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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 →
Today I have something exciting to share with you dear reader. I am taking part in the cover reveal for Nuala Ellwood’s next book – THE PERFECT LIFE Out March 2021, published by Penguin. I loved The House On The … Continue reading →
I adore a good crime novel. The thrill of the chase, solving a trail of clues and connecting the dots. The inner workings of a detective’s mind has always fascinated me. How they see the tiny details so clearly and … Continue reading →
You can no longer feel your toes, they went numb about an hour ago as the floor continues to be littered with shells. All around your comrades are being shot, blown apart and left limbless. Your ears have already become … Continue reading →
The world we live in has changed drastically over the past few weeks. We are living in a pandemic. Basic items like hand-wash, toilet paper and pasta have become that rare golden ticket just waiting to be claimed. It has … Continue reading →
Fairytales have always fascinated me. From a young age I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and it left me enchanted and disturbed. Fairytales are a gift of escapism. You can indulge in fantasies and discover worlds far … Continue reading →
Silence is golden. That’s what they say, isn’t it dear reader? But what does that actually mean? Does it imply that silence is such a rare thing that it has become priceless? We love nothing more than to gabber away, … Continue reading →