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Extropia by Robin Bootle

  Extropia is the action packed Debut novel from Robin Bootle, who resides in none other than the UK! Our main character, Edward, is a person we will come to know very well during the roller coaster read that is … Continue reading

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Bronco’s Rodeo, West Street – Sheffield

After a month of sponsored vegetarianism my Husband and I were excited to have a good meaty meal so when Bronco’s opened on 12th November, you bet we were up for it! It would have been rude not to book … Continue reading

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Meat Free for Hospiscare

  This month my Husband and I have gone Meat Free for Hospiscare! We’re big foodies and love to eat out, as well as being enthusiastic meat eaters so this month has been a good challenge and also a chance … Continue reading

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The Clubhouse – London Road, Sheffield.

The Clubhouse is one of Sheffield’s hidden gems, a sports bar situated on London Road. One thing you’re sure to find is a fantastic selection of real ale and good, freshly made foods, but for me the thing that makes … Continue reading

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The Burger Garden – Abbeydale Road, Sheffield

  So today we tried a Vegan Burger Emporium which opened in my city, it was originally called Burger Lols and it had this bright pink sign, which just never appealed to me. Then I noticed that the sign had … Continue reading

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The Haunted Vagina

The Haunted Vagina is quite possibly the strangest book I’ve ever read, and that’s kind of saying something when I read horror by Nicholas Tillemans. Definitely not for young readers, this story is based around a couple and their adventure … Continue reading

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Animal Farm by George Orwell

First published in England on 17th August 1945, Animal Farm is the imagining of a farm run by the animals after having overthrown their owner, the tyrant Mr. Jones. According to Orwell this book reflects the events leading up to … Continue reading

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