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Welcome Horror October 2016! Paperblog Pick in Culture

Welcome to Horror October 2016!

Prepare yourselves, Horror October is back! Autumn is the best time of year to read all of those books you’ve been too scared to open and to curl up on the sofa to watch you... Read more

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  • Easiest Or Happiest?

    Easiest Happiest?

    It was my 27th birthday yesterday, and what a year it’s been! I can safely say, the best year so far. Far from the easiest, but definitely the happiest. Read more

    The 08 October 2016 by   Englishwifeindianlife
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  • Author Denise Stout Visited the Will & Jane Exhibit in Washington D.c.

    Author Denise Stout Visited Will Jane Exhibit Washington D.c.

    Denise Stout is an enthusiastic Janeite who was lucky enough to be able to visit the exhibition, Will Jane: Shakespeare, Austen and the Cult of Celebrity at... Read more

    The 28 October 2016 by   Mariagrazia
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  • Holiday!

    Holiday!

    Imagine the dilemma. You live (maybe alone, maybe with your perfect partner) on a tropical island paradise - for instance the one pictured below - where each da... Read more

    The 22 October 2016 by   Ashleylister
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  • Phobias

    Phobias

    and Other Fears: Chopsticks, Teenagers and Peanut Butter Sticking to the Roof of Your Mouth Phobia: noun. Definition - an extreme or irrational fear of or... Read more

    The 03 October 2016 by   Ashleylister
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  • 56 Years of Nigerian Literature: Kiru Taye

    Years Nigerian Literature: Kiru Taye

    This month I am celebrating Nigerian women writers, and up next is Kiru Taye - who writes romance and erotica stories. And whether they are historical,... Read more

    The 15 October 2016 by   Bookshy
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  • Concert Review: Transcendence Ain't Easy

    Concert Review: Transcendence Ain't Easy

    Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Turangalîla-Symphonie. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Gustavo Dudamel led the Turangalîla-Symphonieat Carnegie Hall on Saturday... Read more

    The 13 October 2016 by   Superconductor
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  • Raising the Spirits of a Weary Traveller...

    Raising Spirits Weary Traveller...

    The New Forest is a lovely place to visit. Despite its name, there is very little in the way of actual forest, but sweeping swathes of pink heathland,... Read more

    The 17 October 2016 by   Kirsty Stonell Walker
  • Let's Take Off in a Motor Home

    Let's Take Motor Home

    The summer holidays of my childhood seemed to last forever and it was always warm and sunny. Day after day playing on Blackpool sands wearing cool, cotton... Read more

    The 18 October 2016 by   Ashleylister
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  • Loot Crate’s Dream Crate Challenge

    Loot Crate’s Dream Crate Challenge

    I’ve had a fondness for mystery boxes and surprise bags ever since I was a child. Our local Sanrio store would have mystery boxes filled with mystery Hello Kitt... Read more

    The 19 October 2016 by   Ashley Brooke, Kewpie83
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  • 56 Years of Nigerian Literature: Balaraba Ramat Yakubu

    Years Nigerian Literature: Balaraba Ramat Yakubu

    Photo of Balaraba Ramat Yakubu by Glenna Gordon via CNN. First up in my celebration of Nigerian women writers is Hajiya Balaraba Ramat Yakubu - said to be one o... Read more

    The 02 October 2016 by   Bookshy
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