Anyone who knows me will know my love for music. Objectively, I love it as an art and form of expression. Subjectively, I love how a particular song or album can capture a time in one’s life and hearing the first few seconds or chorus can bring them back to a specific time in their […]
My fourteenth #bookvent selection is book two in a series set in the dangerous world of smuggling. I loved the first book in the series and was really looking forward to reading book two. It seemed as though the heroine of the novel had found a happy ending but, thankfully for us – less so […]
Today it is day fourteen in my series showcasing my top reads of 2018, following the innovative idea of #bookvent from Jen Lucas of Jen Med’s Book Reviews. Today’s book choice is from an author whose series I was first introduced to by my sister, a woman with excellent taste, and I have really enjoyed […]
As a psychiatrist whose task is to protect healthy minds, it feels a little unusual to be promoting a psychological health advocate who punches people in the head for a task. However that’s where I discover myself with
Today it is my great pleasure to be taking part in the blog tour for Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak. Thanks to Beth Wright of Piatkus for providing the review copy of the book and inviting me to join the tour. Here is what the book is all about.
Hi lovelies! Oh it’s already day nine of blogmas so far, I’m surprised I still have ideas of what to post and such, thought I’d have ran out of ideas by now, but alas it’s another Christmas tag so without further ado shall we? This tag was created by Charleigh @ Charleigh Writes, she’s tagged me […]
Religious Reflection: This year was a spiritual roller coaster for me. Even at this point in the year I cannot say with full confidence what I really believe in. I know that will shock some of you – but to be honest, your indignation doesn’t change how I feel. Towards the beginning of the year I […]
Hi everyone! I am so sorry that I had no discussion posts for you guys in November, I had so many deadlines and it just wasn’t possible to write a lengthy post-but, I’m planning on making it up with not one but two posts this month-that hasn’t happened since May! Anyway, with Christmas coming up, […]
In 2006, 34 year-old Gregory Howe quit his job as a teacher to pursue a childhood dream of becoming a world-ranked tennis player. His new book details his journey of making his dreams a reality.
On November 14th. members of the SPC attended a poetry reading which was one of a series presented by Jill Abrams. The series is known as ‘Stablemates.’ and each event features conversation and poetry with three poets from one publisher. On this occasion the event was held at Waterstones, Gower Street, and the poets were […]
What was your favourite book of the year? The Guardian wants to know. Wondering what you should be downloading on your Kindle for the perfect cosy winter break? Red have picked the best digital book bargains to pick up right now… You can win an early copy of my book! My novel UNSCRIPTED is out […]
I’ve put these books on the same post today because they’re the same series. Also, one of them I have very little to say about, and the other I don’t have enough time to say all I would like. Enjoy! Charlie And The Chocolate Factory (1964) “These two very old people are the father and […]
In the run up to the Big Day, get into the Festive spirit with the classic tale of greed, generosity, isolation and redemption with A Christmas Carol on 15th December. Suitable for all the family (7+ age advisory) this award winning production will be exhilarating, exciting; by turns funny, engrossing and a little bit scary! […]
Emily Corbett, Events and Admin Officer for the TSN, discusses her research, her role within the team, and the importance of the network’s events. Emily can be found on Twitter @emilycorbett11 or via email on email@example.com. Emily uses she/her pronouns. A room full of people came together at our Mapping Gender event and heard me, […]
I’m a runner and a writer. As I run, I write. I wrote this blog, other blogs and scenes for books in my head this morning as I ran along a cold, windy beach, watching the crimson sun bleed through the grey clouds and the foam dance across the sand. I grew up running and […]