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Bloomsbury - The Literary Heart of London

Bloomsbury is one of my very favourite parts of London.  I’m a little biased as I spent four years studying at SOAS, a college in the University of London during the 1990’s and in recent years have been spending quite a lot of time doing guided tours such as my Sherlock Walk or my Bloomsbury Literary Walk. 1,178 more words


Too Many Voices in My Head.

Shame and Guilt, they have a lot to say in our world today. They act like they control the whole of humanity and some would say they really do… but I would like to change that in this post. 1,114 more words


Finding the Hook in your Heart and Soul

I am an unabashed lover of all things Peter Pan.  Aside from the sheer brilliance of the story itself, a tale that speaks to both children and adults, I have always been fascinated by the many permutations and iterations the J.M. 745 more words

Waxing Philosophical

Spring break!

Spring break has arrived (and there’s only 10 inches is snow melting on the ground…)! To fill our days, my daughters and I plan to watch some great old movies. 266 more words

Children's Books

My favourite plays of 2016: a year in review

This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive list of excellent productions in London this year, but rather a list of shows that stuck in my memory for various reasons. 802 more words


Quote of the Day ~

“To live will be an awfully big adventure.” – Peter Pan


Review: Peter Darling by Austin Chant

Ten years ago, Peter Pan left Neverland to grow up, leaving behind his adolescent dreams of boyhood and resigning himself to life as Wendy Darling. Growing up, however, has only made him realize how inescapable his identity as a man is.

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