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This is the latest entry in my themed series of blog posts in which (as part of my ongoing quest for greater self awareness and my continued personal and professional development), I pick a key word and write about it for a set amount of time. Leave a comment on …

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L2CiCS: Reflective Diary – 7th March 2018

This week in class we explored endings in counselling. We were asked to reflect on how we feel about endings, and what kind of effects they have on us. Some endings I like. These are usually situations or people or problems that are causing me emotional pain. No-one likes pain. …

Dreamscapes Myth & Magic

I have previously reviewed one of Stephanie Pui-Mun Law’s books, Dreamscapes Magical Menagerie. It’s all about legendary creatures and characters rather than fantasy creatures and animals this time around, and that means more human-like subjects. Some are based around astrological themes such as the Sun and Moon, some around folk-lore …

Reading list for June

The Timewaster Letters The Return of The Timewaster Letters By Robin Cooper I’ll include both of them in the same entry, as concept and content-wise they are exactly the same. I thought these two books were very funny. Basically, the books consist of correspondence between the (clearly mad) Robin Cooper …

Reading round-up for February

Or, “Stuff what I read last month”. Once a month is enough for this, I reckon. Writing up my thoughts on a scheduled day once a week would be too risky (I may not have finished a book that week!), and writing up my meagre thoughts as soon as I’ve …