Teaser Tuesdays: Bad Luck and Trouble

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I read Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child last week and couldn't help but be amused by the method the protagonist Jack Reacher uses to create a passcode. I'd probably write out my birthday, month, day, year, and find the nearest prime number. Actually that would be a problem, because there would be two equally close, ...

Product Review – TRESemmé Split Remedy Shampoo and Conditioner

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I am emphatically not a beauty blogger, far from it. But in spite of that, frequently unasked for samples arrive at my place for blog review purposes. Most of these go ignored and unused. TRESemmé Split Remedy Shampoo and Conditioner However, a shampoo and conditioner set is always useful so when the TRESemmé Split Remedy Shampoo ...

WW: Agra

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These are old, old photos taken about 4-5 years ago when we visited Agra. I can't think why I never shared them on the blog before, but here are some photos of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in all their glory. Just outside the Taj Mahal gates The Taj in all its glory Running ...

What I Wore Wednesdays: True Blue

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Been thinking of participating in yet another meme. This meme called What I Wore Wednesdays and which is hosted by Transatlantic Blonde will document my general style of dressing, which is either completely laid back, or dressed to the nines ( more of the former though). This will probably be a mid-week general update post with ...

Top Ten Tuesdays: Ten Classics That Rock

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Today, the bloggers at The Broke and the Bookish have asked us to list ten classics that rock. Considering I am part of the Classics Club reading challenge, this week's top ten is a walk in the park for me. I can think of so many books to list faster than it takes me to type ...

The Murder Bag – A Book Trailer and Review

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Twenty years ago seven rich, privileged students became friends at their exclusive private school, Potter's Field. Now they have started dying in the most violent way imaginable. Detective Max Wolfe has recently arrived in the Homicide division of London's West End Central, 27 Savile Row. Soon he is following the bloody trail from the back streets and ...

Far Beyond the Dead End – A Book Review

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They called it the mound of dead. In other words, Mohenjo-Daro! But beneath those layers of ruin, once flourished a town pulsating with life. There lived Koli with her enigmatic charm, Sindhu with an eyeful of dreams, Girad with his raging passion, the decrepit priest prophesying the doom and many others. They loved, hated and ...