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My Week On Instagram #3

(Photo credit: Michele from Just a Lil’ Lost…)

This is when I sheepishly duck into the blog and say a “hey guys…”

You may have noticed that this blog has been quieter than usual this month. 441 more words

Book Club

Review: The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan, by Robert Hough (2015)

Musical Accompaniment: “Bully in the Alley”, one of the sea chanties in the Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag OST (Nils Brown, Sean Dagher, Michiel Schrey and Clayton Kennedy.) 870 more words

Books

Robert Hough's The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan, reviewed: It's the privateer's life for me

The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan
Robert Hough
House of Anansi
304 pgs; $20

The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan, the enthralling new novel from Toronto writer Robert Hough, opens with twenty year old Benny Wand being convicted of crooked gambling. 694 more words

Arts

The Culprits - Robert Hough

GUEST REVIEWER – Surly Joe

  • Title: The Culprits
  • Author: Robert Hough
  • ISBN: 0307355640 (ISBN13: 9780307355645)
  • Series: Stand Alone
  • Published: September 11th 2007 by Random House Canada…
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Reviews

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority choose Cllr Phil Davies as Chair


1 Mann Island, Liverpool where the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority met for its first meeting

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority choose Cllr Phil Davies as Chair… 1,810 more words

Wirral Council

Prison or Schools. Any difference?

I just finished reading a great article by author Robert Hough in the March 2014 issue of Quill & Quire, called “Book Club Behind Bars”. In it, he talked about being invited to Millhaven Penitentiary to do a book talk to prisoners. 540 more words

Books

Review: Dr. Brinkley's Tower, by Robert Hough

Musical Accompaniment: “Will The Circle Be Unbroken”, from the Bioshock Infinite OST (Courtnee Draper — vocal, Troy Baker — guitar)

Mexico: 1931. Across the Rio Grande from Texas lies Corazon de la Fuente, a small pueblo that is still ravaged from years of warfare, revolutionary governments and the ensuing crippling poverty. 547 more words

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