Tag Archives: Bedtime Stories for Grown Ups

Learning is a life-time experience

I’m currently in the middle of an Access to Higher Education course run by the University of Kent and am studying this at the Brompton Academy in Gillingham and The Medway Campus of Kent University in the old Royal Naval … Continue reading

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The Treasure of Fathers (and Mothers)

My Father died in 1989 and my most vivid memory of him is from the 1950s. He had  just completed 22 years service in the Royal Marines and he spent some of his new found leisure time writing a crime novel. No … Continue reading

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I’ve said this before but …….

It’s worth my repeating this blog post as I’ve now sussed how to add a picture. Doh!  I’m furthest right front. Lighter Than Air First Posted on October 1, 2013 by spmedway I experienced Lighter Than Air flight for the … Continue reading

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Indie authors have more control – Indie authors have more fun

Indie authors have more control – Indie authors have more fun … Continue reading

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Short Stories are more popular than ever

In this fast moving digital world reading a complete novel is not always possible, even for the avid reader. Short stories can fill little gaps and boost morale when intelligent people have little time to spare. Writing short stories can also … Continue reading

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