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Susan Price
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Wolves and Monsters
Scotland's top-knot When
this blog appears I shall be nowhere near any electrical device capable
of displaying it. I shall be right up in Scotland’s top-knot and while
I’m up there, intend to visit Morag. She’s Nessie’s little known sister,
who keeps he...
Wolves and Monsters
Wolves and Monsters
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Review: 'The Lost Words' by Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlane
This book really doesn't need any help from me. It's already a classic. But I wanted to review it because I love it. I
wanted to read it from the moment I first heard how it was inspired:--
during one of the regular revisions of the Oxford Junior Dictiona...
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This blog is going to be a bit off-topic.      I'm in the middle of planning for several school visits and my mind is like an over-excited and untrained collie racing round a field,
barking furiously and scaring away the sheep it's trying to round up.     ...
Susan Price's 'Nennius' Blog
Susan Price's 'Nennius' Blog
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Thank you, Lev Butts. You have been an inspiration.     
My Authors Electric colleagues are always being inspirational and Lev
was the latest one at it. Before Christmas 2017, Lev did a blog on ideas for presents to give the writers in your life.      One...
Susan Price's 'Nennius' Blog
Susan Price's 'Nennius' Blog
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Crofting, Seaweed and Iodine
Crofters
in the Highlands and islands of Scotland have always had a hard life. Even now,
although crofting may be a more rewarding way of life, in many ways, than
banking or sales, it’s by no means easy. In
a past stretching back into pre-history, crofters ...
Crofting, Seaweed and Iodine
Crofting, Seaweed and Iodine
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How To Be Free - a review
  Life is absurd.      Be merry. Be free.   This sentiment appears on the cover of How To Be Free and runs throughout the book. It's a most entertaining read. Half the
time I agreed with  Hodgkinson's arguments so wholeheartedly, I wanted
to cheer. The re...
How To Be Free - a review
How To Be Free - a review
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Come Into The Garden...
This is the rather forbidding entrance to my garden. There is barbed wire on the fence. The gate is almost always locked. Few people see what's behind it. But you can come in.            My orchard, in its pots. There's a plum tree, a purple filbert, a Kent...
Come Into The Garden...
Come Into The Garden...
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Raring for a Grow-Bag
A violet, self-seeded at the pond's edge. And, below, a snakeshead. I watched the little wren peck its way across the pavement in front of my kitchen door, then vanish into the thickets of grass around the pond. A moment later, it flew out, trailing a long ...
Raring for a Grow-Bag
Raring for a Grow-Bag
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A Review of A Sterkarm Tryst by Penny Dolan
Penny Dolan is a wonderful writer whose books include the gripping and beautiful romp, 'A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E'.   So I'm thrilled to have this generous review from her, as she is no slouch in the writing stakes and knows what she is talking about.  You can...
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Never Throw Anything Away, by Elizabeth Kay
Never Throw Anything Away, by Elizabeth Kay
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