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12 April 1941: Malta Swordfish and Destroyers Pursue Axis Convoy

Malta – World War 2. First visit to maltagc70? CLICK HERE

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Janus: Zombies versus Dinosaurs by James Livingood

Where I Got It: Review copy

Narrator: Randal Schaffer

Publisher: Paperbackward (2016)

Length: 5 hours 33 minutes

Series: Book 2 Zombies vs. Dinosaurs

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Deity of the Month: MARS

Originally an Italian god of agriculture and guardian of fields and boundaries, Mars was later connected to the Greek god of war, Ares. Mars was considered the god of warfare, as opposed to the goddess Minerva, the Roman equivalent of Athena, who was associated with military strategy. 157 more words


Janus Pathway

I toured the gardens a week ago and came across this pathway. The statues placed on both sides are two sided.

Janus is the Roman God that looks to both the past and future. 52 more words


The thing about January...

At the start of every new year I truly believed that we, as humans, were gifted a brand new blank canvas by the Gods. While many may think this belief is a load of the proverbial, while researching this blog I discovered that “January” was named after “Janus” the God of beginnings and transitions #apologyaccepted #illtakemybow. 812 more words


The Light Between Oceans

A review of the book by M. L. Steadman.

At the end of the first world war, a young Australian, Tom Sherbourn, trying to forget the horrors he witnessed and took part in takes a job on the lighthouses. 316 more words