At the beginning of each year millions of people start the year off with a drink in one hand and a list of new years resolutions in mind. I'm not a fan of resolutions however I do have plans and goals for the year. Here are my 20 goals for 2020. 1. Read 200 books. … Continue reading My 2020 goals. Who needs resolutions?
And so it begins again! Some months ago my previous blog trip around the internet came to a screeching stop at an unpleasant road block that I am still working on putting in my past. I took time off to find myself, rebuild my confidence and consider how I could make a return to the … Continue reading My Blogging Journey Begins Again
About the story. I love dogs. When I wrote this piece of writing for a competition, I new I wanted to write about them. SO I did. This is a long story I know. I promise the end is worth the long read. A meme from Facebook. If the alt text is unable to be … Continue reading The Bite For Freedom
I wrote this little piece of fiction at my writers group the other week. The prompt was related to a time when you felt you didn't fit in. This was my interpretation. White Breads Woe Once upon a time in a land where health food reigned supreme, there lived a lonely loaf of white bread. … Continue reading White Bread’s Woe
PCOS. It’s a condition that affects many women around the world. I suffer it and you probably know someone who does too. Though reading about women’s lady parts may be off-putting to some, I thought I would write this post to raise awareness for the condition. If you’ve never heard of it, you’re probably wondering … Continue reading Living With PCOS. What It’s Like.
Today I bring you another book review! This one was sent in to me by an author I met in a Facebook reading group. The Book. Little Eden by KT King. You can visit this page for all things Little Eden and KT King. About The Book Little Eden, London, England. The beautiful sanctuary town … Continue reading Book Review: Little Eden
About the Story This little short story is probably a rather strange interpretation of the song that inspired it. While listening to a radio show of a friend of mine, I heard a beautifully written song by Zoë Wren. The song is one of the tracks on her album which can be purchased on Bandcamp. … Continue reading The Lady’s Lullaby
Another book review. Here I am, breaking my post silence. I've not posted in a while and thought I'd return with a book review. The book I'm posting about is Anxiety Girl By Lacey London which can be purchased on Amazon Description. From the best-selling author of the CLARA ANDREWS series. Sadie Valentine was just … Continue reading Book Review: Anxiety Girl By Lacey London
Every day on my way to work I pass by a grand old house with a beautiful garden set out in the front yard. A sign attached to the mailbox advertises flowers for sale and an elderly man sits in a rocking chair on the wide veranda with a cup of tea by is side … Continue reading The Flower Man.
Spread out in the small yet spacious draw was a black and white cat. To my surprise, she was surrounded by kittens.Seven of them to be precise. After tending to the needs of mama cat and her little ones I shuffled back to the kitchen,eager to have my coffee at last.