Tomorrow’s World

April 18, 2015

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How the future could look. The Amazon supermarket is just out of shot Picture courtesy of blogs.telegraph.co.uk

Tomorrow’s world is yesterday’s past Can you see it coming, it’s so fast! Technology changes all the time Life will neither be yours nor mine Computers control our everyday needs Dependent are we on its electrical seed The time will come that we’ll all wither and die And computers will evolve into a life form […]

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A Child’s Innocence

April 18, 2015

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Playing horsey with kids Picture courtesy of pinterest.com

Watching my nephew play today was a joy to behold For four years of age he’s gone from shy to bold The games he plays are wide and mad A child’s innocence and imagination I wish I had Today I was a horse neighing around Making him laugh, being the clown One minute I had […]

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Brick Wall

April 12, 2015

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bang your head against a brick wall Picture courtesy of www.themotherhooduk.com

Banging your head against a wall You wonder what it’s all for Every morning you rise and fight Another day gone that didn’t go right Yet another comes in its place Another with a two-sided face That leaps out of you and gives you a start That you worry about your sanity and heart Would […]

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The Call of Cthulhu Stage Play review

April 11, 2015

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The Call of Cthulhu stageplay as performed by Michael Sabbaton

Okay, this review is quite late in the writing for I have been a busy bee but better late than never as they say whoever they are. HP Lovecraft. The name is synonymous with science fiction and horror and his works have sent a chill through many and inspired generations across the decades. His monsters […]

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Doctor Who: Ten Little Aliens by Stephen Cole book review

April 9, 2015

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Doctor Who: Ten Little Aliens www.bbcdoctorwhoshop.com

The first of eleven special edition books for the 50th anniversary, this story, written by Stephen Cole features the First Doctor as played by the brilliant William Hartnell who started it all almost fifty-two years ago with his companions Ben and Polly. It starts with the Tardis landing on an asteroid. There the Doctor and […]

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The Strings of Murder by Oscar De Muriel book review

April 6, 2015

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The Strings of Murder by Oscar de Muriel published by Penguin books

I picked this book up by chance from my local supermarket as sadly we have only one bookshop left, not including WHSmiths or the Works; the latter of which does not seem to sell new works, and it was the only place that I saw it for sale at the time. I was of course […]

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The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien book review

April 6, 2015

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The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien Picture courtesy of blogs.slj.com

‘Oh no, not another review of The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien,’ I hear you say. Yes, there are thousands out there and I am sure I shan’t be the last either but each book I read I will write a review of and this happens to be the one I have just finished recently a […]

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