In her new novel, “Strangers and Cousins,” Leah Hager Cohen explores how many ways one large wedding can roil memories and familial bonds. Cohen, who teaches creative writing at the College of the Holy Cross, grew up in Manhattan but is a longtime Belmont resident. She will be reading from her book on: May 14 […]
The Unworry Book Alice James and Stephen Montcrieff Usborne Enormously reassuring and full of practical ideas for managing stress is this alluringly presented book written by Alice James, with expert advice from clinical psychologist, Dr Angharad Ridkin, and designed and illustrated by Stephen Montcrieff. Having explained that we all worry from time to time and […]
At the end of last month I had to began the construction of my Reflective Practice Presentation. I did this by writing up my ‘Module Evaluation’ post, a run down of the year as a whole and how what I have done has developed my professional and commercial understanding and what I am planning for […]
Several weeks had passed and I felt myself hanging on tightly with the tips of my fingers to the last of my muscle memory. Scrolling through the higher education courses on the open university website, I came across the MA in Creative Writing. I could do this I am sure I can? I mumbled trying […]
#JESUS WAS CALLED THE LAST ADAM WHY? @TRINITARIANCHRISTIANCHRISLAMFAITHMISSIONOJBIL. Is AL-ILAH JESUS CHRIST CALLED IN ARAMAIC, SAME WITH ARABIC ALLAH? Allah —a contraction of the word al-Ilah or al-Ilāh (meaning “the god”) —contraction variations: Al-lāh and Allāh The name “Allah” does not belong to Islam; it was used by Jews, Arabic peoples and Christians long BEFORE […]
“Mental health and well-being”, must be a phrase that you have read or heard several times, may it be from your friends, colleagues, or fellow classmates, or even from celebrities, but most people do not explain it well enough to sit in your conscious. Well, that’s what I felt when my friend from high school […]
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Featuring Yamaha’s expressive 88-note Graded Hammer Standard keybed, the MODX8 headlines the company’s next-generation series of affordable, high-performance synthesizers. Packing powerful technologies ported from Yamaha’s flagship Montage series, the MODX range features numerous state-of-the-art upgrades from their MOXF predecessors, including the AWM2 sample and synthesis engine fortified with eight times more waveforms, a powerful new 8-operator FM-X engine modernized for amazingly dynamic sonics and complex sound design, and Motion Control Synthesis for seamless integration and powerful control of both sound engines.
The MODX7 is the 76-key model in the company’s next-generation MODX series of affordable, high-performance synthesizers. Packing powerful technologies ported from Yamaha’s flagship Montage series, the MODX range features numerous state-of-the-art upgrades from their MOXF predecessors, including the AWM2 sample and synthesis engine fortified with eight times more waveforms, a powerful new 8-operator FM-X engine modernized for amazingly dynamic sonics and complex sound design, and Motion Control Synthesis for seamless integration and powerful control of both sound engines.
In some business sectors introducing or establishing a uniform can be reasonably straightforward, for example, within the police force or fire service, etc. However, in others, this can be more complicated. It’s not always about making sure that you have your company name, colours, and logo across all and every bit of uniform you provide to your employees, it’s also […]
It’s yet another week and we are back with our weekly writing prompt.Feel free to use the prompts to write a story, poem, micro-fiction, micro-poem or anything that it triggers in you. Don’t forget to share them with us in the comments. If our in-house team loves your work, you might not only be lucky […]
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I started this blog in August 2018. No one was paying me to write and barely anyone was reading. Nonetheless, I was writing every day for hours at a time, despite a full-time job. My first few articles were only read by my family and friends. Convincing even them to read it was difficult at times. I […]
He missed sitting on his desk alone at the back heedy from a creative trip,thats the only way he could explain that particular experience And for however long it took,could be a month,a few days or 5 minutes – he would be consumed by an idea so much so he would follow it through building […]
On 29th December last year, I decided to take on the #100daysofwriting challenge. This challenge was originally created by the novelist Jenn Ashworth, who writes about it here, but I found out about it via Emma Darwin’s blog (which, by the way, is an invaluable resource for those who write fiction). I’ve never […]