Tag Archives: England

Lost in another world

I don’t normally rave about TV programmes; in fact I rarely (if ever) watch any TV other than with my family and even then only very select programmes. I try not to be judgemental about this. I have to remember … Continue reading

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A Year On: Wimbledon wonders and the writing life

I’ve been enjoying watching Wimbledon for the last few days but it took a Facebook message from an ex-colleague a LAMB school for me to realise I’ve been a full-time writer now for a year! Although I’ve been part-time writing … Continue reading

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A Very English Summer Fete

Am I the only one who gets excited by the thought of fairs, carnivals, fetes and festivals? I was beginning to think so until last Saturday. I’ve done many, many similar onusthans and picnics in Bangladesh for numerous celebrations such as the Bengali … Continue reading

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A Concert of Thoughts

noun [kón sùrt, kónssərt] (plural con·certs) 1. public musical performance: an event where an individual musician or a group of musicians, e.g. a choir, band, or orchestra, performs in front of an audience 2. agreement: harmony or accord, e.g. in … Continue reading

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Back to Blighty

I’m back! Did you miss me? I hope some of you did, at least. I certainly missed being here. It’s been several weeks since I was last able to post on this blog and life has been hectic to say … Continue reading

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