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Catching the Train of Thought

The single piece of advice I repeat most often is to get into your characters’ heads — to write with a more intimate point of view. Let’s take a closer look at just what that means. Most writers go wrong by losing track of how everything on the page needs …

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Michelin Guide: Belgium Luxemburg 2019

The Michelin Guide for Belgium and Luxembourg for 2019 has been announced with three new restaurants making the two-star listing: La Pai, La Table de Maxime and Ma Langue Sourit. Seven new one-star restaurants also join the list while one just three-star restaurant remains at the top. Peter Goosen retains three stars …

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My Map to Immersion

I’ve always loved maps. My earliest memories of map-reading are from family car-trips. My dad would reach into the (gigantic!) glove compartment of our ’68 Chevy Bel Air, and hand back the newest neatly folded roadmap of Michigan from his (gigantic!) pile of maps to my sister and me (hey, …

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The Week in Bites | 18 November 2018

Mitsuhara on Going Global We spoke to Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura fresh from his win at Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants with Maido restaurant in Peru, and discovered his future global plans for Nikkei cuisine, plus exclusive news of a new opening in Bogota, Colombia. Find out more here. Seeing Double in Moscow We …

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Dissecting The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Photo by Max Pixel, CC0 The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, though far from being a mystery novel, still managed to perplex the WU Breakthrough Novel Dissection Group more than nearly any of our prior reads. While the concept of the story, which explores England’s emergence from the …

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