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Fairy tales & Nursery Rhymes–Queen of Questions # 4

We are all familiar with the characters in fairy tales and nursery rhymes. As part of her QoQ series, Theresa, The Haunted Wordsmith, has asked us questions about some characters. Click here to see her original post. 1.Everyone thinks they know the story of Jack and Jill, but why did they really go up the hill? They went up the hill to attend the Summit … Continue reading Fairy tales & Nursery Rhymes–Queen of Questions # 4

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Coma—by Robin Cook FOWC with Fandango

The novel ‘Coma” by author Robin Cook was quite a sensation in the 70’s. It is a story about organ theft. Organ theft followed by organ traffic is a very real crime. To put it simply, criminals  procure human organs for transplantation illegally and then sell them on the black market to people who need them. Transplant, the surgical replacement of a diseased human organ … Continue reading Coma—by Robin Cook FOWC with Fandango

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Favourite Characters I Would Like As Best Friend

A best friend is someone who shares your interests, ambitions, ideas and experiences. A best friend is there to offer advice, comfort, congratulations, support; whatever you need and whenever you need it. Books are said to good friends. Like a best friend, a good book can provide comfort in many a difficult situation. While reading a book have you ever felt that a particular character … Continue reading Favourite Characters I Would Like As Best Friend

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Book Review: A Daughter’s A Daughter by Agatha Christie writing as MaryWestmacott

  Agatha Christie is one of the world’s most read novelists, Wikipedia calls her the world’s third best selling author. Yet not many of her ardent fans are familiar with the six books that she wrote under the pseudonym   Mary Westmacott. She wrote these when she was already established as a detective story writer hence the nom de plume for the books that she wanted … Continue reading Book Review: A Daughter’s A Daughter by Agatha Christie writing as MaryWestmacott

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Book Review: ORIGIN by Dan Brown

In this age of information technology, when news is old the moment it makes the headlines, when all kinds of information is available at the touch of a screen, making it to the limelight is no mean achievement. In this super-competitive, ever-changing world, what does an author do to get noticed? Looking at Dan Brown, many would say: write a controversial book. If you are … Continue reading Book Review: ORIGIN by Dan Brown