After all of the climbing yesterday, I wanted a flatter, easier ride today. After stopping at the club to fill my bottles, I headed south to the river delta, and west along the north arm of the Fraser River. 385 more words
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(21 April 2015, The Australian, p27, Don Stammer)
‘From their lows around March 2009, sharemarkets in advanced economies have delivered strong returns. These gains rank among the longest-lasting and least-volatile bull markets of all times — and perhaps the least-heralded. 70 more words
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Headwinds, Lindsay Pope’s first collection of poetry, straddles the Beaufort Scale, shifting between gentle breeze and storm. There is clowning-around and domesticity, hymeneal prayer and gardening. 294 more words
One year ago this week I proudly debuted my first novel at the bookstore in my hometown. Yes, Durham is 3,500 miles away from where I live now, so The Regulator didn’t figure to loom large in my new author “career.” But this week, as The Regulator hosted an event for my second book, I realized it had taught me a lesson. 369 more words