Walking along the promenade, seeing people, families, kids running around, they all seem happy. Waves are slowly rolling into the pebble beach. It's fairly calm, my head as well as ocean. "Go for a walk when you feel down, exercise as well as fresh air will help." So I'm here, repeating my daily mantra over... Continue Reading →
Published: 25/12/2017 237 pages Format: Kindle Rating: Magic is all around. You just have to believe. Do you believe? “Life is too short to be cynical. So smile, dare to believe and leave the door open for Magic.” I live by those words. I’ve searched the world for answers to questions that only seem to... Continue Reading →
Published: 26/01/2017 320 pages Format: Kindle Rating: Once a celebrated author of short stories now in his twilight years, Anthony Peardew has spent half his life lovingly collecting lost objects, trying to atone for a promise broken many years before. Realising he is running out of time, he leaves his house and all its lost... Continue Reading →
I've been asked, alongside other book bloggers and reviewers, to get a word out about Kindle promotion for Isolation Junction (8-12th of January). I don't tend to do this kind of posts and promotions but I thought this one is very important to share and hope it will reach a lot of people and hopefully... Continue Reading →
Published: 01/02/2018 364 pages Format: Kindle Rating: In this exhilarating culinary novel, a woman’s road trip through Indonesia becomes a discovery of friendship, self, and other rare delicacies. Aruna is an epidemiologist dedicated to food and avian politics. One is heaven, the other earth. The two passions blend in unexpected ways when Aruna is asked... Continue Reading →
Standing by the patio door, feeling cool evening breeze coming in, his eyes were only on one person. How did he happen to be so powerful and so admired? He was nothing more than a cheater and a liar. Still the most important person at this event, party even. Celebrating what exactly? His life, his... Continue Reading →
If you like Workbooks, this Life Workbook for 2018 is must. It’s amazingly written and thought through. I’m definitely doing mine soon.
Hello my lovelies,
If you’ve followed my blog over the years, you’ll know I’m a big fan of yearly workbooks. I’ve done the Leonie Dawson workbooks for the past 3 years running and loved them. They’ve really helped me to get in touch with what I really want in life and I’ve actually achieved quite a few goals including getting my drivers licence! And yet, there were other resources I have found on my online travels that I thought would have been fantastic added to such a workbook. I craved something that was all encompassing and a bit… well… more.
So I created the workbook I’d been dreaming about and I’ve called it the Well Being Workbook.
It is based on the types of questions and prompts that inspire deep thoughts and stir long yearned for dreams. It’s the kind of place where you can get in touch with the…
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Loving all these wrap up of 2017 lists
Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018!
Well didn’t that year fly by?
It the start of the year I set a goal to read 50 books, at the end of the year I finished at exactly 90! I have read, read and read more. Mostly for blog tours so my TBR pile is now as big as my house lol.
As you can imagine picking 17 books from 90 has been quite a task, some have stood out more than others but I have read so many good books this year.
So without futher ado, here is my Top 17 of 2017 (No particular order).
1)Wintersongby S Jae-Jones
2)Crooked Kingdomby Leigh Bardugo
3)Gilded Cageby Vic James
4)Mythicaby Kevin Nielsen
5)Heir of Fireby Sarah J Maas
6)The Goblins of Bellwaterby Molly Ringle
7)Ashael Risingby Shona Kinsella
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