Bookish – June 2020

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Welcome back bookworms, what have you been reading this past month? Any of my recommendations? If the answer is yes, then you're in luck because...

Colouring for the Gha

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Vivien Mesilio was watching husband Ernest doodling one day, when she peered a little closer over his shoulder to ask what he was up...

Penelope’s Adventures

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From Saturday mornings’ pastime to children’s book series, Therese and Penelope Caruana’s project is growing steadily, with two illustrated stories already published and a...

Bookish… May 2020

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So, as you’re probably aware, we all now have a lot more free time (except for our editor Sophie, who’s rushed off her feet)....

A Four-Day Lent is Long Enough.

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BY THE LATE, AND LOVED, PETER SCHIRMER ‘I thought you were going to stop drenching your fish and chips in vinegar during Lent?’ Hera’s greeting...

Bookish… April 2020

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Welcome back! This month there is a theme (sort of) for the books I’m recommending: the human experience. That is to say that although...

Bookish… March 2020

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Welcome back! It's March already (how it is March already? That is insane!) and on the 8th is International Women's day. Coincidentally, my three...

Trenches

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By Jasmin Griffiths I have come to the realisation that I am dead. Maybe not ‘dead’ as we know it but I’m not air-breathing-water-drinking alive...

Bookish… February 2020

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It’s February, and that means it’s Valentine’s day! You either felt some strange excitement at that statement, or you rolled your eyes. Well, there...

Climate Change & Carbon Footprints

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‘Climate change and carbon footprints… Mark my words, those will be the buzz-words for the new decade, and I’ve a good mind to write...