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Writing and walking

Hey everyone, how are you?

So far today I have been writing and walking, trying to up the amount of exercise that I do.

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Review: Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose

I’ve been a fan of M.J. Rose for quite some time. She always writes really rich and atmospheric novels of romance and historical fiction blended together. 1,167 more words


Published: Short Stories: Women in Translation (PopMatters)

August is #womenintranslation month. The reason this online movement began a few years ago is the relatively smaller number of women writers getting translated across languages compared to men writers. 84 more words


Extinguishing Everlasting Existence

When human lives are easily able to be upwards of a couple hundred years, dying is taboo and essentially illegal, forcing factions of the population to contests what constitutes living in Rachel Heng’s  297 more words

Book Review

Reading Preview vs Bolton Wanderers

Saturday is a big game. It’s vital that Clement and his squad kick on from the professional and comfortable win against Birmingham in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. 556 more words


Turning to Mysteries: The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz

British writer Anthony Horowitz cleverly combines fact and fiction as Horowitz becomes a character in his own mystery,The Word is Murder. Former detective Daniel Hawthorne, who is investigating the death of a woman who planned her own funeral and then was murdered six hours later, hires Horowitz to assist him and to write Hawthorne’s memoir. 102 more words

Mysteries & Thrillers