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Another Place To Die
by Sam North
The Essential Flu pandemic
thriller. Print or E-Book

The Curse of the Nibelung -
A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
by Sam North

'Chocolate will never be the
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- Sunday Express
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The International Writer's Magazine: Our Eleventh Year - April 2010 - Cape Town Welcome
Travel stories & guides
Politics & Issues
Ways of living
PEI Memories
J E Biggar

As a child growing up in North Central Maine, I was often called upon to act older than my years.  But there was one place where I was allowed to be a child and that was during our annual vacations to Prince Edward Island. 
Hakuna Matata a wonderful place
Marianne de Nazareth
As the plane banked into Nairobi I wondered if I was imagining it. The skies seemed bluer and the cloud formation breathtakingly dramatic

The Moa Stalker Part Two
John M Edwards

I was already running out of food and had left without my mackintosh. Worse, nobody knew I was out here.
The Serai
Marianne de Nazareth

We decided to take a drive down to Chikmagalur, to The Serai Hotel and Spa
for some pampering
Coconuts, Coffee
& Close Calls on the Mekong Delta
David Calleja
Dinh promised me that I would get a taste of the real Vietnam, en route to the floating market in Can Tho

Tax Day Speech 2010
NJ TEA Party Coalition Rally
James Campion + Readers Responses

The following is a transcript of a speech given by the author at the First Anniversary of the NJTPC on 4/15/2010 at 4:30 pm on the Hackensack Green, Hackensack, NJ.
Independence Day in Huanchaco, Peru

Carlie Sorosiak

Smash a mirror into a million insignificant pieces, and then quickly glue the fragments back together. The mirror looks different than before: less iridescent, cracked, but still polished glass.  Such is my life after two months in Huanchaco, Peru
Greece is the Word
John M Edwards

A Retsina nightmare
The Comeback
James Morford

Tiger, have you learned anything?
My Generation
Naomi Spicer
We stay young for as long as possible, taking gap years; anything to prolong entering ‘adulthood’ and getting a career

Wilton’s Music Hall
Susan Radcliffe

If you think London theatre is all about the neon lights and the velvet curtains of the West End, think again.  If you really want to experience something special, find your way to Wilton’s Music Hall in East London.

Original Health and Healing

Jules Kay

With spa culture gripping the globe, there are now so many health and wellness centres offering modern massage and indulgent body treatments that it is sometimes easy to forget the original healing powers of more traditional techniques

Peace Prints
Jeannine M Pitas
She did not even think about what she’d be missing out on by taking up this life. She was destined to live simply, to help those in need, to teach the message of peace by example
Life in Fashion Hell
Dean Borok on Fashion Show Mayhem

If the world had evolved differently, I would have been at the top of my industry, with a beautiful Manhattan condo and a luxury automobile. Instead, I am stuck in a circle of hell.

Shopping Hell
Don Bagley

I’m standing in a long line on the verge of a panic attack, the guy at the front of the line is trying to pay for his groceries with a Blockbuster membership card
REVIEWS Film & Books
The Novice
Jason Walls

Sunny days, strange clouds; on these days, I like to ride my bike. Pedals whirl as clouds convert my thoughts from one to the next

Studio Hell
Daniel Haight

I’m in the middle of Afternoon Drive. I have to read the news in a few seconds. Huey Lewis and the News are winding down on “Doing it All For My Baby” and it’s time for news on the quarter
Kick Ass
Daniel Cann review
This film takes a well-established genre and turns it completely on its head.
The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
Callum Graham
The second instalment of the chaos walking trilogy is definitely a must read book of the year. The Ask and The Answer is a raging cloud of anxiety, faith and a quick decent into darkness
The Marcus Sedgwick interview
Callum Graham

'My First Memory is being pushed through a graveyard by my Nanny'. Marcus Sedgwick talks about life, death and his new book Revolver to Callum Graham
Phillipa Fisher and the Stone Fairy's Promise
by Liz Kessler
Ella Measey review (age 10)

A good book for all those who like fairies
Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas infinitum - Augustus de Morga
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