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Inspiring India

In vivid colour as every aspect of life is lived on the street   The Taj Mahal took twenty years to build over four hundred years ago and while the Salaam Baalak Trust that runs shelters and programs for homeless children has only been running for twenty-five, its legacy will have an impact for many…

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Welcome to my blog

“Blogging enables me to combine one of my other passions, photography. I’m not one for talking about home life with humorous anecdotes about the work-life balance, but I will talk about the highlights and capture the images of the places I go and the extraordinary people that I meet during my research. Occasionally I might…

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Life in the ’40’s

How they lived & what they wore Visit my Pinterest page to learn more about how they lived and what they wore at: https://au.pinterest.com/CarolineBeecha/. You might also like this link: http://apps.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/focuson/film/film-archive/player.asp?catID=2&subCatID=7&filmID=22.

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Caroline Beecham’s accomplished debut of war and love

Commercial fiction, particularly women’s commercial fiction, has never really had a fair deal from reviewers and critics. But the quality of commercial romance and historical fiction seems to be getting higher all the time. This is an extremely engaging novel for a broad readership about a gifted cook in wartime London who becomes the manager…

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