Monthly Archives: July 2012

A tale of hardship

Let me tell you the story of Linda Cruse, a single mother who changed her life entirely once her children were grown. She is a humanitarian aid worker whose book Marmalade and Machine Guns is out in a couple of … Continue reading

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The killer idea

  Ray Bradbury, who died the other week, bashed out Fahrenheit 451 in nine days at his local library on a coin-in-the-slot typewriter. He described a future where books are banned and burnt. It was a great idea, written in … Continue reading

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