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Category Archives: world
What Doesn’t Kill You…The Highs, Lows and Unexpected Gifts of Surviving Cancer By Rachel Haynes (Review)
Cancer. It’s such an ugly word. Wouldn’t you agree dear reader? The mere mention of it on one’s lips signals pain, uncertainty and death. It changes lives in seconds and spreads quicker than runny icing on an stale fruitcake. It … Continue reading →
Break-ups are never pretty. The hint is in the name, break. You feel broken, lost and empty. The only people you want to see are a Mr. Ben and Mr. Jerry. They spoon-feed you scoop after scoop of delicious misery … Continue reading →
Good morning dear readers, I hope you are all well. I have another fantastic little treasure for you to discover today, The Wooden Hill By Jamie Guiney. Happy Publication Day! Grab yourself a copy here. Thank you to the lovely … 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 →
Allow me to pose a question to you dear readers. If a tree falls in the middle of a forest and there’s no-one there to hear it, does it still make a sound? What if that forest is filled with … Continue reading →
Technology. It is forever entwining with our every day lives. A screen plays havoc with the mind and strains the eyes. We as humans have come to heavily rely on technology. We feel naked without it. If you were to … Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered what your dreams mean? Why do we dream? How does our body shut down to recharge but our mind can escape to new worlds twined with parallel universes with the odd sensation of day-to-day life thrown … Continue reading →