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Whose life is it anyway?

The debate about euthanasia (or assisted dying) has come back into focus this week (www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-32893689). Listening to the discussions on the radio reminded me of a piece I had written as part of my Reader (lay minister) training a few years ago. 1,462 more words

The World(s) that Pratchett Built

I have never spoken to Terry Pratchett, yet I feel he was among my dearest mentors, teachers and friends. Because though I never spoke to him, for over 30 years, he spoke to me. 1,024 more words


So, the little story that I spent a wee while creating and getting very possessive over…actually won!

I’m pretty stoked, shan’t lie.

I suppose I should get on with writing the rest of it then. 7 more words


Wyrd Sisters

Wyrd Sisters
By Terry Pratchett
6/7 stars

I am a huge fan of Terry Pratchett. I have read all of the his books multiple times, watched most of the movies, and quoted lines with my husband. 511 more words


For God So Loved...

For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him may not be destroyed but may have everlasting life. 927 more words


Duncan’s Reading List & Book Reviews: April 2015

It’s a dogpile of books!

No airplane travel this month, and I do most of my reading in transit, so only 2,700 pages accomplished, but a nice and eclectic mix of fiction, genre fiction, and non-fiction. 663 more words


So today I finished something I’ve been working on for the past couple of weeks.

I didn’t really see myself writing anything, not since leaving school, but recently I’ve been feeling pretty inspired. 143 more words