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You may have all noticed there has been little activity on the site for the past few weeks and no we are not on holidays, we are creating something new and exciting.

We at Bluewolf are in the process of having a new site built.  As all things do take time we are all reading and writing madly to bring you a great new selection of titles and music in time for Christmas giving and summer holiday reading

When we commenced more than six years ago, our site was at the cutting edge of web design. As we enjoy being up there with the latest of books and alternative music we decided we also needed a new look and have set about creating a site which is  fresh, exciting and easy to navigate around to enjoy the latest reviews.

As 2016 moves into our orbit there will also be some new additions to the site which we hope you will all enjoy.

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A word of warning before you open this book, only read one Riddle at a time otherwise who knows what is likely to happen.  In this wonderful, maddening, fascinating collection of Riddles you will find the unexpected, the enchanting, the intensely frustrating and infinitely ponderable. The one thing you will not find at any one point is boredom.

There are times in life when you simply want to laugh or cry and when your best friend just happens to be there with you, you know you have a true friend; because a true friend is there for you red eyes, puffy face and all.With 'Lobster as the very best medicine', you will simply laugh!

The idea of visiting the graves of famous people (especially the ones you have learned about, or admired) is quite exceptional. If you can't travel, the details here will be as interesting as if you were standing in front of the actual tombstone.

We are all interested, even if we pretend we are not, in just what our real potential is in life; who we are and what it truly is that makes up the person we are in this world.

In Astrology: secrets of the moon, Patsy Bennett, renown Astrologer and Psychic, takes us on a journey of self-discovery, enabling us to be able to discover who we are and what makes us tick.

The name Hillary Clinton is being bandied about the airwaves with great gusto as the world waits in anticipation to see who will eventually be the new American President at the end of the Obama term of office.Many names have come and gone in this campaign, which still has some distance to travel and blood to be spilt in the political area. Whether Clinton does manage to take the top job or not is anyone’s guess, but in many respects she is the most experienced political candidate the race to the Whitehouse has ever seen.

Dark and strangely mesmeric, this is a tale that looks at the many layers of society in Japan through the eyes of Ben Monroe, Social Psychologist, returned to Tokyo on a fruitless search for his former lover Kozue: a woman he had met twenty years ago.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 00:21

Kaitlin M. Roig-DeBellis

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Kaitlin M. Roig-DeBellis attended The University of Connecticut, where she completed her Masters of Education with honours from the Neag School of Education in 2006. In 2007 she began teaching first grade at Sandy Hook Elementary School. In 2013, while on temporary leave from teaching, she founded Classes 4 Classes, Inc., ( Kaitlin has been honoured as a Glamour Magazine Woman of the Year. She was also chosen as one of "L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth" of which she was among "10 Inspiring Women Making Beautiful Differences in their Communities" for her work with Classes 4 Classes. In 2013, she attended the State of the Union address as a guest of First Lady Michelle Obama. That same year she received the Dedicated Teacher Award from The Chicago International Conference on Education. She contributes to a bi-weekly educational blog for the Huffington Post and contributed to the book, 'Teaching From the Heart,' Volume 2. She has been featured in People, Marie Claire, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and All You, and appeared on The Nightly News with Diane Sawyer, Anderson Cooper 360 and The Katie Couric Show. Kaitlin currently speaks to School Boards, Administrators, Teachers and High School and College students across the United States and Canada as a keynote and commencement speaker. In 2014, she ran the New York City Marathon in honor of the lives lost at Sandy Hook. Courtesy Allen & Unwin

Clearing your house might sound a bit abstract, as it does not, in this instance, refer to giving away the furniture but to cleaning out old, stale and negative energy. Stop and think a minute about space, energy and the people who use or live in that space.Everyone gives off a form of energy, good, bad, happy sad and indifferent; traces of this remain in a space or building long afterwards.

Gin! Now there is a drink which has gone from feted to abuse and back again and then some more, but it would appear, England, if not the world, is once again in love with the wonderful tipple called Gin.

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