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Category Archives: random things tours
Today I am on the blog tour for My Mummy Is A Monster (Published by Split Perspectivz 15th April 2020) By Natalie Reeves Billing and illustrated By Lisa Williams. A big thank you to the author for my copy, always … Continue reading →
The moment anyone mentions the word therapy, we all picture that stereotypical image of someone sprawled out on a chaise-longue in a dimly lit room covered with books and art. The discussion of feelings and your relationship with your mother … Continue reading →
There is a moment we all experience in our childhood where we suddenly realise that this is the end. This is the end of being a child and we are entering a dark, unfamiliar world of growing up and becoming … 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 →
Silence is golden. That’s what they say, isn’t it dear reader? But what does that actually mean? Does it imply that silence is such a rare thing that it has become priceless? We love nothing more than to gabber away, … Continue reading →
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 →
As a parent you spend 99% of your time worrying. You worry if you are raising your children right, feeding them enough healthy food, giving them enough attention, it’s tough. Thankfully we live in a world where books exist that … Continue reading →
As the famous saying goes, a magician never reveals his secrets. Show a child a rabbit being pulled out of thin air from a hat and they will be amazed. Tell the same child how that illusion was created and … Continue reading →
There comes a moment during our childhood when we start viewing the world differently. What used to be all sunshine, lollipops and rainbows becomes a dark, scary, unknown nightmare of confusion and loneliness. Our childhood abandons us, leaving us to … Continue reading →