Perfect Professional Arrangement
In the early 90s I lived in İstanbul near the suburb of Şirinevler, and there was a sweet bakery – baklava and all those sticky syrupy cakes, plus biscuits, helva and lokum (what we call Turkish delight) – and across the street from it a dentist. The business name was the same, and I always assumed it was two brothers who’d opened up the businesses, one to rot your teeth for money, the other to take the rest of your cash to repair them.
3/13/2018 05:15:39 pm
Just wanted to give the post a 'like' but I don't have Facebook. Is there some way of following your blog?
4/27/2018 06:14:57 pm
Thanks, Peter. Um, I'm not sure how it works if you don't have the dreaded FB. I think all you can do is check it from the website home page, or I can whizz you a mail if that's not too intrusive. I tend not to blog very often, as I post this kind of thing on FB. The one I just put there was a FB post, for example.
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Kent-based musician with Clash covers band Clashback, among others. Writer of novels, short stories and pastiche Balkan tunes. My five longest works are Laikonik Express, The Exploding Elephant, A Blue Coast Mystery, Almost Solved, The Émigré Engineer and Cleopatra's Script. My stories are all over the place... in a good way!