Monthly Archives: January 2014

On re-reading

My Twitter timeline today contained a link to a blog post by Leigh Kramer, on the topic of re-reading books, and this has inspired my own comments here.  It was a sad day for me when I realised that I … Continue reading

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Anna (Advent Book Club 3 Jan)

(I’m taking part in the Twitter #adventbookclub, which extends from Advent through Christmas and into Epiphany. We are reading “Beginnings and Endings” by Maggi Dawn. My reflections on these will sometimes be put in a blog post.) Today we return … Continue reading

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ME and CFS

In my Twitter timeline recently, a few people have asked whether ‘ME’ (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Myalgic Encephalopathy) and ‘CFS’ (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) are the same thing. There are also people I follow who are emphatic (sometimes aggressively) that these are … Continue reading

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Thinking Allowed (Advent Book Club 2 Jan)

(I’m taking part in the Twitter #adventbookclub, which extends from Advent through Christmas and into Epiphany. We are reading “Beginnings and Endings” by Maggi Dawn. My reflections on these will sometimes be put in a blog post.) Well, I never … Continue reading

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Beginning and Ending (Advent Book Club 1 Jan)

(I’m taking part in the Twitter #adventbookclub, which extends from Advent through Christmas and into Epiphany. We are reading “Beginnings and Endings” by Maggi Dawn. My reflections on these will sometimes be put in a blog post.) First, let me … Continue reading

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