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Behind the Mask

A wise friend of mine once said that the internet acts as a mask; we can be whoever we want to be, project whatever image we wish and be a carefully constructed person who may or... Read more

Paperblog Pick in Culture

Art Flea Market & The Love Guru of Venice

Photo by A+A Gallery.For me, the fun and frolics of the Venice Biennale are over as I'm now back in my London studio, working on my next project. Read more


  • Audiobook Review – Ghost Story by Jim Butcher

    Title: Ghost Story Author: Jim Butcher Narrator: James Marsters ISBN: 9780147520456 Audiobook Length: 17 hours, 36 minutes Genre: Fantasy Origins: Mine. All... Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Whatsheread
  • “I Want Frida Kahlo’s Face Tattooed on My Ass”

    We recently attended Albany’s Tulip/Pinkster-fest, with numerous vendor booths. The first modern one was held in 1972, reviving an old festival; I was actually... Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Fsrcoin
  • What’s an Aesthetic? – 2

    The source image in this post is very much like the source image in my previous post, What’s an Aesthetic? Early morning, misty, shooting from Hoboken toward... Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Bbenzon
  • This Week in Books 13.05.2015

    Welcome to my weekly post, where I sum-up what I’ve been up to in bookland the past week. Now: Fairest ~ Marissa Meyer // The Testimony of a Hanged Man ~ Ann... Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Lipsy
  • My Writing Room

    In case any of my followers who aren’t on social media are interested, this week I had the pleasure of being Avril Joy’s guest in her Writers’ Rooms series and... Read more

    The 30 April 2015 by   Isabel Costello
  • My #TBR20

    Scroll down if you just want to skip straight to the pictures of books… TBR20 is an idea of Eva Stalker’s, with the aim being to focus on reading more and on... Read more

    The 28 April 2015 by   Pechorin
  • Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books Which Feature Characters Who…crack Me Up!

    Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish (click the link to visit them) who pick a different topic each week. Read more

    The 28 April 2015 by   Lipsy
  • Review: Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

    Genre: YA Contemporary Published: April 7, 2015 by Balzer + Bray Length: 320 Pages Source: Balzer + Bray (ARC)“Sixteen-year-old and not-so-openly gay Simon Spie... Read more

    The 28 April 2015 by   Littlebookstar
  • Northern Times Remembered: You Can Take the Lad out of Shildon, but ...

    Ernie and Sadie Randall on holiday in Scarborough (Sadie (Mum)'s sister, Jean, to Dad's right. My sister, Sandra, to their left Rather fancifully, I had hoped t... Read more

    The 28 April 2015 by   Colin Randall
  • First Chapter ~ First Paragraph (April 28)

    Welcome to another Tuesday celebrating bookish events, from Tuesday/First Chapter/Intros, hosted by Bibliophile by the Sea Every Tuesday, Diane at Bibliophile b... Read more

    The 28 April 2015 by   Cleopatralovesbooks


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