Reviewing My September Visit To Guernsey
Many years ago, I remember being captivated when watching a video (remember those?) about Guernsey.
By Anne Harvey | 13 Oct 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
When I mentioned a holiday in Romania, I faced incredulity and dark mutterings of “has she lost it?”
By Serena Fairfax | 30 Nov 2019
Last Christmas I Gave you My Heart (Adventures of L-Plate Gran)
In answer to your unasked question: Little G's Nativity play went down a storm.
By Carol Hedges | 24 Dec 2019
Kiev to Odessa — Sailing Down The Dnieper River
Known to the ancient Greeks as Borysthenes, the Dnieper, flowing through Belarus and Ukraine to the Black Sea, was once part of the Amber Road
By Serena Fairfax | 18 Sep 2019
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective
Whilst I was in Australia, I bought two soft toy Quokkas.
By Adrienne Laverick | 13 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 2
After a good nights sleep, it was up, breakfast and out.
By Adrienne Laverick | 16 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 3
After a wonderful evening, beautiful sunset and we had good nights rest.
By Adrienne Laverick | 19 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 4
After dinner and a good nights rest, Queenie and Quentin decided on a walk down by the harbour to see what was going on in Cairns
By Adrienne Laverick | 22 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 5
Queenie and Quentin spent the evening reading up on the Great Barrier Reef as that was to be tomorrows trip.
By Adrienne Laverick | 26 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 6
It was an early start to be at Cairns airport for another 3 hour flight, this time to Sydney.
By Adrienne Laverick | 29 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 8
Today was going to be a wonderful lunch cruise from Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour,
By Adrienne Laverick | 08 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 7
Today, they weren't sure if the bridge climb was going to happen, as it all depended on the outcome from the fires that were burning on the outskirts of Sydney.
By Adrienne Laverick | 04 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 9
The flight to Melbourne was approximately 90 mins, and the one Queenie and Quentin were booked on left at 7.00am, so it was a very early start.
By Adrienne Laverick | 14 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 10
There were only two more days before Queenie and Quentin were going to be flying to a country they had never visited before...
By Adrienne Laverick | 20 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 11
Queenie and Quentin were looking forward to today, as they were going to the country park to see some of their friends.
By Adrienne Laverick | 25 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 12
It was coming to the time to pack up and start the journey to a new country for Queenie and Quentin.
By Adrienne Laverick | 30 May 2020
Public Loos In The UK - Are They Up To The Standard You Should Expect And Can You Nominate One For An Award?
You are out shopping, on a day trip, travelling on Public transport, at an airport, a station, a service station etc etc and you need the loo.
By Jan Rosser | 09 Aug 2018
ONE MAN, FOUR CHILDREN. HOW HARD CAN IT BE?
Armed with a pristine copy of ‘The Complete Guide to Childcare’,
ambitions to be the next literary giant and live off the grid,
what could possibly go wrong?
‘Five minutes after Brigit’s maternity leave ended,
I realised the magnitude of my error.
I crashed into a world of mainly strong, resourceful,
resilient women, a mountain of nappies to rival Kilimanjaro
and a widening gap where my self-esteem used to reside.’
I am a man. I soon discovered this was not an excuse…?'
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The Final Reckoning is an atmospheric, twisty thriller set in the peaceful (or maybe not so peaceful) Herefordshire countryside.
When Lindsay Ellis was a teenager, he stumbled across the dead body of her boyfriend Simon’s father, who had been battered to death.
Someone in the village knows who murdered Simon's father, and why.
Does the actual killer suspect Lindsay also knows the identity of the murderer, and is Lindsay now in great danger, too?
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