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“Clinging to the Wreckage” by John Mortimer

A short time ago, on March 20, 2016, I reviewed the novel Quite Honestly by John Mortimer. Mortimer’s autobiography Clinging to the Wreckage: A Part of Life… 280 more words

What if bikes were named for what really happens out there?

I know. I’ve been so serious lately. Well, life is serious. Except when it isn’t.

So, I got a bit of inspiration for silliness from a recent public relations campaign in Britain. 686 more words

Review: 'Username: Evie' by Joe Sugg

Okay so this week’s read is a recent one you’ve probably never heard of called “Username: Evie”, but you probably know the author and his team. 923 more words

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Πέθανε η Βρετανίδα ηθοποιός-σεναριογράφος Victoria Wood

Η πολυβραβευμένη Βρετανίδα κωμικός Victoria Wood, η οποία έδωσε «σύντομη, αλλά θαρραλέα μάχη» με τον καρκίνο, πέθανε σε ηλικία 62 ετών. 21 more words

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Review: Wannabe Porn Money & Mummy

RATING: 5 STARS 

This is Lauren Barnard’s third chick-lit book in her series, involving the adventures of Poppy and Jazz. I love Laura’s writing because she captures genuine emotions without sounding corny or over-the top. 159 more words

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