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We Germans

by Alexander Starritt We all know what WWII was like from the British view point, but have you ever wondered what it was like to be on the losing side? I have many many times, my parents grew up during the war. My mother & father have told me many things about what it was… Continue reading We Germans

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March Round Up

This March has turned out to be the month of change not only for me but for the world. With this terrible Virus that is causing so much devastation. I must admit with everything that going on I have been struggling to read. I have been spending more and more time in my craft room… Continue reading March Round Up

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Staunch

by Eleanor Wood I have to say that I really really enjoyed this book, I didn't realise that this book was actually a memoir. The synopsis didn't give you the impression that it was a memoir as it's classed as Religion, Spirituality and Travel. I don't really read many memoirs as some of them can… Continue reading Staunch

Book Review, Monthly Roundup

February Round Up

Well this February it was Leap year hence the frog in this months round up art work. So ladies did any of you propose to your men? Let me know if you did, as I like to hear stories like that, especially seeing it's only a leap year every four years. I wonder what my… Continue reading February Round Up

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Olive, Again

by Elizabeth Strout I haven't read the first book Olive Kitteridge, from the synopsis it seemed as though it really didn't matter as this book would also stand alone. The only problems for me was that I just couldn't get in to this book at all. Even though the synopsis for this book really interested… Continue reading Olive, Again