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I review and recommend books as I LOVE to read! I am always on the lookout for new and upcoming books to expand my ever-growing library.
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When you become a mother your life is no longer your own. You are on constant call 24/7, weekends, holidays, non-stop, all day every day. There is a huge amount of pressure to get it right for your children. Making … Continue reading →
The Best, Most Awful Job Twenty Writers Talk Honestly About Motherhood Edited By Katherine May Review (Random Things Tours)
It’s funny how two small pink lines can change your life. Things will never be the same again. A lifetime of “Mum, mum, mum, MUM!” awaits you as does your ever growing tolerance of Peppa Pig and Baby Shark as … Continue reading →
The publishing world is forever evolving. With social media taking control and book deals being awarded based on an influencer’s following, it has become even more difficult to break into the industry. Which is why a lot of writers have … Continue reading →
Sex. Sexy sex. Sex. Let’s talk about sex. When it comes to sex we mere mortals seem to be a little confused what the proper attire should be. Should we feel embarrassed and shy, not daring to whisper its name? … Continue reading →
As you look into the depths of the lake, you feel a shiver creep up your spine. The moon is hiding as if it has already foreseen the future. Your heart suddenly stops. A figure is standing on the bank. … Continue reading →
Are.You.Ready.For.Something.A.Little.Bit.Different? Youarethenthatsgreat! This is poetry like you have never seen it before. An experience that may leave you with a little bit of a headache and seeing dancing blurry dots for a while but trust me, it is totally worth … Continue reading →
When most of us think back to our childhood we remember carefree days playing tag or swapping Pokémon cards in the playground. The smell of Play-Doh, paint and PVC glue would fill the classroom as you overloaded glitter onto your … Continue reading →