Monthly Archives: February 2019

Shall I compare thee …

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Another guest poem today, from novelist and editor Sue Barnard. Itseemed rather fitting, in view of our current unseasonably warm weather. A sonnet, in the style of a certain balding Elizabethan playwright ….THE FIRST…

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SIM Talk 6: Katharine Johnson

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
A very happy birthday to author Katharine Johnson, who tells us about a particular consequence of social anxiety in her own life and in that of a character in her novel,…

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What on Earth is UPLIT?

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
The Marriage of Uplit and Cultivating a Fuji What is UPLIT and why might it interest me? If you look up uplit in a dictionary, you’re likely to find that either…

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SIM Talk 5: CJ Sutton

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
A hearty welcome, please, for C.J. Sutton, author of Dortmund Hibernate and This Strange Hell. He’s travelled a long way to be here. Over to you, CJ. Taming the Mind Social…

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SIM Talk 4: Tom Halford

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
? I’m delighted to welcome Tom Halford here, today, with this most interesting and informative post. Misunderstandings in Comedy and Crime Fiction One common thread between the crime genre and comedy…

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