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Category Archives: death
To Start The Year From Its Quiet Centre By Victoria Bennett (Review) Kenyon Author Services Blog Tours
Today dear readers I am honoured to be kicking off the blog tour for To Start The Year From Its Quiet Centre (Published Paperback 17/08/2020 By Indigo Dreams Publishing) By Victoria Bennett. A big thank you to Isabelle from Kenyon … Continue reading →
Today dear readers I am reviewing Just to the Right of the Stove (Published February 12th 2021 by TwistIT Press) By Elisabeth Horan. A big thank you to Fly On The Wall Press who kindly sent a copy for me … Continue reading →
Today dear readers I am on the blog tour for Days of Falling Flesh and Rising Moons (Published by Golden Antelope Press 14th October 2020) By Steve Denehan. A big thank you to Fly On The Wall Press for my … Continue reading →
We are family, I got all my sisters with me, we are family, get up everybody and sing! Although to be honest with you dear reader you really wouldn’t want to hear me sing. It’s not a pretty sight. But … Continue reading →
There is no right or wrong way to handle grief, the death of a loved one. Not one thing said or done by anyone will undo the damage or soothe the pain. There is no textbook or DVD that can … Continue reading →
Today I am one of the first stops on the blog tour for The Cry Of The Lake (Published 9 Jun 2020) By Charlie Tyler. A big thank you to the author for sending me a copy to review, always … Continue reading →
It’s the morning of the day you have been dreaming about since you proposed or said yes. Friends and family have gathered from near and far to celebrate your happiness. It’s your big day. Months of planing the flowers, cake, … Continue reading →
The cold begins to set in as you lie on your back floating on the night sky. It’s clear tonight and reflects like a mirror in the water. You feel yourself flying and can’t remember the last time you felt … Continue reading →
Fairytales have always fascinated me. From a young age I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and it left me enchanted and disturbed. Fairytales are a gift of escapism. You can indulge in fantasies and discover worlds far … Continue reading →
We’ve all shamelessly done it. Don’t even try to deny it. We’ve all made sure no one was about before throwing a handful of battered delight into the air for hungry bellies. Savages of the sea they sit in wait … Continue reading →