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Those Who Weep in Graveyards at Night

There's a lot I've come to like about this place, especially the staff and the old school pub that it is during the day. Friendships have been made here. But it has this Jekyl and Hyde thing: the fascinating, crazy, dangerous Hyde animal coming to life at night.

And right now, there's this bloke on the other side of the bar—the front bar, which is always roaring with its juke box playing Knockin’ o Read more of this blog post »
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The Faerie Queene
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Forgive Me, Natasha by Sergei Kourdakov
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During the cold war; a boy from an orphanage becomes an athlete and youth leader in Russia. Recruited by the secret police, Sergei and his team routinely brutalise Christians. One night, Sergei's about to belt an old woman with his club. 'Jesus! Forg ...more
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Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis
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This was a re-reading. This time around I found myself much deeper inside the mind and imagination of the queen. It was even more absorbing and intriguing than the first time I read it 35 years ago. It's a life-forming, life-shaping book. Probably sh ...more
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The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser
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I Dared to Call Him Father by Bilquis Sheikh
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Sometimes the authors of religious autobiographies don't seem all that grounded in ordinary human life. Bilquis is certainly not in that corner. Having lived with the pain of a broken marriage for many years she has had enough of religion. But she al ...more
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English Literature in the Sixteenth Century by C.S. Lewis
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One of the lovely—but not unexpected—surprises in this tome is that we find ourselves fully engrossed in serious reading and then laughing uproariously: caught in a trademark Lewis moment of dry humour.

The book is a real eye opener into the constell
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Studies in Words by C.S. Lewis
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A fascinating (and sometimes hilarious) exploration of the way words evolve and the dangers inherent in not knowing the pedigree of words; especially the dangers of reading our own meanings back into words found in old books. This is a book for those ...more
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It came after I published my first thriller, Mia's Magic Wand. I *so* missed the characters I felt as if they were demanding a trilogy
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