About me

Five years a blogger now. Catless still, but Piccadilly is not forgotten.Piccadilly
I am fully occupied with books, theatre and film and my new granddaughter. Bliss.

Two years further on, still reading but I now have three grandchildren and two daughters-in-law.



3 responses to “About me

  1. Very interesting site! I can see your passion for writing and reading 🙂
    Feel free to check out my site where I write about publishing: http://publishinginsights.org

  2. Hey there Deborah! Just clicking around the blogosphere and commenting on blogs that I think are fun and interesting, and you’re one of them. October is my birthday month, so consider this an invitation to my month-long birthday party. Hope to see you over at That’s So Jacob sometime!

  3. Hi Deborah,
    I’m reading the book right now. I am on the chapter in which we are introduced to Dorcas Palmer who has a meeting with the white woman in Jamaica; I’m about 3/4 of the way through it. I like the book, but I have found parts of it difficult to read as well, especially the drug ridden, violent scenes which are quite graphic, but I guess the author must do this to keep the book realistic. Violence is hard to bear even if it is in a book because you know it happens all the time. I keep slogging through it however, since I’m so interested in Jamaican history and its people. I like your blog and plan to visit again soon. Please check out my blog which I recently started. Off to a slow start and I think I need to meet with a professional to iron out some of the kinks.
    Thanks and be well,
    Meredith Turner Chapman

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