From the archives
Who am I?
Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant working in Bangladesh. I also have ADHD.
In these pages I discuss all of these things and I try to give you a picture of life in this part of Asia too.
I hope you enjoy your visit. Let me know if you do!
- Follow kenthinksaloud on WordPress.com
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
If you want to comment on a post privately or wish to commission my work you can contact me on this address:
Search this blog
What I’m currently reading
Reader Appreciation Award
Versatile Blogger Award
Inspiring Blogger Award
best tagsADHD adibhasi age Bangla Bangladesh Bangladesh Nationalist Party blog blogs BNP books Britain British Chakma children Christmas clubfoot Coalville community corruption culture Darjeeling Dhaka Differences dinajpur education facebook family fashion films friends Friendship getting published Hartal hartals health humor humour India internet Islam jamaat e Islami JulNoWriMo justathirdculturekid Kolkata LAMB language Leaving home life music novel writing philosophy politics poverty publishing racism Rangamati relationships Religion rickshaws Santals Shahbhag shalwar kameeze Sitar society Tabla teaching tourism trains travel Walk for Life War of the Worlds Wedding Whitehaven women writing
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
I’m not sure if this is a sign of my impending middle age, but I am finding myself more and more attracted to Radio Four when I’m in the car. It’s not the comedy – which is great, but … Continue reading
I suspect I’m about to get a fair number of people upset and annoyed with me here but I think that the recent storm that has been kicked up by Sepp Blatter is somewhat misrepresenting what he tried to say … Continue reading
If you live near to Whitehaven or intending to visit today or tomorrow can I strongly recommend you get a ticket to see War of the Worlds at the Civic Hall? I went last night and enjoyed every last … Continue reading
“No one would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century, that human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space. No one could have dreamed that we were being scrutinized as someone with a microscope studies creatures … Continue reading