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Wandering - Yorkshire and Haworth, England

Hello and greetings from England!  You might be surprised to hear from me, but I have not completely given up on blogging!  Even though it may seem like I have.   731 more words


Summing up my Pennine Way

It’s been nearly three months since I hobbled down the hill into Kirk Yetholm, since I rejoined my family with a heart brim full of emotions, since mooching around Berwick-upon-Tweed, since driving the 440 miles back to Weymouth. 1,199 more words

Pennine Way

Haworth Offers Tips To Avoid 'Tech Hunch'

GRAND RAPIDS — It’s almost Cyber Monday, the Monday after Thanksgiving that traditionally marks one of the busiest online holiday shopping days of the year. In fact, it’s gotten so big that the experts at the office furniture giant Haworth now refer to it as “Cyber Week.” 379 more words


Haworth and the Yorkshire Moors – the perfect setting for Warm Hearts in Winter!

This week, I have a guest post over at author Linda Huber’s blog, where I’m sharing some fabulous photos of Haworth and the Yorkshire moors  and explaining why I chose that area as the setting for… 42 more words


Week Commencing 09/11/15

Barely did any running last week, so didn’t think an entry was necessary (I ran 5 miles maximum). This week hasn’t been great either, but I have been able to do some exercise most days. 109 more words


Book Review: The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay ****

UK Publication Date: 3rd Dec 2015. 336 pages.

The Bronte Plot is quite a difficult book to characterise. On one level it is a Romantic romp through the best of British Literature but more than that it is about coming to terms with your own flaws, seeking redemption and recognising the things in ourselves that make us weaker, that make us less. 365 more words

Book Review

First review is in!

On Wednesday night, Dangerous To Know opened our doors to the public for the first performance in our run of The Dissolution of Percy and, as is always nerve-wracking, we invited press and reviewers to tell us what they thought of our work! 591 more words