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Tag Archives: Death
Today I am one of the first stops on the blog tour for The Cry Of The Lake (Published 9 Jun 2020) By Charlie Tyler. A big thank you to the author for sending me a copy to review, always … Continue reading →
Get the beach bod that you deserve. 10 new foods that will make you thin. The secret to working out without exercise. Hair to die for! The makeup that will make you unrecognisable! Any of these floating your boat dear … Continue reading →
Death has a habit of always making sure it’s close by. It waits in the wings for its cue to take to the stage and deliver a killer performance…you never know if this will be your last show, your moment … Continue reading →
Three hours. 180 minutes. It doesn’t sound like much does it. That’s just enough time to watch Lord Of The Rings or Titanic. But would that be enough time to find redemption, let go of regrets and fight for the … Continue reading →
War. Such an ugly word I have always thought. A word that can summon hundreds, thousands to their deaths with a click of its fingers. It destroys lives and creates fear that manifests into a waking nightmare drenched in blood … 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 →
There’s something alluring about vampires that whets our appetite. Blood, sex and death surrounds them like a green mist, living for years, centuries in the dark. They are frequently imbedded in our literature, film and tv, backing us into a … Continue reading →
They say laughter is the best form of therapy. I can’t disagree with that dear reader but I do believe that the Arts and therapy are interlinked and often skip merrily hand in hand. In my lowest and darkest moments … Continue reading →
Trains are marvellous inventions, would’t you agree dear reader? They can get you from point A to point B in a matter of seconds, minutes, or hours depending on your destination. They snake through the English countryside without a moment’s … Continue reading →
Your parents brought you into this world through an act of love, of sharing bodies and desire to create life. They become your designated tour guides to life, a map of endless opportunities waiting to be discovered. But what if … Continue reading →