The right vocabulary can get you anywhere. Choose your words carefully and you might find yourself writing brilliant poetry, lyrics, essays for your masters degree, moving speeches and thoughtful cards. Choose your words carefully and you could be expressing ideas you were never able to fully express before, or perhaps you will succeed in changing even the most stubborn of minds. Let us explore how best to argue and persuade…
DESPITE the huge row going on in the UK on whether to stay in Europe or not, it seems that book readers are lapping up European fiction.
THERE was an unusual travelling companion for Moire Boxall who was returning to Glasgow in Scotland from a visit to Queensland, Australia, reports The Guardian.
THE Royal Mint is to release 50p coins celebrating the 20th anniversary of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s children’s book The Gruffalo. The Daily Mail reports that the Mint is releasing three versions featuring the monster – gold and silver proofs, as well as the standard uncirculated version, which will be sold for £10. There […]
THE Independent newspaper put the Valentine’s Day spotlight on 95 year olds James and Cecilia Marsh who have been married for 75 years! The couple, who live at the Abbotsleigh Mews care home in Sidcup, South East London, got married in December 1943 after Cecilia’s youngest brother had introduced them. Cecilia said the secret to the […]