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Creative Storytelling With Magical Story Jars

Reading and sharing stories for the Fraser’s is akin to breathing, however my personal favourites are those enjoyed before bed. From being tiny I have always shared a Bedtime Story with the kids before snuggling them up in bed with a big sloppy kiss– I hasten to add I no longer read them to the… Continue reading Creative Storytelling With Magical Story Jars

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Review: The No More Worries Kit From The Irish Fairy Door Company

Something I haven’t discussed on my blog before are the issues we had when it came to settling Leo into nursery. It’s something that I may touch upon in more detail at a later date, but let’s just say to start with it was a rocky road. He suffered terribly with separation anxiety meaning it… Continue reading Review: The No More Worries Kit From The Irish Fairy Door Company

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Book Review: Why Mummy Swears By Gill Sims

Amazingly my prayers were answered when I discovered there was to be a follow up to Why Mummy Drinks by Gill Sims! Having been my favourite book of the year so far, the forthcoming release of Why Mummy Swears has been highly anticipated, I was therefore ecstatic when Harper Collins offered to send me a… Continue reading Book Review: Why Mummy Swears By Gill Sims

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Blog Tour: I’m A Dragon You See By David Kirkman

Today I'm thrilled to bring you our stop on the Blog Tour for children's book I'm ADragon You See by David Kirkham . Leo was extremely excited to receive a copy of the book for us to share so massive thanks to Faye Rogers, David Kirkham and Authoright for allowing us to be part of… Continue reading Blog Tour: I’m A Dragon You See By David Kirkman

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Book Review: Eve Of Man by Giovanna & Tom Fletcher

Having been a massive McFly fan for many years and my favourite of the boys being Tom Fletcher it’s not surprising that I have eagerly followed his leap into writing children’s literature, sharing some of his stories with my youngest. I have also followed his wife Giovanna’s progression as an author and immediately fell in… Continue reading Book Review: Eve Of Man by Giovanna & Tom Fletcher

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Book Review: The Ascension Of Melanie Winters By Holly Stockport

Synopsis SHE WAS A MONSTER. BUT THE WORST KIND OF MONSTER. ONE DISGUISED AS A LIVING HUMAN. Melanie Winters is struggling with university life just as much as everyone else. Exams, lectures, the power to move things with her min, the usual worries. After a freak accident that she caused, Melanie is forced to return… Continue reading Book Review: The Ascension Of Melanie Winters By Holly Stockport

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Blog Tour: One Summer Weekend by Juliet Archer

I am extremely excited to share the brand-new novella, One Summer Weekend, with you today. Massive thanks to author Juliet Archer, Choc Lit and of course Rachel’s Random Resources for allowing me to take part in this fabulous blog tour. Synopsis One summer weekend can change everything … Alicia Marlowe’s life as an executive coach… Continue reading Blog Tour: One Summer Weekend by Juliet Archer

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Book Review: The Lost For Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland

As an avid reader I was drawn to the cover for The Lost For Words Bookshop and when I read the blurb knew I just had to read it! Many thanks to St.Martin's Press and Netgalley for providing me with a copy for review. Synopsis Loveday Cardew prefers books to people. If you look carefully,… Continue reading Book Review: The Lost For Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland

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Book Review: Poppy’s Tail by Cate Douglas

The excitement of a new book is something I hope Leo never tires of. When I treat him to a new book the look of pure joy on his face is something to behold, he can barely contain his excitement, desperate to get home to read it together! I must admit that I love kids… Continue reading Book Review: Poppy’s Tail by Cate Douglas

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Hopster TV Review: The Kids-Safe Learning App

Technology is now part of our everyday lives a completely different world to the one I grew up in and its growth has been significant even in the 10yrs since the girls were small. It’s not surprising then that from an early age children come into contact with and have the desire to utilise devices… Continue reading Hopster TV Review: The Kids-Safe Learning App