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Robert Rabbin’s Authenticity Accelerator

I have been silent for several weeks - online at least! I like silence. You can hear yourself think. Or not. Not is rarer and more interesting, and I’m always curious to learn from people who’ve tapped into their own…

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Soul food in cyberspace

The only thing I’ve read lately is the lunch menu at the local sandwich shop. Work has welded me to the Machine. You know the one. You are staring into it. Starved of novels, I’ve been stumbling around the cyber-desert…

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

Classic adventure yarn set in the American South. Huck Finn yearns for freedom. He’s lectured by well-meaning guardians and beaten by his drunken father. So he fakes his own murder and takes off down the Mississippi in a stolen canoe.…

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Letter to My Daughter by Maya Angelou

Motherly wisdom from Maya Angelou. Embracing her readers as daughters, she shares the lessons she has learned over her long and full life. It’s an unusual collection of anecdotes, essays, lectures and poems. Angelou writes with humility and humour, and…

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My Name is Mina by David Almond

Have you met Mina?  She loves words and birds and William Blake. She hates cages and she doesn’t go to school. Not any more anyway… My Name is Mina is her journal. It’s a young writer’s notebook – as gloriously…

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Momo And Clocks

Momo by Michael Ende

Momo is a little girl with a peculiar talent for listening. Friends flock to tell her their troubles, share their stories and play with her. Until the men in grey appear, and suddenly no one has the time. Only Momo has noticed…

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