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Today dear reader I am on the blog tour for Little Deer and the Dragon (Published 1st Mar 2020) By J.S. Betts. A big thank you to the publishers Willow Tree for sending me a copy to review, always appreciated. … 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 →
Planet Earth. Home to thousands of species and lifeforms. Its delicate soft earth covered in grass, sand or ice with rivers and oceans running freely throughout its veins. A world of green, blue, life and death, the very place we … 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 →
What was that? Did you hear it? It sounded like a knocking…no…more like a thumping…or perhaps even a banging? There it goes again, I can’t just be imagining this. It’s probably the cat, yeah it’s the cat. Up to her … Continue reading →
You’re low on health, out of ammo and only have one grenade left. Somehow, you’ve stupidly backed yourself into a corner. The moans of the mindless infected get louder as your breathing quickens. But what’s this? A small opening in … Continue reading →