New year, new decade, first month, lots of rain. Ah back to winter. At the beginning of January I’d just come back from a three week holiday to Australia where I was visiting my older brother and mums family. Although it was an incredible trip it did ensure a frosty return to the UK, stepping… More
As we approach the festive season, blasting Wham, shopping on streets lit up with welcoming balls of yellow light, furniture crammed into odd corners to make way for decorations, shops overflowing with Christmas offers and colourful window displays, we’re saying goodbye to November. November saw my blog take a slight backseat as I rushed to… More
Not just is October over but Blogtober is also over! Which means I can finally stop posting daily. Although I did get through many of my drafts I still have 65 waiting to be published (I know, I may actually have a problem…), so I don’t think this will be the last mass posting before… More
Greetings from France! My friends and I are currently enjoying the wintery blasts of an autumn holiday. Or so I thought we’d be, we’re actually in shorts and t shirts and sweating everywhere. I’m halfway through the ridiculous challenge of posting every day in October and honestly I’m so proud I managed to get this… More
September was a month spent mostly in a suitcase for me. With travelling for work three times, hello Amsterdam, Manchester and Birmingham, it’s felt very intense and a bit tiring. But all this travelling did give me ample long train journeys and quiet hotel rooms in which I managed to polish an impressive five novels!… More
We’ve seen summer, we’ve seen winter, we’ve seen thunder and lightning and record breaking heat all in one week. Yep, it’s July and apparently the most unpredictable month of the year. Heres what I did in July, would love to hear about anything you read/wrote/did this month in the comments! What I Read 🎶 The… More
It may not have slipped your notice that is now July. The month of YALC and our annual heatwave (pretty please). Here’s how I spent the first month of summer: June. What I Read 🌳 Uprooted – loved the world, loved the plot, hated the characters. Anyone else? 🌳A Curse so Dark and Lonely –… More
And there goes May. Which means it’s officially summer! And officially time for shorts, BBQs, cold drinks and picnics! Anyway here’s my May wrap up, would love to hear what you did/read/wrote in the comments section 🙂 What I Read 📚 A Conjuring of Light – started the month of a high note, finishing this… More
Ok, literally where did April go? I’m fairly sure I only realised it was April in the middle of the month 😂 anyway, another month means another wrap up! Here are my four favourites in these categories this month! Books I Read 📚 Circe – finished my first Audiobook and I would highly recommend! It… More
Hello bookworms! And normal worms. And non worms. Sorry, I’ll stop talking about worms now. As you know the bizarrely warm month of February has just ended, ridiculously early because it’s a tiny month. Like seriously I nearly forgot to pay my rent, it was so short. But the end of the month means another… More
All the exciting things Ive read and done in November!
See how the wintery month of September has treated me, with a new house, a fun play and many peacocks!! Also theres some books and stuff
It’s pitched black outside, I’ve just come back from the pub wrapped in my thick warm coat, hair frizzing from a light splattering of rain, wearing my new boots from a summer sale and all this means one thing- it must be time to wrap up August, and therefore summer 😦 Although the fact I’ve… More
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