Tagged: Leslie Tate

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Don’t judge these books by their covers…

Don’t judge these books by their covers Trying to find an image to capture the essence of this thin novella proved exceptionally challenging as the most appropriate had connotations not aligned with the author...

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Out of the Ordinary

Out of the Ordinary Enjoy something science fiction, fantasy or a little obscure? Then one of these ‘out of the ordinary’ books might just be for you… and if you haven’t seen it elsewhere,...

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Inspired by 3AM

Inspired by 3AM Whilst reading 3AM edited by Angela Kingston, the following came to mind: Discovering that white nights (nuit blanche) refers to a night without sleep, I immediately thought of White Nights (the...

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Connections

Connections It’s a small world – how often are these words uttered? But it really does seem to be so interconnected. As part of an email conversation I was sent the following link: Johannes...

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Playing with history

Playing with History On the historical writing spectrum, I fall into the more academic category for the majority of history readers, however, for my academic colleagues, I am a little too casual in my...

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Leslie Tate

About Leslie Leslie wrote his Lavender Blues trilogy while attending a University of East Anglia Creative Writing Course. He is a novelist, poet and teacher, with an MA in Creative Writing, whose stories are...

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Ernest Hemingway

On our last day in Cuba, having visited Hemingway’s home – left exactly as it was when he’d been there – we chanced upon the launch of Ernest Hemingway’s Havana at the Buena Vista...