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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 →
As an avid lover of poetry and poet myself, I indulge in exploring this bewitching world. From old favourites to fresh meat it always leaves me with a desire for more, dancing on my tongue, tempting and luring me into … Continue reading →
Life is a bit like a broken record. Some days you happily go about your day, spinning and twirling to the rhythm of your beat. Other days you get caught in a loop and struggle to find a way out. … Continue reading →
BOO! Did I scare you dear reader? Alas I know, poor attempt but ’tis the season and all. That time of year again when the days get darker, leaves are a mixture of reds and oranges and we can feel … Continue reading →
Last week was…WOW dear readers. I was invited by Penguin to attend an influencer event with sofa.com on the 24th September down in London. This was my first event with Penguin so I had no idea what to expect. Eeeeeeeeep! … Continue reading →
If you owned a time machine, to when would you go dear reader? To the past before the internet even existed…no maybe not, that’s a bit too scary. Or maybe you would travel to the future, to see if cars … Continue reading →
The smell of blood and death lingers on his breath. You want to scream but are paralysed with fear by the feel of those piercing ivory fangs that begin to devour your neck. As your life slowly ebbs away, fading … Continue reading →
What really happens when you die? Do you see a bright light at the end of a long tunnel? Or maybe your whole life flashes before your eyes? Does Death wear a black cloak over his skeletal frame and carry … 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 →
Love. Such a small, delicate word that can cause so much warmth and coldness within the same breath. Why is it that the most romantic of tales often end in tragedy? The doomed lovers, a love so pure and innocent … Continue reading →