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My Bookshelf 20/3/2015

The World that Made New Orleans by Ned Sublette

My family is from the city and I studied Louisiana history at school, but boy did I learn a lot reading this engaging and well-written book. 521 more words

Lifelong Learning

The latest Gossip & Tales


Just thought I’d post a link to the latest edition of Gossip & Tales, the newsletter of the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales & Fantasy. 185 more words

Literary Festival in Charroux; August 2015

Folllowing on from publishing my ‘Whats on in Poitou-Charentes’ post which has now over 100 different events listed for this year, I was contacted by one of my Facebook ‘friends’ and informed of an event I had omitted from the list. 257 more words


Get back to work!

After over a year on mainly maternity leave it was my first day back at work on Thursday. It was…odd. In some ways, I didn’t feel like I’d been away, and in other ways I felt all at sea. 255 more words

Libraries & Librarianship

Review - Labyrinth

Labyrinth – Kate Mosse

Orion, 2006

Originally published in 2005

In the summer of 2005, Alice Tanner arrives in France for a working holiday at an archaeological dig in the French Pyrenees. 245 more words


Week 77: Boxes

As part of the valiant struggle to achieve a sleek and organised life, I have spent much of the last week going through boxes of papers. 726 more words

Gossip & Tales - December / January

Hi there,

I’m afraid I haven’t been able to post here as often as I would like just recently, as there have been other things going on in my life which I’ve had to take care of, but here is a link to the latest edition of… 93 more words