I have recently noticed how ‘random’ my blog might seem to a new visitor to my Home page so over recent weeks I have added extra pages on each of the main subjects I cover in my posts. Social History/Genealogy, Mental Health, John Keats, and a page dedicated to my entries for ‘a river of stones...’ make it easier to navigate to posts of interest if you are here for the first time. They are all just under the header at the top of the page. Of course – I will continue to be completely random on occasion and everything will still be on my home page anyway so do feel free just to pop over and browse!
Recently on no more wriggling…
- Talking Books on why we should all want ‘Little Creative Days’ for our children
- Introducing ‘Shell Shocked Britain’: how war trauma casts a shadow across a century
- In which Talking Books is ‘Blessed by Magpies’, and poet Paul Tobin
- Editing as the ‘last act’ of writing: Louise Bogan on taking words to heart
- Tie a yellow ribbon round your own Barnaby…
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