Monthly Archives: August 2015

You’ve got to laugh

Laughter. Where would the human race be without it? Considerably sadder and more miserable, our lives more barren, methinks. After all, doctors tell us that a good dose of laughter on a regular basis is good both for our mental … Continue reading

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For children from seven to seventy

Never mind that this is intended for children (and if my grandchildren were still small I’d certainly read it to them) I really enjoyed this delightful first book in Susan Keefe’s Fantasy Farm Tales series. Told from the point of … Continue reading

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Awakening

So here now is my previously-telegraphed anthology. In a sudden change of mind, I’ve renamed what was previously Another Spring as Awakening, which is the title of a story borrowed from Convergence. Awakening is an eclectic collection of sometimes heart-warming, sometimes … Continue reading

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