14 October 2011

The Past

I've started looking through the archives.

This blog seems to have been running for an eternity, but it is interesting to look back and see the photos that started me off on the path to improvement.
The Irish countryside is certainly a colourful place...
From Photographe à Dublin

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13 October 2011

Where To Now?

The Autumn has brought the usual leaf fall that sends me out to tidy and clear daily. Not much time left over for literature as a result.
However, since the nights are dark, reading has replaced TV as the distraction of choice. The bookish people who now gather in little groups to hear writers read from their latest work are also good company. Last week we went to hear Alan Glynn read from "Bloodland", a complex thriller set on three continents. Paranoia fiction is seeing a revival, doubtless thanks to the psychological horrors being inflicted on unsuspecting citizens by corporations and governments worldwide.
It's nice to be tucked up indoors with a book that makes one think... Emerald Noir

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