Archive for March, 2013

Beaten by a word — not!

I WAS feeling pretty down the other day. In fact, on a scale of 1 to Adele, I was truly miserable. Unlike the angst-ridden singer, for me it wasn’t a case of love gone wrong, though. It was far worse – I’d been beaten by a word. That doesn’t happen to me very often. Actually, […]

The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

… by Edward Kelsey Moore Reviewed for NewYork Journal of Books by Stevie Godson A CLUTCH of husbands, wayward and otherwise, a vicious small-town bigot, and even a couple of benign ghosts – including a most unladylike Eleanor Roosevelt – are among the characters who inhabit the pages of professional cellist Edward Kelsey Moore’s enchanting debut novel. […]

A plague on your plaque, your majesty!

Wonderful typos in today’s MailOnline in a caption under a photograph of Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to London’s underground (in yet another of those pointless PR exercises): “Queen Elizabeth stands next to plague with her named on it on platform 1 of the Northern-bound Metropolitan Line” Read more:

Quite right, too!

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