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Henry Blofeld Autobiography Review

Sports commentary is somewhat akin to driving a Formula One racing car: the task appears easy but reality dictates otherwise. Just as the jump from driving a normal road car to driving a racing equivalent is stratospheric so the leap from talking about a sport with a few friends to commentating for the eyes and / or ears of thousands proves equally as great. 1,213 more words

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Burden of Guilt by Steven Evans

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Some DECISIONS linger long past when they’re made
Some REGRETS haunt you ’til you’re covered in the grave
For each of us, GRIEF is personal and private… 339 more words


Shards of Honor (1986)

The first book by Lois McMaster Bujold is still my favorite from this expert storyteller. It’s as gripping now as when I first read it in the 80’s, and the conflicts it explores are still achingly relevant. 676 more words

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The Fever Code

“ONCE THERE WAS A WORLD’S END. The forests burned, the lakes and rivers dried up, and the oceans swelled. Then came a plague, and fever spread across the globe. 575 more words

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No Right to Kill by MA Comley.

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He stands in the shadows. Watching them.

DI Sara Ramsey’s life is about to change forever. Recently moved to the area and in charge of a new team, she’s tasked with finding a serial killer terrorising a rural community. 289 more words

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Author Tristan Drue Rogers Reviews 'A Taste Of Home'!

Appearing in today’s Herald Banner, author Tristan Drue Rogers give me the best review I’ve ever received!

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Toby Liberman is nearing the end of his rope. 139 more words

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Book Review: Stanley Will Probably Be Fine

Stanley Will Probably Be Fine by Sally J. Pla is a fun, fast-paced story about a 6th grader named Stanley and an epic comics trivia contest. 146 more words

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