Monthly Archives: July 2017

More Amazon

One thing I’ve noticed with enlightening Amazon reviews is that when you get a good one, it pays to delve into that contributor’s reviewing history. I did so with my favourite of yesterday, the person at the top of the … Continue reading

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Disgusted of Amazon

I had something else lined up for today’s blog posting, but I’ve been quietly amassing more helpful Amazon reviews and one I came across today prompted me to take the controversial step of making a last minute change. It’s my … Continue reading

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Bromley House

I love libraries! Mine not being a bookish family, my first experience of regularly reading junior novels at home rather than school came about because of libraries. We are used to them as free facilities provided by the local authorities, … Continue reading

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Phew!

I have to announce to my legions of followers that I have an impending court date thanks to an outrageous infringement of my civil liberties. In this age of Big Brother and draconian punishments, I had been debating about the … Continue reading

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The End of Toast as We Know It?

First the terrorist attacks, then the possibility of war with North Korea destabilising the whole world,┬ánow this chilling warning from the BBC News website: They normally illustrate such articles with helpful pictures, but presumably it’s felt that they would be … Continue reading

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