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Review of Dread Nation by Justina Ireland

Dread Nation by Justina Ireland. ★★★★1/2

At the battle of Gettysburg, the dead began to walk, changing history forever. Jane McKeene was born only a few days after that historic event, and she has never known a world where humanity isn’t threatened by the ravenous hunger of their own dead. 625 more words


All the feels at Sensibility Festival

‘A celebration of the senses’ (Sense, 2018) festival organised in partnership with Sense (the organisation that supports deaf-blind people) and MAC Birmingham.

A Sensory Labyrinth at Touchbase Pears, Sense’s venue, which ended in a chillout garden, really did engage all the senses, with light effects, textiles, textures, film, sounds, song, dance, movement and interestingly flavoured chocolates and jellies! 112 more words


Inclusive Exclusivity

Inclusive Exclusivity started with a story—one story.

“A woman who had known me my whole life, who trusted me to teach children, who thought I was smart and kind and good with kids, found it appropriate to ask me to separate from someone who was, as far as she was concerned, just a friend. 338 more words


Can we make our world
More lovingly inclusive
One smile at a time

May 2018


The Road Less Traveled

Jesus had to go through Samaria. – John 4:4

There were two routes Jesus could have taken on his journey from Judea to Galilee. The quickest way was to head straight north and travel through Samaria.

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5 Minute Reflections

'I have a dark and expensive fetish. I download pop songs on ITunes' - Monster Prom, 2018

Good morning everyone! Hope that you all had a good weekend. Did you watch the Eurovision Song Contest? I am watching it as I write this post – my current thoughts are it’s a bit more boring than the previous years, but still watchable. 540 more words


Rugby, love or addiction?

This blog post was written by rugby Dad, not writer dad. Little bit different to what we’re normally going to post, but give it a try! 1,530 more words