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The Next Adventure

I have just read my last blog from the 26th June this year. I cannot believe where the summer has gone as I look out the window of our study at the strange autumnal half-light created by Storm Ophelia and the dust from the Sahara. 766 more words

Baking

Creative writing: The Haunted Dolls’ House

LYNDA WATERHOUSE

There are a few spaces available for this event. It is a wonderful opportunity to have a detailed look at Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, hear MR James’s chilling tale and create your own atmospheric dolls’ house setting for a story. 104 more words

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Keeping it Real

I read somewhere that the best pieces of art are those that possess the humanity of the moment. Every word written on a page is meant to inspire. 509 more words

Srishti Ghosh

Upper 6th Essay: Nora. Puppet or Puppeteer for OCR A level

This is a presentation of an essay by one of my Year 13 class on the title above. You will here conversation and discussion of the writing and are welcome to use the material as stimulus for debate or critique. 10 more words

Sweet Memories...

Yes as the title suggests, today I am going to share some of my most beautiful memories with you all.
But before sharing this I think an introduction is needed to mention how I suddenly came in contact with these things after a long time. 243 more words

Doll's House

So when i first picked up this book, it was because of its amazing back cover blurb: 

‘A young woman wakes up in a cold, dark cellar, with no idea how she got there or who her kidnapper is. 460 more words

"The Miniaturist" by Jessie Burton (2014)

“The funeral is supposed to be a quiet affair, for the deceased had no friends.”

I’m very poorly-travelled in the real world, preferring to do my travelling via literature. 662 more words

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