Déjà vu Blogfest 2014

Hello and welcome to Study. Read. Write., all you Déjà vu Blogfest participants!

What’s a Déjà vu Blogfest, you ask? Well, it’s a blog hop, created by DL Hammons. All participants take today to repost their favourite post or the one they think could have needed more love.

So have a look around and say hi!

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During one of my blonde moments (I may be a redhead now but I’m a natural blonde, so I feel like I’m allowed to say this) I signed up and already included a link to one of my stories. I didn’t read the bit where it said we should just enter the blog’s address and then re-post whatever we wanted to share today.

So I included a link to my writing sample from The Bravery of the Soldier.

I’ve not been blogging on here long, so I’m still trying to find my footing, so to speak.

If you’re interested in theatre reviews, I can offer Martin Freeman as Richard III at Trafalgar Studios, London. Alternatively, I can offer a review of National Theatre’s Frankenstein, as well as a review of Frankenstein’s role reversal.

One of my earliest posts was entitled Your Soul’s Language and dealt was bilingualism and being more comfortable in a foreign language than your native one.

And in case you’re still looking for Christmas gifts for a student, reader or writer in your life, this little Stocking Filler of a post might help.

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8 thoughts on “Déjà vu Blogfest 2014”

  1. Oh, I really like the action sample from Bravery of the Soldier! I love war stories. Some great action in your piece and it makes me want to read more. And thanks for posting the stocking stuffer ideas! LOVE the USB wristbands and the library card socks are nostalgia-inducing! Hope you’re enjoying the Deja Vu Blogfest as much as I am. Happy Holidays!
    michele at Angels Bark

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    1. Thank you very much! I only started this particular blog in September, although I have been blogging on various other platforms recreationally and professionally for pretty much 10 years. 🙂
      Happy New Year!

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