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Margaret McGoverne
Word obsessed tea boozer, historical/ science fiction author. Editor, . Read The Battle of Watling Street -
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Margaret McGoverne Jul 16
My father, (Frederick) Ian Jamison, had seven full siblings and two half-sisters from his mother's first marriage, not an unusual family size for that...
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Margaret McGoverne Jun 15
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime." -Mark Twain
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Margaret McGoverne Jun 15
Today is and I’m raising awareness about the plight of working animals abroad. I’m a supporter of and the amazing work they do to improve the welfare of working animals x<3 )...
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Margaret McGoverne Jun 3
Replying to @101Fiction
A disturbingly good read!
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Margaret McGoverne Jun 3
Thank you for publishing my enchanting short story! :-)
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Margaret McGoverne Apr 14
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Margaret McGoverne Apr 5
I can balance a cup of tea and my kindle or a book in bed laying practically horizontal now...
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 30
Have a great time everyone attending the 2018 Eastercon 30/3 - 2/4 in Harrogate, wish I could be there! Will definitely attend London 2019
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 29
And if you die young and your partner is old, do you age-match in heaven? And babies, and stillbirths, do they stay as babies? It’s all very confusing...
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 29
If George Orwell and Ernest Hemingway were rejected initially, it gives me hope to press on!
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 24
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
I'm going abroad first thing tomorrow morning. This canceled shop was for my son for the week. I don't have my car and it's late. I leave tomorrow before shops open. No one let me know the order wasn't coming. Terrible customer service, so angry
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
According to your website my order is delivered. According to your call centre that doesn't mean anything, it means its left the store. But, my order was canceled and never left the store? Which one is it?
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
Also, a call centre assistant told me that "delivered" doesn't really mean delivered on your website for my order history, it means it's left the store. BUT SHE SAID THE DELIVERY IS CANCELLED? None of this adds up.
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
Your CEO Dave Lewis: “I believe customers want businesses to make responsible decisions....they deserve higher standards and responsible leadership from all of us. They want us to make the right calls on their behalf.” I'm not feeling it from your
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
Last time it was a computer problem per the call centre, vs a lack of drivers per the store. You call centre assistant was surprised I was angry? How about be honest and deliver to me or let me know?
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