Tagged: Sai-Ko

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Gabriela Harding

Gabriela Harding Gabriela currently lives in London, is married and has a young son. This is her first book of short stories. Gabriela’s first published book book is Santa Claws, a book for young...

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Cherry Trees

I recently wrote a review about 3AM Wonder Paranoia and the restless night (Angela Kingston). 3AM is said to be the time in novels and storytelling when things happen in the night. Well I...

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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...

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Romania

Romania has had a tough past – it’s leaders recognised for their excesses (shoes in 1989 vs 2015) No doubt the most famous Romanian is Dracula who has been the feature of many books,...

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Snakes

Snakes are slimy creepy creatures, often misunderstood say those who love them. Our nephew plans to become a snake specialist when he’s older – I’m not yet convinced but am pleased his mother has...

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Inside the mind of a crime writer

On 30 August 2017, I attended an evening with Tess Gerritsen of Rizzoli and Isles fame. Having watched most of the series, before my recent phase of not watching television, I was intrigued to...

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Sugar sweet symphony

“What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice and all things nice” is how the rhyme goes. I’m not so sure little girls are all that sweet, or ever were. I could be...

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Christmas mentions

Christmas reading from TSL – books which mention Christmas for any time of the year. Some come with a warning – they are not the lighthearted reads you might expect about Christmas. visiting Miss...