Order ‘Old Man on the Beach’ here!
Buy Sonali here!
From the archives
Who am I?
Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant who worked in Bangladesh until December 2013. I also have ADHD.
In these pages I discuss all of these things and I try to give you a picture of life in Indian subcontinent Asia too.
I hope you enjoy your visit. Let me know if you do!
- Follow kenthinksaloud on WordPress.com
Are you a writer?Follow my writing blog for reviews of anything I find helpful as a writer, plus other writing-related stuff. Click on the links below and have a look!
Check out my Writer’s Blog: Write Out Loud
Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari My rating: 4 of 5 stars The four stars I’ve given this book are, I’ll admit from the start, somewhat out of respect for this brilliant author rather than wholly deserved with this ‘sequel’ to his superb ‘Sapiens’. There are many passages which frankly […]
Theatre Review: Brick Lane 78 by Murad Khan By Ken Powell On Saturday 5 May, West Midlands-based theatre company, Purbanat, gave a special performance of Murad Khan’s latest offering ‘Brick Lane 78‘ at London’s Brady Art Centre. The date was chosen deliberately: 40 years since the murder of Altab Ali, a Bangladeshi textile worker who […]
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 (copy and paste - no spam please):
Search this blog
- D K Powell
- Guest post
- home education
- home school
- LAMB school
- Leaving home
- novel writing
- Rana Plaza
- Save St Bees School campaign
- short stories
- St Bees
- St Bees School
- The Old Man on the Beach
What I’m currently reading
Donate to Kenthinksaloud
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Tag Archives: teenagers
So a quick update here on how the homeschool adventure is going on. Socialising is going well. We’re getting on well together, both kids have friends coming round to study or hang out. Both are going to the local Army … Continue reading
Tomorrow will be Thing I‘s fourteenth birthday. It’s quite unnerving to think she’s that old already. If I think about taking the time we had in Bangladesh – a good 5-6 years – and jump forward that same amount of time … Continue reading
I think, as of last night, I’ve hit ‘the wall’. If I remember correctly, marathon runners hit this ‘wall’ just a few miles before the finishing post having completed most of the race but still far enough away that every … Continue reading
We had hoped to go to Dinajpur, our nearest city, last night. Our teenager daughter – lovingly referred to as Thing I in these pages – had asked that we take her and her school friends to the Chinese Restaurant in Dinajpur … Continue reading
Facebook has been, without a doubt, the single most important website in my family’s life. When we arrived at Bangladesh in 2008 Facebook kept us in touch with all our friends. In fact, I’ve got in touch with old school … Continue reading