Monthly Archives: January 2012

Family History Writing Challenge 2012 – Getting Ready

I have spent much of the last week re reading the posts from last year and wondering whether to create a theme to my writing, and focus on particular individuals, or whether to follow last year’s patten and start and … Continue reading

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365 Project – January 2012

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Tech Tuesday – iPad – Consuming versus Producing….

An interesting question via the iPad mailing list hosted at Yahoo. Consuming versus Producing – Do you spend time merely dealing with emails, social media or producing whilst using your iPad? Is there likely to be a difference between what … Continue reading

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The White Horse, Shere

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Carnival Of Genealogy 114: Creative Gene’s iGene Awards for 2011!

This is the first year I have taken part in the iGene awards. I hope you enjoy revisiting these posts, which are a selection from 2011. Best Comedy  There is not especially lots of humour at Anglers Rest blog. Hopefully, … Continue reading

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Snapshot of Shere Village

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Tea Cup Tuesday – Millennium Mug 2000

Following on from last week’s Tea Cup Tuesday mug. Made from the same pottery and probably purchased from the same shop locally. This is a lovely addition to my Millennium collection. As I am sure there was the world over, … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Terri Giulano Long – An Ode to Bloggers

Last May, a month or so after I began marketing my novel, In Leah’s Wake, a former agent told me that I would never sell 500 books. A rookie, I had no idea what to expect. When I published the … Continue reading

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The Square, Shere

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Thyroid Literary Challenge – Words of Encouragement

Understanding, Knowledge, Share and Experience When I was first diagnosed with a thyroid condition 20 years ago I wanted to gain as much knowledge as I could. Knowledge that would develop my understanding about the condition and enable me to … Continue reading

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