I’m delighted to be taking part in a blog tour today sharing my thoughts on The Bedtimeasnaurus by Mike Bayliss. Paperback: 32 pages Publisher: Bespoke Book Publishing (14 Nov. 2017) Language: English ISBN-10: 1999857208 ISBN-13: 978-1999857202 The bright pink flamingosaurus spends its day standing on one leg looking for something…

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We recently watched Gone Girl (yes I know, quite a bit later than everyone else!).  It’s not a genre I usually watch (or read) but having recorded it some time ago when it was on Sky Movies and deciding what to keep or delete, we…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in a blog tour today organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.  I know you’ll join me in welcoming Maxine Morrey to my hot seat.  You’ll find out what inspired Maxine to write, her favourite activity for inspiration and more.  There’s…

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Rowan Coleman’s story is one of those that’s hard to pigeonhole into a genre.  Women’s Fiction? Well, yes. Romance? Well, yes.  Time Travel Science Fiction? Well, yes. Thriller? Well, yes …  The Summer of Impossible Things is all of those things and more.  It’s unique.…

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I’ve been looking for inspiration for projects that will use up my yarn stash and I had a lightbulb moment for an idea for making a Christmas tree wall hanging using simple crocheted granny squares. What I loved about this project is the almost endless…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour today for Sara Alexi’s The Other Daughter.  Sara has written a guest post for us about the inspiration behind her novel which I know you’ll identify with. Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 1554.0 KB Language: English ASIN: B076X5K37K More…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in Stephen Phelps’ blog tour today for A Recipe for Disaster : Cooking up a big Italian idea, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. A Recipe for Disaster is a cookbook, a travelogue and the companion to Cookucina, a six-part…

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I loved Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe where Laura not only found peace and solace but her soul mate, which led me on to read Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe with Laura’s sister Becca finding her HEA.  I couldn’t wait to start reading Coming…

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For months now I’ve been buying UK crochet mags and I have two favourites, Crochet Now and Simply Crochet.  I’ve recently subscribed to Readly and Crochet Now is one of the mags 🙂 (although I do miss the freebie!). To get my Simply Crochet fix…

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