You didn’t need to be a ‘clairvoyant’ literary star to have seen Trump coming

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Upon its release in 1985, Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s unremarkable work of speculative fiction The Handmaid’s Tale was marketed for its prescience. The publisher promised that this book, which depicted an America now cruelly governed by an ultra-Puritan minority, was a “forecast” of things to come. Guess they did a bang-up job. Thirty years later, the

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The Helen 100 – by Helen Razer

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Books, News & Commentary |

What follows is chapter one of my book Helen’s 100 – How I Took My Waxer’s Advice And Cured Heartbreak By Going On 100 Dates In Less Than A Year released today. If you like it, you could consider buying the book. Or not. It might just trigger terrible memories of your own internet dates, Either

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