bit of a bugger. On the face of it, dead simple. May equals permission, might equals uncertainty. 1,089 more words
5 days, 11 hours ago