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Finding Ian Rankin

I first became aware of Ian Rankin when I released my own debut novel. ‘Winter Smith: London’s Burning’ was four years of writing, and finally, April 2016 I independently released her to the world. 350 more words



Whilst still trying to gather thoughts together for a proper first post I thought it would be worth posting an introduction of myself, particularly as I feel that the purpose of this blog is interesting in and of itself. 348 more words

A huge line of Dominoes snakes through London and then gets knocked down as part of the London's Burning festival

The recent London’s Burning festival caught the imagination in more ways than one.  A giant series of events featuring some spectacular public art exhibitions was the city’s way of celebrating 350 years since the Great Fire of 1666 which changed the city forever. 426 more words

London History

A fiery & wet welcome to London

We had just arrived in London a day before, still getting our bearings in this wonderful town. Unaware of the festival of arts and ideas planned for that day in the City of London, we came across a volunteer suggesting we stick around for the falling of the breeze blocks. 297 more words

Fire! Fire!! London's Burning...

….could there have been a more terrifying way to waken, on what was perhaps a chilly autumn morning, that day, September 2nd, 1666 than to the words of Fire! 1,578 more words


LondonLife - Remembering the Great Fire of 1666...

London blazed again on Sunday night when a 120 metre long wooden replica of the city as it was in Restoration times was set alight to mark 350th years since the Great Fire of London. 130 more words


London's Burning by L. Katiyo

Photo – L Katiyo

The Fire of London in 1666 is considered one of the major events in the history of the city and to commemorate the 350th anniversary, a series of events are planned. 236 more words

Human Life