Cold Kill #BookReview

COLD KILL by Neil White The blurb: Every breath you take, he’ll be watching you… When Jane Roberts is found dead in a woodland area Detective Sergeant Laura McGanity is first on the scene.… Continue reading

16.9.2012 #SilentSunday

Notting Hell #BookReview

    Notting Hell by Rachel Johnson What can I say about this book….. it certainly does sound like hell, I’d hate to live there! Intelligent, witty and well observed – it offers… Continue reading

Birthdays for the Dead #BookReview

Birthdays for the Dead by Stuart MacBride The synopsis bit: Five years ago his daughter, Rebecca, went missing on the eve of her thirteenth birthday. A year later the first card arrived: homemade, with… Continue reading

100 Word Challenge For Grown Ups – Week #57

My first ever 100WCGU entry!  This week’s prompt is …returning to the routine… The cat awoke. He stretched out a paw and felt that familiar ache in his shoulders. He noticed the sun was… Continue reading

9/11 Where Were You?

As another anniversary of that awful day rolls around, I can’t help thinking back to the moment when I first heard about the attacks on the Twin Towers. My in-laws were visiting from… Continue reading

#Win 2 VIP Tickets to Taste of London Festival 2013

Win 2 VIP Tickets to Taste of  London Festival 2013, plus one night’s accommodation in London with breakfast  and travel. Recipe Entry  Requirements: The  dish also MUST be made with oatmeal and not… Continue reading

The Woman Who Went To Bed For A Year #BookReview

The Woman Who Went To Bed For A Year by Sue Townsend As I am currently experiencing a bit of enforced bed rest, this seemed an apt book to read! It is billed… Continue reading

Shhh it’s #SilentSunday 9th September 2012

Why Say You Sell ‘Back To School’ Shoes, When You Only Sell Adult Shoes, Mr Shoes?

We had a long and frustrating trip around Cambridge searching for boys school shoes, casual shoes and PE trainers. We were seeking size 4 and size 6. I had expected the size 6… Continue reading