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Blogging: Modern Day’s Literature

Critical Interpretation of a Digital Surrogate

The original digital fiction of “Slice” by Toby Litt is a work of literature constructed by the viewpoints of two different individuals in the form of blogs. 305 more words


The House by Simon Lelic


Title: The House

Author: Simon Lelic

Publisher: Penguin UK

Page count: 340

Genre: Thriller, Psychological, Mystery, Suspense 

What if your perfect home turned out to be the scene of the perfect crime?

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Dr Chase's Squash Pie (more or less!)

For this Curiously Creatively post, I am back in the realm of old recipes (or receipts as they were called back in ye olden times). This time I have ventured across the Atlantic with a small book containing a collection of recipes by… 1,076 more words

In The Kitchen

Flipping Brilliant by Jonathan Chester


In this short, inspirational book, Jonathan Chester uses penguins to illustrate why life isn’t so bad. Through the lives of penguins (and Patrick T. Regan’s photography), Chester gives us many reasons to be happy and reinforces why we shouldn’t be bothered by those little things that can sometimes irk us or even force their way into slowly consuming our lives. 327 more words

What Should I Read?

New Book in Sea Library:

“The Edge of the World:
How the North Sea Made Us Who We Are”
By Michael Pye in 2014
Penguin Books, 2015

“In the Edge of the World… 534 more words


Jane Austen, a life - Claire Tomalin #JaneAusten #recensione

E’ verità universalmente riconosciuta che la lettura dell’opera omnia austeniana non può non essere accompagnata da un approfondimento biografico. E quale migliore resoconto della sua vita se non questo… 611 more words