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1984 by George Orwell

1984 is terrifyingly relevant and a gripping book. The story walks you through life as a Party Member, trying to survive under the control of the government (aka big brother) and avoid the Thought Police. The scary thing about this … Continue reading

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The Red Cobra by Rob Sinclair

The first of three books in the Enemy Series, The Red Cobra sets the tone for a relentless, bloody roller coaster. Throughout this story there is blood, and lots of it. It’s tough, it’s gritty and it’s certainly not for … Continue reading

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Bukharah Healthy Indian Cuisine – Glasgow, United Kingdom.

During my trip to Glasgow, I found this hidden gem. Bukhara Healthy Indian Cuisine, situated on the ground floor of the Lorne Hotel. Eating here was a no brainer for me and my colleague because guests get 20% off their … Continue reading

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The Lorne Hotel – Glasgow, United Kingdom

    I was recently sent to work in Glasgow by the company I work for and I got to stay in this beautiful hotel – MAJOR PERK! Upon arrival I approached the desk where a lovely young lady took … Continue reading

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Inside Moves by Walter Danley

Inside Moves is the tremendous follow up to The Tipping Point, what I really like about this is that you don’t actually have to have read the first book in order to enjoy this one, but if you have read … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal – Made to Fit by Andrew Lennon & Michael Bray

  Ok, so the cover looks great, but what’s it about? Well there’s the little snag, I don’t know yet. BUT – I can tell you what inspired these guys to write it which might give us a little insight … Continue reading

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Birmingham Horror Con – In a Nutshell

So we recently travelled to Birmingham for the HorrorCon down there and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We weren’t quite as interested in the guests at this one as we had been for the Sheffield ones which have featured the likes … Continue reading

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