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A Little Sweet is now on Kindle!

A Little Sweet is now available on┬áKindle! For non-Kindle users, all you need is a Kindle app on our smartphone/tablet. If you like it (or don’t) leave a review! Advertisements

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The Cover

Disclaimer: Will not be responsible for any minds blown at the end of the article Pictured is the NGC 604 nebula, a massive swirling galaxy of hydrogen molecules. Being the most abundant chemical in the universe and relatively simple atomic … Continue reading

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Surrealism

With reference to my last post, while America was partying throughout the 1920s, their European counterparts were getting real, surreal; as a matter of fact. Emerging from the ashes of the Great War (if only they knew what’s lurking in … Continue reading

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The Great Gatsby Era

I had intended to write about the Beatniks but inspired by Christina’s movie review of The Great Gatsby I shall retrace about 30 years back. The Great Gatsby, as with author F Scott Fitzgerald’s other works, was an indictment of … Continue reading

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Infrasound

You are working alone in a dank and dark room. A little dehydrated and hungry, you have been too immersed in your work to notice. The room is dimly lit and warm but thankfully has a ventilating fan that’s a … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland Syndrome and Lewis Carroll

” Alice opened the door and found that it led into a small passage, not much larger than a rat-hole: she knelt down and looked along the passage into the loveliest garden you ever saw…but she could not even get … Continue reading

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Van Gogh’s ear and his epilepsy

Vincent Van Gogh; apart from his artwork was also famed for being an artist who cut off his own ear. Repeatedly hospitalized in an asylum, he suffered scores of physical and mental ailments which included hallucinations and chronic depression which … Continue reading

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