Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ravage by Iain Rob Wright

So I’ve just finished reading The Walking Dea……I mean Ravage! How did horror’s Mr Wright go oh so wrong?! I should mention now that this was a free review copy so I don’t know whether it’s been updated since, however, … Continue reading

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Jury’s Inn – Nottingham

  I’ve stayed at the Jury’s Inn in Nottingham twice now, the first time I wasn’t all that impressed, but I think that was partly because I was away from home and missing it a bit. There wasn’t a problem … Continue reading

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Invisible Children’s Book Instruction Manual by Nicholas Tillemans

I first discovered the work of Nicholas Tillemans with his collection of short stories, Acetone Enema. Mr Tillemans writes unique and quirky stories, seemingly with ease and his mind truly seems to be a dark and twisted place with characters … Continue reading

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Sapphie: A Paranormal Romance by Bryan Alaspa

Sapphire is a paranormal romance, set in the town of Knorr, a place where strange things abound. Our story opens by letting us get to know Jimmy, a young boy living with his Mother. Jimmy is not a popular kid, … Continue reading

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TGI Friday’s – Nottingham, UK

A work colleague and I visited TGI Friday’s whilst we were on an overnight stay in Nottingham. I have to say, after a day of sitting and listening in meetings, TGI was exactly what the doctor ordered. Our waiter was called … Continue reading

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