Tag Archives: humour

Sizzling book descriptions…

I’m back from the cave (actually, we call it Nanna’s room, for when she visits—otherwise it’s where I write.) I’ve finally pressed the upload button on Amazon, and Arafura – Unfinished Business (the sequel to Arafura – Blood, the Wet and … Continue reading

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Humour – Part 1 – A serious look

Firstly, a big thank you to the people who have followed my blog so far. Cyber-hugs to you all. XX Now to this week’s post – humour. The on-line dictionary defines humour as ‘the quality of being funny’. What one person finds … Continue reading

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LOVE + CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT = SATISFACTION

Compared to love, defining romance is tricky, a bit like being caught in quicksand. The more you thrash around in the various definitions, the more stuck you get. The World English Dictionary appears to limit romance to the world of fiction … Continue reading

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