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  • Jittery “Spirit” Fields

    As he approaches the end of his remarkable life, physicist-novelist Alan Lightman is engaged in the time-honored tradition of making sense of it all. He attempt... Read more

    The 29 August 2014 by   Cris
    PHILOSOPHY, DEBATE, SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION
  • Marie Mancini and Louis XIV

    Portrait of three of the nieces of Cardinal Mazarin portrayed as goddesses, Venus, Juno and Diana, unknown artist. Photo: Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee du... Read more

    The 28 August 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • The Public Response to The Nature of the Chemical Bond

    Pauling lecturing on valence and molecular structure, 1957.[Celebrating the 75th anniversary of The Nature of the Chemical Bond. Part 6 of 6. Read more

    The 27 August 2014 by   Scarc
    SCIENCE
  • Windsor Castle

    Photo: Melanie Clegg.When I posted the other day about my forthcoming fortieth birthday (eek!), many of you expressed astonishment that I had ‘visit Windsor... Read more

    The 27 August 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • Book Review – Saga Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

    Saga is the story of Marko and Alana, two warriors from opposite sides of a galactic conflict that fell in love and deserted the war. Now they’re on the run as... Read more

    The 26 August 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Marguerite d’Anjou

    As some of you may have discerned from various mumblings on my blog’s Facebook page, I am currently frenziedly working away on a novel about Marie de Guise,... Read more

    The 25 August 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • Board Game Review – Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective

    Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective is published by Ystari games. It is designed by Gary Grady, Suzanne Goldberg and Raymond Edwards. Read more

    The 25 August 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Salisbury Cathedral

    Buoyed up by our amazingly successful visit to Wells, I decided to persuade my husband that we really ought to attempt a trip to Salisbury to take a look at... Read more

    The 24 August 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • Book Review – Red Planet Blues by Robert J. Sawyer

    Alex Lomax is the only private detective on Mars. The small town is populated by biologicals and transfers, people who have transferred their consciousness... Read more

    The 24 August 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Wells Cathedral

    I don’t usually post very much about Medieval history here but due to getting really into the research for my sixteenth century novel (which has led me WAY... Read more

    The 21 August 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS

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