Tag Archives: Ailsa Abraham


I always love it when my old friend Ailsa comes to stay. She is such an entertaining, amusing person. But her new book sounds more serious. I’ve just taken a peek at the Prologue, and realise it comes with a serious … Continue reading

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Another One Bites The Dust

And thank goodness! Roll on 2017. The last year is best forgotten for a myriad of reasons. But… there have been some compensations in 2016 amidst the predomination of matters medical in our lives. Four good friends hosted me on … Continue reading

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Bwye for Now

The title Ailsa Abraham has given for this little piece reminds me of a by-line, “Bwye the way…”  I used to have in the Karengata Chronicle in days gone by – 1984, to be exact. And a thought is forming in … Continue reading

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2015 in review

Happy New Year everybody! And very many thanks to my faithful supporters, especially Karen Charlton of Authonomy days, who kicked off the Author Countdown in April to help make my blog such a success in 2015. Thanks also to Jeff Gardiner … Continue reading

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I’d Like to Talk About Magic

I always enjoy having author Ailsa Abraham​ to stay. Welcome for another week, Ailsa – we love your magical meanderings. Near or Far, it’s similar. I’m very grateful to Jane for inviting me back to follow up on my previous … Continue reading

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My goodness me – the price of conversion of methane into cheap fossil fuels – is … the abolition of the established religions. What will Ailsa Abraham think of next! I just can’t wait to get my hands on her new … Continue reading

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The Business of Blogging

One of my many brand new experiences last year was the business of blogging, which has led me  to visit some fascinating virtual homes. At first as a new guest, I was apprehensive, not knowing quite what to expect or … Continue reading

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To Magic or Not To Magic?

I love it when Ailsa Abraham invites herself onto my blog. The subject of magic attracts most people (and there is plenty of it in my book!). I was especially interested in this sentence: “Some people need to suffer to … Continue reading

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