“Breathe”: Short Story Review — from Emily Weatherburn A Literary Life

It’s been a little while since I have written a review for a short story, which is a shame; I’m always saying that short stories should be appreciated to the same extent as full-length novels, and I do genuinely believe that. Having said that, I haven’t actually read a short story for a while, which […] via “Breathe”: Short Story Review — A Literary Life Continue reading “Breathe”: Short Story Review — from Emily Weatherburn A Literary Life


Can you keep a secret? Where do you keep them? In a secret place of course! Throughout my research into digital bereavement issues, secrets are becoming a large problem for law companies dealing with estates of people who have died. When opening any online account, a password is required, and you are advised to keep your password safe and secure, especially where your finances are involved.  I am aware that many people are very nervous about sharing their personal information on-line, but quite openly fill out paper forms and share their personal information without a second glance! I have learned … Continue reading Secrets