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12:56

Opinion

Tune out the noise and stay the course

jeremy blatch | jb@ehh.gi

As I write, we have been subjected to weeks of living under what many jovially call ‘house arrest’. The pandemic has affected most, if not all, communities to varying degrees. In some countries, governments are slowly relaxing restrictions intended ... shutdown lasts. Either way, to avoid making behavioural errors you would be well advised to tune out the noise and resist looking at your valuations every time there is a drop in market prices. Please feel free to write to me if you would like a

12:21

LifeStyle

A passion for Andalucía inspires debut novel

Tony Bryant

...was entranced. It was a combination of my love of the Andalusian region, coupled with my passion for the dance, that inspired me to write the book," Julie explains to SUR in English. The book's central character is an English school teacher who, ... colourful Gypsy-flamenco characters. "I have always had a love of flamenco ever since I witnessed authentic flamenco years ago in a Gypsy encampment in Seville. I knew I needed something more and always had a desire to write. When I arrived in Benalmádena

15:49

LifeStyle

John Banville: 'Every morning I confront the blank page in a state of panic'

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

He started writing at the age of twelve and since then has produced a host of dazzling books. Their style is quiet and refined when he writes under the name of John Banville, and vibrant when he uses the pen name Benjamin Black in his role as a ... literature infected by the demand for immediacy? Are there? How quickly they must write? As I indicated above, the immediate is for the journalists to make sense of. Novelists and poets live and work in the continuum. In your novel The Sea, Max, the ... incoherent reality. Love, the passing of time, relationship conflicts or guilt arise as recurring issues in your works written as Banville. Do you feel like you are essentially writing the same book in every book? Yes, I believe every writer writes only

14:07

Local

The long battle against illiteracy in Spain

ALMUDENA SANTOS / LUCY NEWBY

write, according to the INE report 'Población de más de 16 años por nivel de formación'. Illiteracy in Spain was a scourge until the second half of the 20th century. In 1936, the year the Civil War began, 25% of Spaniards were illiterate. The extension ... of education gradually reduced the rates, but even today, 581,600 in Spain, 1.25% of the total population, do not know how to read or write, according to the report on population over 16 years old by level of education, published by the National ... they're both learning to write," she says. How does Spain compare globally? On an international level, Spain and the rest of Europe are some of the most literate countries in the world. According to UNESCO, 99 per cent of European and North American

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

...grandfather about the coronavirus that inspired him to write the book. Over 1,000 copies were sold in the first few days after publication, and the proceeds are being donated to charities such as Action4Schools, Rifcom and Helpmelearnafrica - the first three ... children around the world and one day he announced that he wanted to write a book and sell it so he could help them. Copies of Corona Travel are available to buy and can also be ordered from Spain, at a cost of £5 for the book plus postage. If anybody

12:39

LifeStyle

"I would like to write a book about my cases"

J. RHODES

...in October. He is also contemplating writing a book about his work as a probate genealogist as many people have suggested it to him. "I would like to write a book about the different cases I have worked on," he says. He has endless fascinating

12:09

LifeStyle

New novel depicts Malaga of the 80s

Tony Bryant

Ronda an ideal place to write fiction. Sandra studied English at Goldsmiths College in London, before embarking on a 35-year career as a journalist and magazine editor. She taught journalism and creative writing at adult education colleges and became ... explains. A well as writing novels, Sandra also writes a blog - Notes on a Spanish Valley - which relates her life as a foreigner living in the Ronda mountains. “We live in a small community and the people are so friendly. We are the only English in the