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For Less than the Price of a Cup of Coffee

For Less than the Price of a Cup of Coffee.

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For Less than the Price of a Cup of Coffee

For less than the price of a cup of coffee we take you to the furthest shores. We knock on your door and take you on an amazing journey. Are you the burglar we’re looking for to help with a … Continue reading

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Durovernum Cantiacorum part III

Durovernum Cantiacorum as the Romans called it is a very ancient place. If you visit, which I strongly suggest ( for people in and out of the UK) this place has an amazing energy. A vibrant lovely aura which gives … Continue reading

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Canterbury Tales – Part II

It has occurred to me that since I have been spending time in beautiful Canterbury that I should write a little about the town and its long history. So I thought I should do a few Canterbury feature posts with … Continue reading

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Canterbury Tales

Sorry I haven’t blogged more recently but I have been down in Canterbury for my graduation and spending some great family time. Last week was my graduation ceremony for my PhD. Ceremonies are important in realizing things. So are uniforms. … Continue reading

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5 Point Guide On How To Critique Without Being An Ass

It has occurred to me that people have trouble critiquing other people’s work. In the past month I have witnessed a few different incidents with different outcomes. In my writing group one lady was worried because she had to critique … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day or why can’t we all just get along?

  Today is a very special day in Britain. It’s Remembrance Sunday. Remembrance Day is a memorial observed in the commonwealth countries since the end of world war one to remember the members of the armed forces who died in … Continue reading

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