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What Goes Around

By Julie Corbin A good psychological thriller. Ellen and Leila come together in a narrative that happens so often to couples these days. Not many women would go to the lengths that Ellen goes to though. We follow her on her chosen path, and meet Leila. Close-up Leila's not a very likeable person, but there's a history which draws on the reader's sympathy (well it did mine). Suddenly I was worried that Ellen may have bitten off more than she could chew. The end result is … [Read More...]

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Words that make me go ‘ooh and ahh’

  Quintessential (adj.) Representative of a quality, state … perfect. (This is one of my favourites) “In my generation, history was taught in terms of grand figures, men on whom the destiny of the nation hinged, quintessential heroes”. Barry Unsworth   Propinquity (n) Formal nearness in time, place, or relationship. (Got this from a poem … :)) "Loneliness is never more cruel than when it is felt in close propinquity with someone who has ceased to … [Read More...]

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Just found this band on Twitter, gave them a listen and think they're bloody brilliant. Debut album 'Growing Old Disgracefully' was released back in May 2012 and is well worth a listen. 'Cry are a rock band that mix fun, punk, metal and … [Read More...]

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