Our Clubfoot Journey- Bilateral Talipes: A guide to the condition, treatment and our experiences.

Today I am sharing one of the most personal posts I have written for this blog; on a special anniversary for us it felt fitting to reach out to anyone else who has a loved one going through any part of this journey, or to anyone who simply wants to understand more about this condition. … Continue reading Our Clubfoot Journey- Bilateral Talipes: A guide to the condition, treatment and our experiences.

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The Songs Of Us by Emma Cooper – Book Review

The Songs Of Us by Emma Cooper The Blurb: If Melody hadn't run out of de-icer that day, she would never have slipped and banged her head. She wouldn't be left with a condition that makes her sing when she's nervous. And she definitely wouldn't have belted out the Arctic Monkeys' 'I Bet You Look … Continue reading The Songs Of Us by Emma Cooper – Book Review

20 Things To Embrace In Autumn

Autumn is creeping in and it holds its own charms, here's my list of its favourite features: 1. New beginnings - This year more than ever September has signalled a new routine for us. My eldest son has just started secondary school, youngest is in juniors and we now have new things to adjust to and … Continue reading 20 Things To Embrace In Autumn

What Did I Miss in August? – Strangers on a Bridge by Louise Mangos

I am starting a new monthly feature today, to help champion a book written by a debut author, or one that didn't get a huge marketing budget. I've got nothing against publishers orchestrating a huge launch and promo, but there are a lot of authors writing brilliant books that can easily slip through the net … Continue reading What Did I Miss in August? – Strangers on a Bridge by Louise Mangos

Book Review – Ladders To Heaven by Mike Shanahan (@shanahanmike) Blog Tour @unbounders

Ladders To Heaven   The Blurb: They are trees of life and trees of knowledge. They are wish-fulfillers … rainforest royalty … more precious than gold. They are the fig trees, and they have affected humanity in profound but little-known ways. Ladders to Heaven tells their amazing story. Fig trees fed our pre-human ancestors, influenced diverse cultures … Continue reading Book Review – Ladders To Heaven by Mike Shanahan (@shanahanmike) Blog Tour @unbounders

Blog Tour Book Review: How To Bake A New Beginning by Lucy Knott @lucycknott @hqdigitaluk

How To Bake A New Beginning by Lucy Knott The Blurb: Three sisters. One trip to Italy. The chance to change their lives. Amanda has always taken the role of big sister seriously. She has her life in order; a fantastic job in a great restaurant, a wonderful house and a best friend who’s a Rockstar. … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review: How To Bake A New Beginning by Lucy Knott @lucycknott @hqdigitaluk

Book Tour- The Stig Plays A Dangerous Game by Jon Claydon & Tim Lawler @daydreamin_star

  The Stig Plays A Dangerous Game    The Blurb: An enigmatic racing driver. A bunch of kids. One hell of a ride … Sam Wheeler may be the new boy in Bunsfold, but he’s got a feeling that all is not well either in the town or at Bunsfold High – and he’s not … Continue reading Book Tour- The Stig Plays A Dangerous Game by Jon Claydon & Tim Lawler @daydreamin_star

Book Review : Bloody Brilliant Women by Cathy Newman

Bloody Brilliant Women The Blurb: A fresh, opinionated history of all the brilliant women you should have learned about in school but didn’t. In this freewheeling history of modern Britain, Cathy Newman writes about the pioneering women who defied the odds to make careers for themselves and alter the course of modern history; women who … Continue reading Book Review : Bloody Brilliant Women by Cathy Newman

Book Review: One Day In December by Josie Silver (@josiesilver_) @penguinukbooks @georgiaktaylor

    One Day In December by Josie Silver The Blurb: Laurie is pretty sure love at first sight doesn't exist. After all, life isn't a scene from the movies, is it? But then, through a misted-up bus window one snowy December day, she sees a man who she knows instantly is the one. Their … Continue reading Book Review: One Day In December by Josie Silver (@josiesilver_) @penguinukbooks @georgiaktaylor

How To Be Plastic Free

Cutting down on household plastics, especially single-use plastics is such an important issue with so many ocean waste and recycling issues. I'm 37 and guilty of god knows how much waste in those years, though I've always been eco-minded and diligently recycled, put rubbish in bins, picked up litter left by others etc. But it's … Continue reading How To Be Plastic Free