Here are some things I purchased today from my fave shop.Being a candle addict and needing some new autumnal scents, the best place to go is HoneSense. I personally enjoy the haphazard way the candles are all set out because when I find one I love it feels really special, almost like divine intervention that... Continue Reading →

Freixenet Prosecco Garden Party

Today my friend Cheryl and me went to the Freixenet prosecco garden party at The Kings Arms in Knowle. After the weather forecast not looking so great for this weekend, the sunshine was a pleasant surprise and it lasted all day. We couldn't have picked a better day to bring on the bank holiday!!Freixenet offer... Continue Reading →

Manhattan Perceptions

As you are aware from my last blog, I spent last week in New York visiting my brother who moved to Manhattan recently. It was my first time in the US as an adult and my first time staying in Manhattan itself, so there were a lot of first impressions. Of course there was a... Continue Reading →

Sometimes I Lie – Review

You might have already gathered that as you read this I am in New York. I feel rather excited while writing this, as I am sat at my desk at home and my trip is actually in two weeks. I went through rather a speedy binge of books on Audible, so I scheduled them all... Continue Reading →

The Keeper of Lost Things – Review

The recent trend of psychological thrillers was punctuated by this choice: The Keeper of Lost Things, written ┬áby Ruth Hogan and narrated by Jane Collingwood and Sandra Duncan. Ruth Hogan is such an interesting writer, her style is unique. She is clearly a fan of alliteration, which was included regularly throughout the book. It made... Continue Reading →

I Let You Go – Review

After reading Clare Macintosh's second novel, I just had to read her debut and it did not disappoint. It was narrated by David Thorpe and Julia Barry and they both did a pretty good job, but out of the two I did prefer Julia's role more. Her voice is just so creamy. Odd word to... Continue Reading →

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