Henry London

13 Dec 18
ROSEWARS

Henry IV.  So to recap. As king, Richard II, or any other medieval monarch for that matter, stood ‘next to God and exercised His power on earth’. These kingly powers could not ordinarily be surrendered. In removing a serving monarch any opposition had to wrench at society’s fabric and swim against a tide of ‘loyalty, […]

13 Dec 18
free maktaba

Isaac Newton Sir Isaac Newton PRS (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/27) was an English mathematician, astronomer, theologian and physicist (described in his own day as a “natural philosopher”) who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time and a key figure in the scientific revolution. His book Philosophiæ […]

13 Dec 18
Just Reviews

The Ghost: Henry Kellerman Wars are deadly, but some are fought or created in order to destroy the lives of those that are a threat to others due to race, religion or intelligence. Within this novel reader will meet some diabolical killers that foster hate, racism and enjoy the fruits of their labors torturing innocent […]

13 Dec 18
Audio Killed the Bookmark

Happy Thursday bibliophiles! Delighted to share with you today my review for this most charming Christmas story! A big thank you to Rachel for my invitation to the tour and to CP Ward ❄️ for his wonderful words I’m glad I found you this Christmas – an uplifting sweet romance set against the magical backdrop […]

13 Dec 18
Walking Through London's History 2018

I chose to do this walk, following the route that John Roberts, a Welshman and a Benedictine Monk, took from Newgate prison to the place of his execution at Tyburn, 408 years to the day after he himself had been dragged behind a horse on a hurdle, hanged until he was nearly dead, cut down, […]

13 Dec 18
Reading Indies

Stop! Refrain from selecting yet another pair of chain store socks for Pops or that generic trio of hand creams for your Mum because they come with a handy washbag. Say goodbye to present-buying mediocrity. Say hello to a selection of brilliant finds from Reading town centre’s independent makers and traders. Whether it’s for a […]

13 Dec 18
Good records at reasonable prices

Please COMMENT with artist AND ALBUM TITLE and the word SOLD to buy. I will reply comment to confirm and then message or email you later to finalise the sale. M = Media, S = Sleeve. Records marked FREE – maximum of 1 per BUYER per post. Postage $10 for 1 (including record mailer), whatever […]

13 Dec 18
Pyefritnonra Site

1. ” If they have some help , most people can paraphrase effectively. However , practice is important because paraphrasing is difficult. ” 2. ” Most people can paraphrase effectively , if they have some help. Paraphrasing is difficult , however , so practice is important. ” b. This paraphrase is a patchwork composed of […]

13 Dec 18
BLOG ON TRAVEL & ADVOCACY- Untold Stories on Performed India

Teaser: The exotic character or the heritage of Lucknow is not limited to the history of Nawabs, or the revolt of 1857. Lucknow’s historical frame incorporates a riveting account of the Western designs displayed in Architecture, garden landscapes, and interiors. The article critiques the evidence and the creation of the Luxury of Oriental-Western Lifestyle in […]

13 Dec 18
Marxism

[Verse 1] Ain’t no daddy’s where I’m from It’s just mad mothers And eyes that still seem They can’t look past color Why am I disrespected by Someone I should call brother? And why girls feel unpretty And constantly hate each other? Bad air in my lungs Man I can’t breathe My eyes burnin’ from […]

13 Dec 18
Conan Daily

Annapurna Pictures will release “If Beale Street Could Talk” in the United States on December 14, 2018. On September 9, 2018, the romantic drama film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Written and directed by Barry Jenkins, “If Beale Street Could Talk” is a film adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel of the […]

13 Dec 18
Turbulent London

Turbulent Londoners is a series of posts about radical individuals in London’s history who contributed to the city’s contentious past, with a particular focus on women, whose contribution to history is often overlooked. My definition of ‘Londoner’ is quite loose, anyone who has played a role in protest in the city can be included. Any […]

13 Dec 18
donnasbookblog

I’m glad I found you this Christmas – an uplifting sweet romance set against the magical backdrop of Christmas. Maggie Coates is frustrated. Her long-term boyfriend, Dirk, recently moved to London to take a job she fears puts him out of her league. Despite the assurances of her best friend Renee, Maggie is convinced Dirk […]

13 Dec 18
ESIMNA11 BLOG

Reflective essay writing is a study based on personal experience that required enough time for its writer to and put all important details together for future research. There is something powerfully raw and vivid about Hannah Arendt’s essay that came out in the midst of Europe’s darkness in the Second World War, before the worst […]