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Léirmheas ar Leabhar Dubh an tSneachta le Micheál Ó hAodha (Southwest Ireland Academic Press, 2015)

Tá neart leabhair foilsithe cheana ag an bhfile Micheál Ó hAodha, scoláire atá ag obair in Ollscoil Luimnigh, leabhair staire agus cúrsaí litríochta san áireamh.  768 more words

Book Review: The Last Rhinos

My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

I tend not to review books that are non-fiction, especially memoirs, because it they are more fact and life stories than anything else. 331 more words


What’s the point you’re making?

‘Two years isn’t a long time in your life, but at age 20 it can be significant.’

That’s one of the comments I received in response to a survey I did last year of 180 ‘Chalkies’, conscripted Australian teachers who were sent to Papua New Guinea as part of their two-year compulsory National Service between 1966 and 1973. 691 more words


This Type of Magazine Pays Well, and You Probably Haven’t Pitched There Yet

When you’re in line at the grocery store waiting to pay, do you casually thumb through the magazines on display? Chances are you read about the latest royal gossip, celebrity rumors and home-decorating styles.


Publication Submissions

Pure Soapmaking, How to Create Nourishing, Organic Skin Care Soaps,  Anne-Marie Faiola

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Genre:  non fiction

I was introduced to soapmaking last year by an online friend. she’d set up a website for her hand made soaps. 423 more words

Non Fiction

Between the World and Me – Ta-Nehisi Coates (2015)

When I happened to see this title at the library, I grabbed it as reviews of it have been all over the interwebs and I was curious to see how it read. 1,274 more words