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Category Archives: worry
Today dear readers I am reviewing Muscle and Mouth (Published 11th June 2021) By Louise Finnigan. A big thank you to the publishers Fly On The Wall Press for sending me a copy to read and review, always appreciated. This … Continue reading →
Today dear readers I am reviewing White Eye of the Needle (Published Paperback 12th April 2021 By The Choir Press) By Chris Campbell. A big thank you to Isabelle from Fly On The Wall Press for sending me a copy to … Continue reading →
Today dear reader I am reviewing Vertigo To Go (Published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press 1st Oct. 2020) By Brendon Booth-Jones. A big thank you to Fly On The Wall for sending me a copy to review and inviting me … Continue reading →
One of the many rules I have lived by for most of my life is to follow my dreams and never give up. There will always be people that love to bring you down, clip your wings and watch you … Continue reading →
I do enjoy reading a good self-care book. It’s a habit I picked up off Bridget Jones in my early twenties. I would often place a few about my flat for inspiring motivation that would bring new independence and a … 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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
As you look into the depths of the lake, you feel a shiver creep up your spine. The moon is hiding as if it has already foreseen the future. Your heart suddenly stops. A figure is standing on the bank. … Continue reading →