Long Tall Sally

19 Feb 19
What Jane Read Next

I bought 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne to take on my holiday that’s coming up in March, but I couldn’t wait until then to read it. I loved Sally Thorne’s first book The Hating Game and had high hopes for this book. Before I go into my thoughts on 99 Percent Mine, I’ll just […]

19 Feb 19
Digital Services

New data confirms the traditional body shapes – pear, apple, hourglass, rectangle and inverted triangle – do not reflect modern women10 new body shape illustrations based on the new data supports the movement to expand body shape definitions, with inspirational names to encourage body positivityAccording to research, 99% of women use negative words to describe […]

19 Feb 19
Garko Media

New data confirms the traditional body shapes – pear, apple, hourglass, rectangle and inverted triangle – do not reflect modern women10 new body shape illustrations based on the new data supports the movement to expand body shape definitions, with inspirational names to encourage body positivityAccording to research, 99% of women use negative words to describe […]

19 Feb 19
AndyClarkWalks

Timeball and Telegraph Trail Part 2 (Dartford to Rochester), a social walk organised by the Kent group of the LDWA – Sunday 17 February 2019.  Part 1 (Greenwich to Dartford) can be read here. A linear route mainly on footpaths, tracks and field edges. It is around 19 miles in length, including a total ascent […]

18 Feb 19
Nina Sabak

A story is never told the same way twice. So much depends on who’s listening; just as much depends on whether the story is happy or sad, on whether its subject rewards brevity or embroidery, on whether the point was actually to explain anything at all. Injury stories are especially good test sites for these […]

18 Feb 19
theenglishmanandtheroman

Why the Englishman and the Roman? Are you from Rome? How did you two meet? These are questions that we are asked often. Here are the short answers: John grew up in a small town, about 40 miles north of London called Letchworth Garden City and I, grew up in a small town, about 70 […]

18 Feb 19
keithgarrettpoetry

SINGERS OF A LOST TIME Chubby Checker had the peppermint twist, Chuck Berry sang out Maybelline. Jerry Lee Lewis screaming, great balls of fire, It was Buddy Holly and Peggy Sue. Johnny Cash, his song walk the line, Elvis Presley belting out Jailhouse Rock. Rick Nelson was the Travelin’ man, The Big Bopper with his […]