It Was All Yellow

I love the colour yellow. Especially at this time of year when the daffodils and crocus are all in full bloom. It's as if they are a sign that good times are on their way after the cold, harsh winter when we just want to hibernate like the hedgehogs and squirrels. I love to see... Continue Reading →

12 Wildlife Feeding Myths Uncovered

I would love to do more for the wildlife in our beautiful countryside. However, there are so many do's and don'ts concerning the actual welfare of the birds and animals it gets very confusing. I would like to dispel some of the wildlife feeding myths and recommend what would help our garden creatures to flourish.... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal, Death Will Find Me by Vanessa Robertson @LoveBooksGroup

Today I am thrilled to be part of the Cover Reveal for Death Will Find Me by Vanessa Robertson Thank you to Kelly from @LoveBooksGroup for the invite to reveal the cover for this exciting new book. Finding her husband with another woman ata 1920s country house party, she demands adivorce. But when his body is discovered in alonely stone bothy the next morning, InspectorHamish Rasmussen identifies Tessa as his onlysuspect. Back... Continue Reading →

Talking About…How To Declutter Fast

Talking About...How To Declutter Fast The one good thing I like about January is it's a great time to declutter. Christmas is the one time when clutter builds up in my house. There are presents which come with far too much packaging and you're not completely sure where to put them, decorations waiting to be... Continue Reading →

Remembering Enid Blyton

Remembering Enid Blyton I was born in the Sixties and some of my oldest memories were the Enid Blyton books I used to love so much. As a child, it wasn't the author that attracted me to the books but looking back all my favourites were written by Enid Blyton, even though the books were... Continue Reading →

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