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30 Day Writing Challenge - Day 16

Hey guys, sorry I’m behind again but if you want to know what I’ve been up to the past week you can check out my main blog here. 138 more words

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Remembering Dot Turk, My Charming Guide to Leland, Mississippi

I was sad to learn of the passing of Dorothy Love Turk, who died earlier this month at the age of 88.  Dorothy — or “Dot” as she insisted I and everyone else call her — was one of the very first people I contacted when I began my research on Jim Henson back in 2010.   311 more words

Jim Henson

Remembering Mrs Neela Katary

It was with much sadness that I learnt of the passing of Mrs Katary in Bangalore on 28th April. Our family was on vacation and on 27th April I received a message from a school friend, in which she mentioned that Mrs Katary and her husband were in  road accident and that she was critically injured. 402 more words

Life

Another—So Long

“Everybody else is working to change, persuade, tempt and control them. The best readers come to fiction to be free of all that noise.” Philip Roth, 1933-2018… 101 more words

Thoughts

Philip Roth

I’ve spent a lot of hours with Philip Roth over the years. Sorry to see him go.

When it was first published, I reviewed The Anatomy Lesson… 37 more words

Tuesday 22.05.18

Didn’t sleep very well last night and was up and about very early morning, after the sunshine yesterday it was a very dull and overcast morning, had coffee and breakfast before taking ruby out for a nice walk around Arrowe Park, when I got home it was time to get ready for Margret’s funeral, all in all it was a really nice send off and a good turn out at the church and crematorium, at the reception it was nice to hear everyone exchanging fun stories, we got home early evening after a quick pint in the… 13 more words

Every Day Stuff

RIP Clint Walker

Giant soft spoken and likable western star battled bad guys, Nazis, rogue bulldozers and grizzly bears of filmdom.

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