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First blog post

So, this is my first post.

I am setting out on a writing odyssey now, at 31 and having never seriously written before, because of a few recurring inspirations. 391 more words

Punk, Late '70s Fashion and The Wrong Trousers

Wrote a very serious post last time so a bit of a change is called for I think. If like me you were aged around seventeen in 1977, you will remember that not only did the musical landscape change quite dramatically that year, so did the trousers! 1,077 more words

1970s Songs

The Hanging Club

The Hanging Club by Tony Parsons

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I do love it when a new book comes out in a series I like, The Hanging Club is the third book in the Max Wolfe series, a London cop who somehow always has to consult Scotland Yard’s Black Museum when investigating a case. 138 more words

Books

Hladna Kaša

„Moraš da jedeš hladnu kašu”, rekao mi je jednom.

To je kineski izraz, kantonski, mislim. Iako je imao staromodni plavi britanski pasoš i bio srećan što sebe može da naziva Englezom, rođen je u Hongkongu. 795 more words

Lestat Gianni

The Hanging Club by Tony Parsons

My thanks to Lovereading Reader Panel at Lovereading.co.uk, author and publisher for my copy of The Hanging Club by Tony Parsons! To say I was excited to see this up for review is an understatement! 427 more words

Books

Virtue Signalling Celebrities - Silly. Virtue Signalling Government - Dangerous

When celebrities indulge in open virtue-signalling and Something Must Be Done-ery, it is irritating but ultimately harmless. But now political leaders and governments are doing the same thing, and it is deadly serious… 781 more words

UK Politics

David Bowie - The Hysteria, the Sorrow, the Frustration and the Hope

This is my article on David Bowie in Christian Today   – it is slightly amended because I wanted to tidy up a couple of things.  The article came as a result of a conversation with my wife, Annabel, as she gave me a lift down to the church.   1,466 more words

Christian Today