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# 451 : Tuesday 4-7-2017 @ 09:37
 
 
That's one of my favourites! Like a crime novel but with vampires!
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# 452 : Tuesday 4-7-2017 @ 11:44
 
 
Someone said :
That's one of my favourites! Like a crime novel but with vampires!

Yeah, its's great book.
Memnoch is my fave though.
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# 453 : Tuesday 4-7-2017 @ 13:31
 
 
Just finished Stardust by Neil Gaimon - a short read and not the most lyrical of writing styles but still a cracking story.
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# 454 : Wednesday 5-7-2017 @ 00:06
 
 
Lonely Planet guide to Ireland, time to look within while air fares have gone bananas.
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# 455 : Wednesday 12-7-2017 @ 17:19
 
 
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# 456 : Wednesday 12-7-2017 @ 17:52
 
 
She should have brought V.I.Poo.
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# 457 : Thursday 13-7-2017 @ 14:06
 
 
I'm currently reading Moby Dick, but have taken a break to read Graham Greene's Our Man in Havana. Today I also picked up the new Magnus Mills book, The Forensic Records Society, which I am very excited about!
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# 458 : Monday 27-11-2017 @ 16:07
 
 
Slightly disappointed with Patrick Rothfuss for not releasing the third book in the 'King Killer Chronicles' & giving us 'A slow regard of silent things' instead (I refuse to read it).. Thought he might have been struggling/procrastinating creatively, turns out he has sold the TV rights.. hence the delay..

Fair enough he wants too be rich, who doesn't.. but, a €20 short story..!!
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# 459 : Thursday 12-4-2018 @ 00:03
 
 

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# 460 : Thursday 12-4-2018 @ 11:46
 
 


Quite funny...irreverent humour, which as you can see from my username, I like

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# 461 : Thursday 26-4-2018 @ 18:52
 
 
Reading The Silmarillion.. Good Lord (no pun intended) it is tough going.. Thank god (again, no pun intended) for the Dictionary feature on Kindle, without which i would be lost.. I always new the work of a master of English & Linguistics was going to be tough.. But, seriously..??
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# 462 : Friday 27-4-2018 @ 01:30
 
 
I'm reading White Papers for Dummies at the moment. I'm trying to make it as a writer and copywriter. Also rereading John Connolly's novels. They're brilliant supernatural thrillers.
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# 463 : Friday 27-4-2018 @ 02:42
 
 
Someone said :
Reading The Silmarillion.. Good Lord (no pun intended) it is tough going.. Thank god (again, no pun intended) for the Dictionary feature on Kindle, without which i would be lost.. I always knew the work of a master of English & Linguistics was going to be tough.. But, seriously..??

I made a decent stab at this 20+ years ago. Cant recall if I made it to the end but it was incoherent (for me) a good chunk of the time.

The parts that filtered through were wonderful though. Good luck!

@Scottish Andy, copywriting for TV or Print? Or are they similar enough?
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# 464 : Saturday 28-4-2018 @ 22:50
 
 
On the path to enlightenment, by Matthieu Ricard.
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# 465 : Wednesday 15-8-2018 @ 23:38
 
 
Matchstick Man by Julia Kelly, the story of her artist husband Charlie Whistler's Alzheimer condition, stunning read that is un-put- downable.
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