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Redbournbury Watermill and Bakery, Hertfordshire, England

Redbournbury Watermill and Bakery

On Saturday the 31st of July my six year old grandson and I visited Redbournbury Watermill, which is surrounded by farmland and water meadows. The latter provide a habitat for herons and kingfishers that feed on sticklebacks, trout fry and other fish.  Generations of water fowl have eaten, defended their territory and mated in this fascinating area where there was probably a Watermill in Saxon times.

There has been a…

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Added by Rosemary Morris on August 7, 2011 at 10:34am — No Comments

I think my book's offended someone!

You know, I think my first novel just may have offended someone (who has not read it).  It's called 'Calumny whlie reading Irvine Welsh' and I was attending a function at my local library last week, and I found 'Calumny....' on a shelf in Young Adult.  My other novel, 'Abernethy' is Young Adult, and therefore in the right spot, but the librarian assumed the first one fell into that category as well.  I removed it, took the young fledgling librarian aside, and explained that this first novel…

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Added by Simone Clare Bailey on April 9, 2011 at 5:49am — No Comments

Literary Saturday - what is "Christian Literature"?

Normally I blog on a Saturday about that days radio guest, however today I did not have a radio show. The reason being this morning I was a guest speaker/panelist at a Connecticut Authors and Publishers (CAPA) event.



As stated on the program...



"During the first several minutes of the program, each panelist will share a brief… Continue

Added by Storyheart on July 18, 2009 at 12:56pm — No Comments

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