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Mission Control – Are You Ready?

My journey to international best selling author started with a desire to write a novel. I had already written two recipe books which although aren’t best selling, taught me about the process of self-publishing, most importantly how not to do it. To achieve my goal I need to focus on solutions rather than problems, imagine …

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Be Young, Wild & Free

Regardless of age a young, wild and free attitude has been known to keep you looking young. This might sound counter-intuitive but my grandmother was the perfect example, she didn’t look a day over 65 until my grandfather died, she was 83 and he was 92. It was like an arm had been ripped off, …

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At Home With The Night Jar

This stunning owl like creature has captured my interest quite unexpectedly today. I discovered its a Tawny Frogmouth Night Jar – such a beautiful colouring and feather patterns. Its soft demeanour encourages you to open up and be free with your words, you might even talk all night and why not? Its a night time …

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Towels Down Ready, Steady – GO!

“A towel, [The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy] says, is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have. Partly it has great practical value. You can wrap it around you for warmth as you bound across the cold moons of Jaglan Beta; you can lie on it on the brilliant marble-sanded beaches …

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The 20s Are Back….

The roaring twenties were a beginning of the modern music movement, recording technology was improving year on year. It was the dawn of an awkward time in the United States with the start of prohibition but also the beginning of a golden age in music and in Britain a beginning of jazz clubs, post-war was …

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