Best selling author Adele Parks comes to Wanstead Library 

Adele Parks is a much loved author for her contemporary women's fiction novels, selling over two million copies in the UK. However, she's changed things up a bit with her fourteenth novel as its set in the 1920s and covers the loss, glamour, pain and passion surrounding four women during the aftermath of World War …

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Mind at the end of it’s tether (after HG Wells)

He said: “My mind is retrospective to the end” And I said “What?” He said “To what will this lead?” And I said “nowhere and nothing” He said “this is an idiot’s recital!“ And I said “you have a dust cart in your head” H G Wells Stood upon a stage of life Like Shakespeare:  …

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‘Consequences’ – A poem by Andrew Diamond

Consequences Throw a pebble in the river Spreading circles to the shore Rippling outwards from the centre Disappearing till no more. So our actions, like the pebble, Send their ripples, make their waves; Intermingling all our circles From our cradles to our graves. No one knows what’s coming next Unaware of the effects. Will this …

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