Strictly Come Dancing – the Sunday deception

I posted  about this a while ago after Claudia Winkelman’s daughter had her horrendous accident on Halloween which led to convolutions on the show and in the press as they tried not to give the game away. Claudia was ‘still’ with her daughter on Sunday so couldn’t be in the so-called live show. As the seriousness of the incident propelled that news out of the entertainment columns and into the mainstream, journalists were apparently compelled (or felt themselves so) to start using phrases such as ‘Claudia had to miss both shows’ in order to get around the truth, which is … Continue reading Strictly Come Dancing – the Sunday deception

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‘Meeting Lydia’ by Linda MacDonald now in audio

You might recall I reviewed this book when it first came out in paperback, well now it’s out as an audiobook and the clip suggests a deservedly professional performance. Here it is: And here’s the press release: P R E S S R E L E A S E AUDIOBOOK EDITION MEETING LYDIA GOES AUDIO Linda MacDonald’s first novel Meeting Lydia is about the powerful long term effects of school bullying and of internet relationships. First released in 2011, it has now been abridged and turned into an audiobook, narrated by talented voice actress Harriet Carmichael. When Marianne comes home … Continue reading ‘Meeting Lydia’ by Linda MacDonald now in audio

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The Recovery Letters

The Recovery Letters are all written with the intention to try and alleviate some of the pain of depression, to make the loneliness slightly more bearable and above all to give hope that you can recover. We see recovery as self defined but can include living alongside symptoms or being symptom free, being stable on medication or medication free but most of all living a life with some meaning. [They] are written from people recovering from depression, addressed to those currently suffering. More about this on my other blog Continue reading The Recovery Letters

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