Books

Cover Reveal: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

It's always super exciting when a brand new series launches and working with authors to promote their books means I am often privy to all the exciting information before everyone else! I'm not only organising today Cover Reveal for Jessaca Willis' debut novel, but I'm thrilled to be taking part! Blood Awakens is the first… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

Blogging

Meet The Blogger: Briana From Just My Thoughts

Today as part of my Meet The Blogger series I'm chatting with Briana whose blog Just My Thoughts hosts a wonderful mix of posts, offering something for everyone. I hope you enjoy reading all about her site and finding out a little more about the lady behind the screen! Tell us a bit about yourself… Continue reading Meet The Blogger: Briana From Just My Thoughts

Kids · Parenting

4 Benefits Of Outdoor Learning For Kids

AD | It’s important for children, particularly when they’re young, to learn in different ways and explore a multitude of environments. This means that they should get out of the classroom from time to time and discover the great outdoors. Many children don’t have access to safe outdoor environments where they can play freely, which… Continue reading 4 Benefits Of Outdoor Learning For Kids

Books

Book Review: The Perfect Moment By Alix Kelso

My reading genre is varied, if I like the sound of a story I will pick it up and read it regardless of the category it falls into. One of my favourites though has always been romance and it's a genre I find my self reading often, especially after something a little heavier, offering something… Continue reading Book Review: The Perfect Moment By Alix Kelso

Books

Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher

Recently I stumbled upon a debate on Breakfast TV discussing the relevance of William Shakespeare on the school syllabus and if his works should be replaced with something deemed more ‘modern’. Having studied both Drama and English Literature at GCSE & A-Level I am familiar with a large number of his plays and sonnets, all… Continue reading Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher

Blogging

Meet The Blogger: Hannah From Pages, Places and Plates

Happy Thursday Everyone!! Today I'm delighted to welcome Hannah from Pages, Places and Plates as this weeks featured blogger. Not only does her fabulous site cover some of my all time favourite topics, but I'm thrilled to be able to have her as part of my awesome Book Blogger Squad too! So if you are… Continue reading Meet The Blogger: Hannah From Pages, Places and Plates

Days Out, Events & Holiday's · Entertainment · Kids · Reviews

Review: Wallace & Gromit Musical Marvels Tour 2019

Last Christmas we had the pleasure of being invited to a special screening of The Snowman produced by Carrot Productions which can only be described as magical. Therefore, when we were asked along our local theatre to see their brand new show for 2019 featuring one of our favourite duo's Wallace & Gromit, we were… Continue reading Review: Wallace & Gromit Musical Marvels Tour 2019

Lifestyle · Uncategorized

How To Set Up The Perfect Home Cinema

AD | If you’re fortunate enough to be setting up a cinema in your home, you’re probably feeling quite overwhelmed with all of the planning it requires. For example, where should the screen be placed? How should the furniture be arranged? After all, you won’t want shadows or light reflecting on your screen. If you… Continue reading How To Set Up The Perfect Home Cinema

Blogging

Meet The Blogger: Chaz From The British Asian Mum Life

Welcome back to another instalment of my ever popular series Meet The Blogger. This week I'm interviewing Chaz from The British Asian Mum Life which whilst being a reasonably new blog is definitely one I'd recommend you have a read of. So, without further ado I'll let the lady herself give you the low down… Continue reading Meet The Blogger: Chaz From The British Asian Mum Life