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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant who worked in Bangladesh until December 2013. I also have ADHD.
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I said I wouldn’t do it. I almost wish I hadn’t. But I did. After bringing out Sonali as an E-book and getting some lovely reviews from purchasers, I was plagued by demands to bring it out as a physical paperback. In the end I relented. With my collection of short stories coming out soon as both E-book and […]
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Tag Archives: Differences
Mr J This is the very final post on this series of interviews carried out during the summer with four scallywags who all used to be taught at LAMB school before moving on to bigger and better. In a way, … Continue reading
I love playing the Tabla drums. You can be much more creative on them than you can on the Western-style Drum kit and the rhythms are every bit as difficult – in some ways more so. I have enjoyed learning … Continue reading
If you read my last main post you’ll know that I am doing a series of posts based on an interview I held over the summer with four of my ex-students at LAMB school, Bangladesh. Today, let me introduce you … Continue reading