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Tag Archives: learning
We’ve all had those awkward moments haven’t we dear reader? They pounce upon us like a starved tiger on it’s unsuspecting prey. Sudden and deadly. How do we deal with them? Is there ever a right or wrong way? And … Continue reading →
Do you remember your favourite toy as a child? They would go everywhere with you, never leaving your side. They become so worn and played with that it might lose an eye or have a bald patch of fur but … Continue reading →
Today dear readers I am honoured to be kicking off the blog tour for The Love Virus (Published 17th April 2020) By Eleni Cay. A big thank you to the author for my copy to review, always appreciated. The e-book … Continue reading →
I have a secret recipe for you today dear readers. Make note and you will be cooking up a storm in your kitchen. Add a dash of infectious warmth, a tablespoon of laughter and sizzle until a golden brown. Sprinkle … Continue reading →
I have always loved dragons, there’s something spectacular about them that leaves me in awe. They have scaly giant bodies, huge wings and claws but also gentle looking faces with thoughtful and wise eyes. They are truly magnificent creatures bringing … Continue reading →
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 →
Today dear readers I am on the blog tour for Anna (Published 25th June 2020) By Laura Guthrie. A big thank you to the publishers Cranachan for my copy to review, always appreciated. Also thank you to the lovely Kelly … 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 →
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 →