Category Archives: February 2010

Unfinished: Suzanne Gravelle’s Journey

Today I’m hosting Suzanne Gravelle on Ascroft, eh? She is on a blog tour for her new book, Unfinished. The book is the true story of Suzanne’s journey of self-discovery after her relationship unexpectedly ended and threw her world into … Continue reading

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Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award’s Announcement

Yesterday the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award announced the entries that have been accepted into the second round of the contest. Hitler and Mars Bars will join 999 other entries in the next round of their Adult Fiction category.  Congratulations and … Continue reading

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FCWG tell tales at Fermanagh Arts Festival mini-fest

In my last post I encouraged everyone to get involved in the arts – by participating or supporting them – so, if you’re anywhere near Enniskillen this weekend, here’s your chance to so. The Fermanagh Arts Festival’s mini-fest is happening this weekend. Art, … Continue reading

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Be Part Of World Community Arts Day

Today is World Community Arts Day. Its goal is to encourage people to participate in the arts – singing, dancing, drawing, writing and any other creative activity. Their website says: “All we ask of you on that day is to do … Continue reading

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Snowdrops At My Door

I don’t know whether it was because it was overcast on Tuesday (Groundhog Day) or whether it’s just our normal seasonal progression but it looks like winter is defeated. The Groundhog must be ready to come out and play. I’d … Continue reading

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Will Groundhog Day Come To Britain?

It’s Groundhog Day. Did you know that? The average Brit probably isn’t aware of the occasion but, for a Canadian like me, it’s almost unpatriotic not to acknowledge it. Today is a red letter day. For those of you who … Continue reading

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