Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Women by SE Lynes – review.

Description: The night she moves in with Peter, she’s so happy, so exhilarated, so in love. Later, she will remember a much smaller feeling, a tiny one percent in her gut. And she will remember pushing that feeling aside… Samantha … Continue reading

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Big holiday giveaway!

GIVEAWAY! (Worldwide entries accepted). 🎉 I have just arrived back from a fab holiday and found this gorgeous lacy shawl that is perfect wear for a balmy summer evening, and I brought it all the way back from Mallorca for … Continue reading

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The Secret by Katerina Diamond – review.

Description: EVERYTHING YOU THINK YOU KNOW IS A LIE… Can you keep a secret? Your life depends on it… Bridget Reid has a secret, one that could get her killed… If she can escape the man who is keeping her … Continue reading

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The Shape of Us by Drew Davies – review.

Description: In a city of 8.8 million people, you’d be surprised. Surprised at how many times your path crosses with that stranger you spotted on the other side of the street. Surprised at how lonely living in a busy city … Continue reading

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What She Saw by Wendy Clarke – review.

Description: She lied to her daughter to save her family. Everyone knows Leona would do anything for her daughter Beth: she moved to Church Langdon to send Beth to the best school, worked hard to build a successful business to … Continue reading

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The Paramedic’s Daughter by Tara Lyons – review.

Description: Would you lie to your family to protect yourself?  Paramedic Abi Quinn is hailed as a hero by the patients she saves with the London Ambulance Service, but a secret she’s kept since she was a teenager now threatens … Continue reading

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Sketching Laurel and Hardy

Thought I’d share a little about my day with you – just for a change. On Thursdays, I attend a drawing class led by local Redditch artist, Tony Collins and I must say, I’ve been really enjoying it. Growing up, … Continue reading

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