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Helpful votes received on reviews: 96% (175 of 183)
Location: Manchester, England
 

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The Dancer and the Dom by J.A. Bailey
The Dancer and the Dom by J.A. Bailey
5.0 out of 5 stars Short but steamy!, 5 Aug 2013
Wish this had been longer - I'd love to know more about the main characters and what "lessons" come next. Good solo entertainment and a fabulous ending.
The Great American Cookbook: 500 Recipes: Favorite&hellip by Clementine Paddleford
I own rather too many cookbooks but don't often cook from them - quite a large number are ones from many years ago, different cuisines, etc and are fascinating to me in a curio way rather than as ones to actually use when looking for something to eat for lunch (hell, that's what Google's for these days). This is definitely one of the curio books. The food is basic and there are some really odd combinations used, but the recipes are sound. I've cooked the cornbreads and biscuits for a southern BBQ party I held and they went down very quickly. The baked beans were a bit bland and I did end up quadrupling the spices used. This is not diet food at all - half cups of maple syrup here and sticks… Read more
Writer on the Side: How to Write Your Book Around &hellip by Bryan Cohen
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I finished this book in two hours and that's two hours I won't ever get back. The advice is focused heavily on tips such as repeatedly, insistently advising that you stop drinking caffeinated drinks (it's apparently not natural and compared to unleashing wrecking balls in your system... he's clearly been drinking better stuff than I), eating nuts, exercising, thinking really really positively, buying a LOT of self help tapes and books, abandoning your friends and family and getting just 6 hours sleep a night. The latter would kill me off far more thoroughly than surrendering my java. My favourite bit of all, once he'd finished rehashing "The Secret", was the part when he started saying… Read more