Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jumper by Rebecca Scarberry

In another break from my usual routine, this is a review of a children’s book. Jumper is written by Rebecca Scarberry and beautifully illustrated by Terri Kelleher. Jumper is about a big red beach ball who lives in a toy store … Continue reading

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Creativity by John Cleese

As a writer, I sometimes get stuck creatively. I have  heard this referred to as writer’s block but it is not exclusive to writers. Whether you are a business person, an engineer, in medicine, the arts, government or an NGO, … Continue reading

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Life Sinks or Soars – the choice is yours by Rael Kalley

This review is a departure from my normal reviews of crime fiction and I would like to start off by saying that I never read self-help books… well… not never but not for a few years, at least. When my … Continue reading

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