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I have a theory and it’s this. Blackberries grow best on tin. Now my proof for this is sketchy and my explanation is even poorer but bear with me. I walk a lot, all over the place, and the best blackberries each year are in the Polgooth area. They are great big, fat, sweet berries. […]
For a while now I’ve been convinced that there must be a decent walk that links Roche Rock, St Dennis Church and Castel-an-Dinas. It would be a big walk, around 10 miles I think, so it’s one to build up in stages. Of course all three sites can be linked by roads but where is […]
Today’s headlines sounded rather jolly, the ebook is declining, the print book is rising, ra ra ra. Here’s the BBC story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39718016 “Last year, one of the most eye-catching figures from our statistics was that physical book sales were increasing while digital book sales dropped,” said chief executive Stephen Lotinga. And here it is again […]
When you write a history you need to make sure you are not simply repeating facts without establishing the truth of them. This involves lots of enjoyable detective work hunting down primary sources. One established “fact” was that Pola Negri, a very famous, silent film star, had featured in a film called The Woman He […]
A History of Mevagissey
This potted history gives an insight into the history of the village and takes a humorous look behind the scenes into what it is like to actually live and work in Cornwall’s second largest fishing port. It debunks a few myths and introduces some lively, tall tales, as told through local voices.
Radio Cornwall Interview
“A lovely lighthearted journal of family life from a working mother’s point of view. Will make you laugh out loud! Beautiful descriptions of gorgeous Cornwall.”
Matteus – Amazon
The Cornish Years is a collection of two books featuring opinion pieces and lifestyle columns from the Cornish Guardian. Available in print or as a download.
Line Them Up
The Line them Up Series, is a collection of the same columns, but in shorter bursts. At 99p a download they are perfect to dip in and out of. Better yet the first one is free.
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