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LGBT+ in classical literature

Since I haven’t personally come across a list of classics with LGBT characters and themes, I thought I would be worth putting a little one together for those interested. 462 more words


The Winter Wolf, written by Cliff McNish and illustrated by Trish Phillips

It gives me great pleasure to introduce this story by Cliff McNish. I was privileged enough to see it whilst it was being fine tuned and it is wonderful to see it complete – and accompanied by beautiful illustrations. 397 more words

Cliff McNish

If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.

–Oscar Wilde


When the Internet Gets Hungry

Has anyone else noticed that the internet tries to be dramatic? For example, today while trying to access weather.com, something went wrong and Firefox told me in tones of melodramatic woe, “Oh no the page you are looking for does not exist!  1,290 more words


Lady Audley and her secret...

One of the great thing of the many great things about belonging to a book club (friends, books, refreshments, gossip, books, chat, books…) Is being introduced to books you’ve never heard of, or have heard of but decided for whatever reason you didn’t want to read it. 344 more words


Always expect the unexpected!

Last Sunday the gospel reading was the feeding of the five thousand, followed by Jesus walking on the water. The feeding of the five thousand is one of the few miracles to appear in all four gospels. 1,635 more words