Becoming Bold, my challenge for 2021. How did I embrace being bold in February?
Shout Out Saturday is a place for you to share something you've enjoyed during the week. This week it's all about lockdown songs, books and writing. Who gets your shout out?
Shout Out Saturday is a place for you to share something you've enjoyed during the week. This week it's all about zoom, quotes, crazy women and book clubs. Who gets your shout out?
I managed to meet my Goodreads goal of reading over 100 books during 2020. Here are a few of my favourites and a brief summary.
It's time for a Friday Fiction post with a roundup of all the recent books I've enjoyed. I also feature a special author, my good friend Joanne Tracey! What are you reading at the moment?
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week it's all about being kind!
Recently I undertook an online writing course through the Australian Writers' Centre. Here are some of my thoughts. Any ideas on how to banish self doubt?
Friday Fiction this week has a theme of books and movies as good company. We all get something different from reading. What are you reading at the moment?
Does making your own book mean that it's a real book?
Friday Fiction this week has a theme of confronting books! It seems I've moved on from comfort reads. what are you reading at the moment?
Friday Fiction this week has comfort at its core and also a sibling book war! That sounds a bit of a contradiction but it makes for a fun read!
This week's Friday Fiction post has a bit of everything - a gripping murder mystery series, taking care of ageing parents, grief plus a bonus blogger catchup 🙂
This week's Friday Fiction post has three books to read about. A collection including murder, mermaids and sand talk.
A great fun read about an Indian family, a wedding and what happens when a marriage has to be unarranged. Written by a fellow blogger, it's her first book and a labour of love over many years!
Sound familiar? A mutating virus taking out most of the world, no power, no internet, no government, teenagers having to take control - it was all a bit close to the truth!
A fun #booktag using books on my TBR list - feel free to join in!
What were your favourite books in 2019? Here are some of my 5 star favourites.
How was your November? Let's take a minute to stop for a cuppa and a chat and I'll even share my cream tea with you!
How was your October? Let's take a minute to stop for a cuppa and a chat. As Dr Seuss said, how did it get so late so soon?
As I flew across the world to meet my newest and tiniest baby granddaughter, I wrote this story for her. She was born at 25 weeks and was called Wombat before she became Dottie. Enjoy!