Cycling will lead to immorality

The bicycle, besides being one of the most environmentally friendly and healthy forms of personal transport, may also lay claim to having done much for the civil rights of women.

Your turn, an angel said

“Your turn,” an angel said to Paul. Nathalie grasped Paul’s hand and squeezed it for a second, then released it as Paul stepped forward. He instantly felt the gaze of

Comradeship

The comradeship which comes from taking part in an event like the WNBR, fighting for a common cause, also seems to bring out the best in people. Many will also

Protests suppressed with violence

In times past there were protests against cynical technological improvements from the working population which were suppressed with immediate violence. Never forget that the people in power would be happy

Polly paw protectors

Polly had sore paws from running over sharp rocks along the river chasing sticks. She had lots of fun, but paid the price for my ignorance and her enthusiasm with

All is as thinking makes it so

It is clear that our lives are defined by the space between the two camps of; firstly, our thoughts on our own actions; and secondly, by our fear of what

Take for granted the current freedoms

All of us tend to take for granted the current freedoms, education, future prospects, lifestyle choices, which we (it is hoped) enjoy, but each freedom has been hard-won, and is

Willing to have people stare

The first WNBR held at Golden Bay, Australia, was supported by a woman suffering from cancer who had a breast removed, and she was determined to let people see that

Future book formats: eBook or paperback…?

Do you wonder about the future of paperbacks with the advent of eBooks? Lincoln Michael has an interesting and thought-provoking article which discusses Amazon, eBooks, traditional format: paperbacks and the rest.

Oh, you haven’t kept your underwear on

Two things immediately took Nathalie by surprise. Firstly, that Angela was so muscular. Secondly, she was now completely naked. “Oh, you haven’t kept your underwear on,” Nathalie said, somewhat taken