Book Reviews

Hamelin’s Child

By D J Bennet This was a difficult read - the difficulty being in the story line, not the writing, which is excellent. Michael is celebrating his seventeenth birthday with a new girlfriend. She unceremoniously ditches him for another bloke. Dejected, Michael decides to leave, but not before he's approached by a man. The man offers to buy him a drink, which Michael reluctantly accepts - the man spikes his drink. Michael, under the influence, leaves the bar with him and is then persuaded … [Read More...]

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February Full Moon

It was a relatively clear night last night and a full moon, so I grabbed my camera and took a few photos. I like the golden glow effect on the clouds given off by the moon's light. The focus isn't right on the close-ups, I still haven't mastered that, but I'm working on it. Here are a few of the many.   They're pretty samey, I know, but the subtle changes are what makes it so fascinating! … [Read More...]

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Stereophonics

Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band that formed in 1992 in the village of Cwmaman in Cynon Valley, Wales. The band currently comprises lead vocalist and guitarist Kelly Jones, bassist and backing vocalist Richard Jones, guitarist and backing vocalist … [Read More...]

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