[REVIEW] Finding Myself in Britain: Our Search for Faith, Home & True Identity by @AmyBoucherPye

As someone whose PhD essentially focused upon British identity, and how the government during the Second World War sought to capitalise on that to ensure full engagement in the war by British citizens, a super-fan of Kate Fox's Watching the English, along with really enjoying Bill Bryson's Notes from a Small Island and Icons of England, I was pleased to be sent a review copy of Amy Boucher Pye's Finding Myself in Britain... and interesting…

'Raising Children in a Digital Age': The Back Cover

Are you worried about what your children might be doing online? What they might come across by accident? Or who might try to contact them through social media? Or do you just want them to get the most out of the new technology? Whether you are a parent, grandparent, teacher or youth leader, you probably have some concerns about keeping children safe online, but also want to know how they (and you) can use it…

#DigitalParenting: Full Draft Submitted

So, the book was originally due end of May, then I set another deadline for last Tuesday, then yesterday, then tonight. It definitely needs more work, but it also needs reading by the editor, and it is a FULL DRAFT, if not a finished draft! Honestly, in my mind it was rather like the Moonwalk. Weeks of preparation, building up resilience/content. The Moonwalk itself, people kept saying 26 miles, and I would say 26.2. That…
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