I’ve never been a fan of margarine, either in cooking or on bread when making a sandwich. Something that’s been invented as an alternative to butter, that tastes nothing like butter, is a waste of time and space.
One thing though is certain, Brexit has come about in part due to many, many, older people voting to return Britain to a time when the UK was in charge of its own destiny. When Britain mattered as a force in its own right and didn’t need to pander to any ‘foreign Johnnies’ as my Granddad used to call people across the Channel.
The Brittle Sea – Book One is currently standing at 90 pages in length fully completed and edited and should be around 140 pages on completion and publication. Books Two and Three will be of a similar length and the final and full version,The Brittle Sea Omnibus, will be close to 450 pages in length.
Of course, as with any clear night, you may see a few odd, unexplained things. Rest assured most odd sightings are usually something benign.
I consider myself to be a writer first, t-shirt designer second, computer programmer third and a complete amateur at gardening. […]
Anyone experiencing a civil divorce between a married couple will realise divorces are more often messy than amicable.
The frightening thing is, nobody actually knows what the world’s weather will be like in ten, twenty or fifty years time.
Being the nosey individual I am, I looked into the history books and found some interesting facts on the lettuce, something that we normally take for granted.
It was Marco Polo who introduced nutmeg to the Europeans which is now commercially grown in the Caribbean, in particular the spice island of Grenada. Having visited Grenada once in my travels, I can certainly attest to the heady smell of nutmeg in the markets there.