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Book Review: Climate Change Is Racist: Race, Privilege and the Struggle for Climate Justice by Jeremy Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars Jeremy Williams is one of the top writers on climate change. His book, The Economics of Arrival, written with Katherine Trebeck, is arguably one of the best modern books tackling climate change and economics. His website – The Earthbound Report – is recognised as one of the best on […]
My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is my first Graham Greene book – not by choice but by virtue of the book having sat on my shelf for many, many years. I’d never heard of it before, unlike greater classics such as ‘Our Man in Havana’, ‘Brighton Rock’, ‘The Honorary Consul’ and, of course, […]
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Recently I liked the post of a friend who shared 7 things about himself which others might not know. What I didn’t know was that in clicking ‘like’ on his post this got me nominated to do the same. Now … Continue reading
I recently blogged on Writeoutloud about the books which were the greatest influence on me and thought some of you might like to take a look. If so, click the link below: 15 Books which changed me
If you’ve followed this blog long enough you may remember this: These barrels, filled with most of our worldly goods in Bangladesh, have finally been emptied – along with boxes and boxes of ‘stuff’ which have accumulated over the years … Continue reading
I have been reading this blog for a couple of months now and often find really interesting posts here. Here’s a random selection of facts related to famous authors and their books in honour of World Book Night/Day: Some Literary … Continue reading
All photos in this article post were taken by my son who retains copyright except where otherwise stated. A suitably dramatic title, I hope you appreciate, that could have come straight out of a 1940s science fiction comic – and … Continue reading