Revisiting Some Childhood Books
I was visiting a friend one day this week and she was looking after her grandson.
By Jan Rosser | 26 Jan 2019
Reviewing My Childhood Seaside Holidays In The 60's. - The UK And Abroad
It's been a busy week, but most of it taken up with writing and usual tasks. I don’t know why, but last night I was thinking about my seaside holidays when I was a child!
By Jan Rosser | 17 Jun 2019
A Youthful Revolution?
In preparation for an up-coming author talk, I’ve been giving much thought to that time between 1954 and 1960 when a momentous change seemed to be taking place.
By Anne Harvey | 02 Aug 2019
How To Help Your Child With Reading
As a Dyslexia tutor and someone who regularly assessed students in Further and Higher Education for examination arrangements, I am often asked what parents can do to help their child with reading
By Di Castle | 06 Oct 2019
In Memory Of June Tate
Reviewing Memories Of My Children's Birthday Parties Including An Indoor Picnic In November!!
On reading about one woman's ridiculously expensive birthday party for her child, I thought back to when my two daughters were young.
By June Tate | 03 Nov 2019
Reviewing The Joys of Childhood Games - Conkers, Leapfrog, Tiddlywinks And Many More!
I keep thinking about my childhood games and wonder how many of the below ones still being played?
By Jan Rosser | 12 Oct 2019
Christmas Capers (Adventures of L-Plate Gran)
It has been some time since I wrote about Little G and Small.
By Carol Hedges | 04 Dec 2019
Reviewing Some Local Playgrounds - Why Are They Almost Always Empty?
It is mid January and the weather is very mixed.
By Jan Rosser | 16 Jan 2020
Exercising - Can Walking Be Beaten For Well Being?
As we move nearer to Spring - (hopefully!), outdoor exercise becomes more popular.
By Jan Rosser | 05 Feb 2020
Remembering The Big Freeze - Winter 1962/3 Where Were You When It Happened?
It has been a tad chilly these last few days and nights after our mostly mild November.
By Jan Rosser | 07 Dec 2019
A Review Of Nostalgic Road Trip With My New Car - A Story About Growing Up!
Age 17 years, two months, three days and my first car had been bought and delivered.
By Jan Rosser | 02 Dec 2018
Journey to Pandemonium
When I set out in 2009 to become a novelist, I never imagined I would also have a children’s picture book published.
By Gail Aldwin | 26 Nov 2020
Congratulations To All The Kids Who Were Born In The 1940's, 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's !!
I have been given permission to publish this article written by Frank Shenton. Makes interesting reading!
By Jan Rosser | 10 Dec 2020
Eternity Leave By Simon Kettlewell
‘This year’s must read. Poignant and very very funny!!! (The Review)
By Simon Kettlewell | 11 Feb 2021
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Daughter By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to be featuring Jean Fullerton on the website once more with a selection of 15 reviews for her new novel, A Ration Book Daughter.
By Jan Rosser | 07 May 2021
My Review Of Emmet And Me By Sara Gethin
I have been sent the latest novel by Sara Gethin to read and review and what a moving and powerful one it is.
By Jan Rosser | 13 Jun 2021
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