Sunday, May 11, 2014

Lazy Sunday Service

A strange kind of week, running around between seminars, conference, meeting a government minister for a 'chat', travelling to Britain, talking to journalists, and general messing about.  In between I also read a strange kind of book - Warren Ellis' Crooked Little Vein, which he admits was designed to shock, offend and amuse in equal measure.  I've now nearly finished Mel Healy's much more socially realist, grounded, Another Case in Cowtown, about a foodie-loving private investigator living in Stonybatter, Dublin who is juggling multiple, mundane cases.  Hopefully its a segueway into a more mundane week.

My posts this week

Review of A Private Venus by Giorgio Scerbanenco
Wanted: new book title - please help!
The growing crisis of homelessness in Dublin and its causes
Review of Closed for Winter by Jorn Lier Horst
Plain versus complex writing
Arguing with women
Wet dog

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