The Fight for Superman 15

The Fight for Superman
  Superman is not only the most lucrative comic book superhero of all time, with countless spin-offs into films, animation and television, but he was also the first. Despite being a worthy tale, the Superman saga pales in comparison with his creators’ struggles to assert their rights over their property. In 1933, 17-year-old high school ...

Tales from the Garden 8

Tales from the Garden
Book Review: Tales from the Garden by Sally Cronin   Sally Cronin is a superb short story writer. Her work effortlessly uses an uncluttered economical style to create charming classic narratives; rich in description and punctuated by subtle humour. Tales From The Garden is a book of 9 short but delightful modern fairy stories and ...

Thomas the Rhymer Review 6

Thomas the Rhymer Review
Thomas the Rhymer Book Review by Sally Cronin Challenge your senses with a rival to Harry Potter After 60 odd years of reading it is easy to get into bad habits. By this I mean sticking to the tried and tested with regard to genres and authors. This is not healthy when you are a ...

The Initiate 11

The Initiate
Book Review: The Initiate by Sue Vincent & Stuart France   I have only read spiritual writing as a tourist, never a seeker. Yet I am often captivated by the images the words conjure in my imagination. Sometimes it feels like a thousand lights are turned on inside, while I peer greedily through a chink ...

Nepotism – Truth is Stranger than Fiction 16

Nepotism – Truth is Stranger than Fiction
    My Aunt Violet phoned about an interesting article in a local magazine; submitted by Keith Roberts from Abergele in North Wales. Titled ‘Truth is Stranger than Fiction’, it concerned the coincidences between assassinated presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy. She thought it might be something for the blog. Talk about keeping it ...
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