Unique Handmade Pens And Rings - Ideal For Christmas Presents!
Looking for a Christmas or birthday present for the person in your life who has everything??
By Jan Rosser | 16 Dec 2019
Looking After Loved Ones In The Festive Period - The Meaning Of Christmas
Christmas, what does it mean to you? To some it is a religious festival and celebration of the birth of the Christ child.
By Anne Elizabeth Jones | 16 Dec 2019
Reviewing 35 Fascinating Facts! - Or Are They?
Some more alleged 'facts' that are circulating around the internet, source unknown. Thirty five of them in all. I do not know if they are 'facts' or not!
By Jan Rosser | 13 Dec 2019
Remembering The Big Freeze - Winter 1962/3 Where Were You When It Happened?
It has been a tad chilly these last few days and nights after our mostly mild November.
By Jan Rosser | 07 Dec 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Bobby Girls By Johanna Bell
My reviewers have been reading their copies of The Bobby Girls by Johanna Bell
By Jan Rosser | 05 Dec 2019
Christmas Capers (Adventures of L-Plate Gran)
It has been some time since I wrote about Little G and Small.
By Carol Hedges | 04 Dec 2019
When I mentioned a holiday in Romania, I faced incredulity and dark mutterings of “has she lost it?”
By Serena Fairfax | 30 Nov 2019
Readers Reviews Of Wren Jane Beacon On The Cut By D J Lindsay
D J Lindsay very kindly sent out copies of his latest book and I now have the reviews back to share with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 28 Nov 2019
Reviewing The Exmouth Floods In 1960
I was 14 yrs old in 1960. Our family were living in Exmouth, Devon & had just moved into a house in Park Road.
By Rosemary Ann Smith | 27 Nov 2019
Remembering My Interview With Dr Mark Porter MBE MB DS DA DCH
I interviewed Doctor Mark Porter in 2015 for my previous OAPSchat website. Mark regularly broadcasts on Radio 4.
By Jan Rosser | 25 Nov 2019
Synopsis Of Notes From The Lost by Cathie Hartigan
Isn't it amazing what can happen as the result of a chance conversation?
By Cathie Hartigan | 24 Nov 2019
What Size Am I?
Shopping for clothes is meant to be a pleasurable experience - right?
By Jan Rosser | 14 Nov 2019
Reviewing My Trip To Ypres To Visit The Menin Gate
I have wanted to visit The Menin Gate in Ypres- now known as Ieper for several years and we at last managed it earlier last month.
By Sheila Holley | 10 Nov 2019
My Review Of Hill Of Beans By Ralph McTell
After a nine year wait, Ralph McTell has a new CD out!
By Jan Rosser | 09 Nov 2019
My Review And Q And A With The Upbeat Beatles
I went to see The Upbeat Beatles at The Courtyard in Hereford on 31st October 2019. What a show!
By Jan Rosser | 07 Nov 2019
Reviewing Memories Of My Children's Birthday Parties Including An Indoor Picnic In November!!
On reading about one woman's ridiculously expensive birthday party for her child, I thought back to when my two daughters were young.
By June Tate | 03 Nov 2019
Synopsis And Readers Reviews Of A Long Dark Rainbow By Michael Tappenden
Philippa Iliffe of The Book Guild Ltd very kindly sent out copies of The Long Dark Rainbow to reviewers. Author Michael Tappenden starts off with a synopsis.
By Jan Rosser | 02 Nov 2019
Synopsis Of Wren Jane Beacon On The Cut
The Cut: In 1941 there were still many professional workers on the English canal system, and they referred to the canals as ‘The Cut’.
By Douglas J Lindsay | 27 Oct 2019
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Two young friends go to war, but only one makes it home. Why is he not welcomed?
In modern-day Exeter, Ros discovers what happened,
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