I’m not sure how she does it but Isabelle Broom has, once again, written a cracker of a story that doesn’t just make you fall in love with her characters but also the setting. Whenever I read one of her books I always get a serious case of wanderlust but, to be fair, New Zealand, … Continue reading ARC Review: One Winter Morning.
It was cold and grey outside with rain streaming down my windows like mini waterfalls but I had the perfect antidote in my hands – Jen Gilroy’s new book. Reading The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls is like being wrapped in a fleece blanket and handed a cup of warm hot chocolate while sitting in … Continue reading ARC Review: The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls.
It must have been a few years ago that the photo editing app, Prisma, was all the rage. Like lots of people I enjoyed transforming some of my pictures into different styles. I recently opened it up again and had a play. I thought I'd share some of the results with you. What do you … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Prisma Pics.
For me, Harry Potter came along at the wrong time. The first book came out in June 1997, just as I was finishing university. I wasn’t reading anything - too busy panicking about what came next - let alone a book initially aimed at children by an unknown author. From there, real life took over … Continue reading Experiencing The Harry Potter Studio Tour When You’re Not Really A Fan.