Decision Making With Lionel Shriver

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12 April 2015 • What I'm Thinking

Knowing the right thing to do is something that I have been thinking about a lot recently. This isn’t so much a moral musing, more my thoughts on decision making. One only gets one life, and of course we want to do the best we can with it, but how can you know whether you… Read More ›

Life Improvement »

My Lack of Blogs

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It’s been over four months since my last blog post, so the first thing I need to do is apologise to all the people that are kind enough to follow me and read my blogs. Whenever someone reads one of my posts or comments on it I really appreciate so I do feel bad that… Read More ›

What I'm Reading »

Xenocide by Orson Scott Card

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Another week, another chapter in the Ender saga. This one carried on where the second one left off, merely thirty years later. Ender and friends have established a community where humans, piggies and buggers are living in relative harmony. Unfortunately, due to events at the end of the previous book, the Congress, who rule the… Read More ›

What I'm Thinking »

Decision Making With Lionel Shriver

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Knowing the right thing to do is something that I have been thinking about a lot recently. This isn’t so much a moral musing, more my thoughts on decision making. One only gets one life, and of course we want to do the best we can with it, but how can you know whether you… Read More ›

What I'm Watching »

Generation War – A Programme About Ordinary Germans Circa 1941

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I really do love the commitment the BBC is making to foreign drama nowadays. We’ve had Scandi, French, Italian, Belgian, even a Welsh police drama that looks really good. That’s not what I’ve been watching this week. I’ve been watching Generation War: Our Mothers, Our Fathers. It’s a German drama that starts in 1941. It… Read More ›

Fiction and Poetry »

Thrift (Friday Fictioneers)

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Copyright Renee Heath I’m the kind of person that believes all animals are equal, Animal Farm style. And yes, I include humans in that. Most of the people that nod their heads enthusiastically when I say that are vegetarians. I can’t think of anything worse. Apart from being vegan, that is. I’m also the kind of person… Read More ›