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My Top Five Wodehouse Books

Greetings, dear readers! I have been away for almost the whole of August visiting family and friends back in the UK, so unfortunately I didn’t manage my usual monthly blogpost last month. Hopefully I can now get back on track … Continue reading

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In Celebration of Wodehouse

Pelham Grenville (Plum) Wodehouse was a comic writer and lyricist, who, in the words of Hugh Laurie, “was quite simply the funniest man ever to put words to paper”. I remember the first time I ever read Wodehouse. A year … Continue reading

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My Top Five Audiobooks

I adore reading and devour books whenever I get the opportunity to sit and read for a few minutes. But I also spend a fair amount of time walking or driving around rather than just sitting still and it is … Continue reading

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Overcoming Boggarts, Dementors & Roderick Spode: The Transformation of Emotion as a Coping Strategy

I have been meaning to write a new blogpost for months now, but due to the demands of my clinical psychology course I have been struggling to find the time. The evidence for my plea that this course seems to … Continue reading

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Sporting Stories before Bedtime – a review

Seeing as I haven’t written a blog for AGES – not since June, if memory serves – I thought I would post this review I’ve just written for the PGW Society of the Sporting StoriesĀ before Bedtime eventĀ I went to see … Continue reading

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My 2010 – Twitter, Travel and Entertainment :)

Well since everyone else seems to be doing it and it seems a nice little exercise, have decided to write my own end-of-year summation of the highs and lows of my 2010. In terms of ratio I seem to have … Continue reading

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PGW Society AGM

When I was at university I joined a society called SSAGO and attended their AGM two years in a row. Bearing in mind that the members and organisers were all students and thus automatically classed as work-shy lazy layabouts, our … Continue reading

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Oxford and a little bit of Oscar

Some of you may yet be unaware that a large group of super-fluffy people known, appropriately enough, as the fluffettes descended on the fair city of Oxford on Saturday to see a certain someone being fabulous at the New Theatre. … Continue reading

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