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Yearly Archives: 2014

Notes from my laptop #7

  And so, 2014 is just about wrapped up. The only thing left to do this year is a month-long trip back to Africa. South Africa to be precise. We’ll be retreating from Europe for large quantities of family time, sun and sunscreen, beach and pool chlorine, meat on the braai, car-guards in the car parks, […]

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My Top 10 Fiction reads of 2014

As I wind down for the year, I looked back over all the colourful book covers I have on my trusty Kindle Fire, and have realised that it wasn’t a bad year of reading at all. There are a few novels which I have left off this list as they were, sadly, not novels that I would recommend to others. […]

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List of reasons and benefits of subscribing to my newsletter

With the meteoric rise of social media, smartphone applications and mobile technology, it is easy to believe that the lowly email is a thing of the past. In a world where we have everything at our fingertips and are constantly consumed by battery life and Wi-Fi access, most marketers predicted email would simply disappear. How […]

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Killing for Profit by Julian Rademeyer – The book and my thoughts.

I currently reside in the UK and do find myself regularly yearning for the openness of the African bush. Luckily, keeping up to date with what is happening in Africa is pretty easy nowadays with the advent of 24hour news channels and the ever increasing invasion of social media. That’s how I stumbled onto Julian […]

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Notes from my laptop #6

    As the midway point of 2014, disappears in our review mirrors, we find ourselves in September, and that means the end of summer in the UK. Quite a few things have happened since we last chatted. Finished the first draft of, Kharon, which is book three in the Kyle Gibbs. It was the […]

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