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“Einstein was far more than the scientist who confidently claimed that space and time were not what everybody thought…”
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“Einstein was far more than the scientist who confidently claimed that space and time were not what everybody thought…”

Albert Einstein was born 135 years ago today. To celebrate this anniversary Bloomsbury Reader would like to share with the readers some interesting and funny facts we learned about the genius from Ronald Clark’s comprehensive biography, Einstein – The Life and Times. The life of Albert Einstein has a dramatic quality that does not rest … Continue reading

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Christine Webber – on Valentine’s Day for the broken hearted

Our guest blogger today, Christine Webber, is a broadcaster, writer and psychotherapist. She has been an advice columnist for a wide range of newspapers and magazines including: TV Times, Best, Woman, Full House, BBC Parenting, Dare and The Scotsman. Her book, How to Mend a Broken Heart, is inspired by her experience as a psychotherapist and … Continue reading

To celebrate National Short Story Day read Winter Orchard, a touching short story by Josephine Johnson.
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To celebrate National Short Story Day read Winter Orchard, a touching short story by Josephine Johnson.

To celebrate National Short Story Day we would like to share with our readers Winter Orchard by Josephine Johnson, the winner of the 1935 Pulitzer Prize. This moving short story captures the beauty of winter landscapes alongside the severity of nature; it is subtle yet perceptive, dark and hopeful at the same time. It is … Continue reading