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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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Category Archives: dreaming
As the Highland fog surrounds you, the depths of the black Loch intimidate your curiosity as you stumble backwards. It is only then that you notice the pair of yellow eyes staring at you, following you. You pick up speed, … Continue reading →
We take great pride in our homes, spending time and money decorating it to our particular standards. Yet the only thing you really need to make a home is love and family. Be it in whatever form, those two are … Continue reading →
They say dear reader that a picture can speak a thousand words. A brief few seconds of one’s life is persevered for years, centuries of telling each of its admirers a different tale. Add a dash of poetry to the … Continue reading →
Children’s books are such a joy to read. They are filled with adventure and magic on every page. Everything is new and exciting to a child. They find happiness in the smallest of things like a fallen leaf or smooth … Continue reading →
Good morning dear readers. Today is my turn on the blog tour for Where The What If Roams And The Moon Is Louis Armstrong By Esther Krivda. A big thank you to Wobble Hill Press for sending me a copy to … Continue reading →
The never-ending line of ‘M’s were a beauty to behold. An achievement, something to be proud of. It was my finest work to date and I couldn’t wait for my reward at such craftsmanship. A gold shiny star that glistened … Continue reading →
As the sun slowly starts to peek back out from behind the clouds and dazzle us once again with its warm vibrant rays. I can once again take refuge in one of my favourite reading spots. The garden. And there’s … Continue reading →