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? click on the arrows to make this Video full-size. I could watch this for hours, without the sound on, such love between 2 gorgeous beings, it…
A really good post about persevering with independent publishing, via the blog of Don Massenzio.
This e-book is written in a light breezy blunt chatty style. If I finish reading a book with a happy smile or a look of satisfaction on my face, that means that I enjoyed reading the book. I liked this book and as a self-proclaimed introvert, I can recommend it to others to get what they can from it.
In my opinion, the “Reader’s Digest Book of Things to Make and Do” is the best arts and crafts book in the world. I was lucky enough to receive this book when I was a teenager and it is glorious.
So many books to read, so few of me! Join me in sharing what you are currently reading.
A wonderful and enjoyable memoir of Michael Fox’s life up to 2001, when Michael turned 40 (born on 9 June 1961). The “lucky man” reference is explained within the first 7 pages. In November 1990 when he was only 29 Michael first noticed the twitching that was diagnosed as Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease a year later.
Following up on my reviews of the Official Tournament magazine and the MATCH brand kid’s diary for recording results, and of the Panini Guide to the 2018 FIFA World Cup trading cards, here is my article on how scoring in the 2018 FIFA World Cup works.