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…1950’s Dockland Govan, Glasgow slums’ equivalent of naming yer son, ‘Sue’…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
? ? …this ol’ Jurassic is not one of those who subscribe to labelling a childhood growing up in the slums of Glasgow as ‘the bad old days’… they were simply ‘the old days’… post-War Britain held the majority of its population in working-class city environments, all over the country……


Originally posted on BookPeople:
SCHOOL’S OUT FOR THE SUMMER AND WE’RE GOING TO MISS IT! ~post by Meghan G., BookPeople’s Children’s Book Buyer Now that pencils and notebooks are giving way to swimsuits and hiking gear, we wanted to take some time to highlight our favorite moments from school year 2013-2014. Between our book fair…

A change would do me good

Originally posted on write meg!:
Notice things looking a little . . . different around here? If you’re in a feed reader, perhaps not — but click through and check out the new digs! I’ve been wanting to spruce write meg! up for the last few months, but the idea of changing themes and recoding…

Writing as writing.

Chris Tucker’s One Shot One Kill Teaser

Originally posted on Darkness Dwells:
? Chris Tucker and a teaser for for his book ONE SHOT ONE KILL comes to Darkness Dwells for the Summer of Zombie Summer Tour 2014.  For today, I believe that it is also a freebie from If you like what you read here, then please go on and get…

Reclaming My Grace

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Reclaiming My Grace Regina Puckett No matter how hard I play Nothing will save this day No matter how many words I cry Nothing will stop your goodbye No matter how fast I run Love has been totally undone So here I stand in place Reclaiming my grace

Light it up Smoking Children

Originally posted on Photos/Words Stickers/Books:
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Andrew Peters

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Andrew Peters What is your latest release and what genre is it? It’s called Subtraction and is a crime novel set in 60s Las Vegas Quick description: The story of a somewhat enigmatic figure, Professor Mark Paris, who finds himself at a loose end, so decides to start helping people…

Mary Cunningham

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Mary Cunningham What is your latest release and what genre is it? Buried Treasure: The Advntures of Max and Maddie – After completing the adventures of Cynthia and Gus in the 5-book, Cynthia’s Attic Tween series, I began a new series for middle-grade titled, The Adventures of Max and Maddie.…

Rebecca Heishman

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Rebecca Heishman What is your latest release and what genre is it? My book is entitled The Misadventures of Millie. I would include it in: humor and family fiction with a hint of autobiography. Quick description: The Misadventures of Millie is a little book chock full of humor, love, and…

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