Answers and miscellaneous

I might have posted this week on how pleasant (albeit chilly) it is to eat breakfast at newly-reopened cafés along Beeston High St, but this blog has spent a year trying to keep off the subject of coronavirus, so I won’t. Instead, here is a...

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Quiz for the holidays

It's Good Friday, and perhaps I should give you something spiritual - but you have many other sources for that. So - I love literary quizzes. They come in many topics, but I haven’t seen this one done before. We all know that Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy...

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That time again!

I apologise for rehashing an old post this week. I feel busy. But today is the first Friday in March, and therefore the World Day of Prayer service. It wasn't of course in person in Beeston Methodist Church, but held by zoom, with downloaded music. The concept...

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Trials and smiles of an author (9)

[Apologies for this post being a day late.] Well, how are things going? There are three things to say: The Ragaris Fortnight sold 18 books (up to the end of October): 10 paperback volumes that I sold in person, and 8 online, 7 of the 8 Kindle. Hopefully...

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Repentance

I have been thinking lately about repentance. It has surprised me considerably that during this last year’s seemingly endless stream of new horrors, there have been few calls – to my knowledge – for us all to repent to save ourselves from divine wrath, even from...

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Books 2020

You know when you’ve read a book, and you really want to tell people about it? This blog does claim to be “booky,” and so as the year staggers to its end, I thought I’d ponder and discuss what I’ve been reading in 2020 (not necessarily...

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