Category Archives: Mid 20th Century

Pilgrims and Allegories ~ The Great Divorce by CS Lewis book review

I was recently inspired to read The Great Divorce by CS Lewis for the first time. In my opinion this is an unsung classic of the twentieth century. The story is akin to A Christmas Carol where the hero is … Continue reading

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Uphill Both Ways by JT Weaver ~ Much More Than Special Memories for his children

I’m happy to introduce to JT Weaver. His story is unusual because he went into publishing Uphill Both Ways through people power. You’ll find out more when you read his interview but he has produced a book that not only his … Continue reading

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Do we think we know all the answers? ~ The Green Thing!

This is so true. It was shared with me on Facebook but it seemed appropriate to share it with you on this blog. I do not know the author. If you do then please let me know. We could learn … Continue reading

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Norman’s proudest works

Norman enjoyed an extremely wide variety of occupations throughout his life from secretarial work in the City and sheep farming in Australia back in the 1920’s; deck chair attendant and manufacturing aeroplane parts before and during WW2 in the 30’s and … Continue reading

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