Monthly Archives: July 2011

Review: The Gift (by Cecelia Ahern)

I’ve chosen to start off my journey with a relatively recent favourite which inspired me to change my priorities and reminded me to focus on what is most important in life: Cecelia Ahern ‘s “The Gift”. Ahern is known for romantic chick-lit fiction with a … Continue reading

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Afraid to Care (an Inspiration Monday post)

She drew back from his outstretched hand.  The rain fell in light drops on her hair, dripping gently onto her face, slowly soaking her clothes.  His eyes were intense; filled with pain, hurt and love.  Such deep love that she … Continue reading

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Beach Hut Drama – creative freedom or conformity?

The beach hut: a small wooden miniature shed-like structure set along a promenade beside the beach, usually in a row of nearly identical siblings.  The beach hut is an iconic symbol of the British seaside that might only be surpassed by a newspaper … Continue reading

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