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The Perfect Homecoming by Julia London

The Perfect Homecoming is the third book in the Pine River series and it follows the story of Emma and Cooper. Emma is one of three half-sisters who inherited a ranch in Colorado after their father passed away – the problem with this is that none of the sisters really know each other, the ranch is in a bad way and their father was not the greatest so each of the women have their own baggage to contend with. 532 more words


Parliamentary candidate Julian Ware-Lane supports campaign to make sure people with MND do not die without a voice

Parliamentary candidate Julian Ware-Lane, Southend West, has signed the MND Association’s Charter in recognition of the rights of people living with motor neurone disease (MND) and has agreed to work with the charity to ensure people living with this terminal disease do not die without a voice. 247 more words


Three things.....

A busy week ahead, so a quick blog with three things to say (well four, sort of!)………

*Running: I completed marathon 47 yesterday, near Fordingbridge, in the New Forest. 361 more words


Motor Neurone Disease Charity Ball

I went to Colchester at the weekend to photograph the Motor Neurone Charity Ball. Jessica who organised the whole event did a fabulous job and the evening went really well which was down to all of her hard work. 89 more words

Stephen Fry, Russell Brand, and the Theory of Everything: Part 2

I have just returned from watching The Theory of Everything in the cinema. It was a wonderful example of finding hope and love in our broken lives. 1,046 more words

11 weeks to go...

I can’t believe how quickly the weeks are being ticked off. I am glad to report that last week was back to being another 100% week! 590 more words


The Theory of Everything

When a film is tipped for the Oscars I often go to see it with a sense of dread that it won’t be as good as the critics say. 220 more words