Lyons Coffee Bags*

On the go coffee bags

Cafetieres are beautiful to look at, therapeutic to put into action and produce great flavoured coffee but sometimes we just don’t have the time to get involved with one; the time it takes to prepare, to empty and clean up afterwards can take away some of the joy especially if you’re rushing around in the […]

Scrapbook Of An Unfound Songstress by Vicky Nolan*

Book by Vicky Nolan

A little while ago Vicky Nolan, the author of Scrapbook of an Unfound Songstress, reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in giving her book a read. She explained to me that the book is based on her real life experiences of trying to break into the music industry and how […]

Happier Thinking by Lana Grace Riva*

Book by Lana Riva

This book, Happier Thinking, was sent to me by Lana herself, after reaching out to me via email to discuss if it would be something that interested me. If it is something that is of interest to you it is available to purchase on Amazon┬áto purchase in paperback or download on the kindle if having […]

The Vineyard, Wrotham

The bar at The Vineyard

Tuesday 11th September 2018 was such an incredible day that filled me with an overwhelming amount of pride and joy; I got to see my partner’s sister, who I first met just before her 13th birthday, graduate with a 1st Class Honours in FRTV & Drama from CCCU. It’s not my place to tell her […]

The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

As you might have realised from my review of Sherlock’s memoirs, there was a period in time when I was struggling to sleep. It was as it reached about a week before I was due to return to work after my surgery and then magically stopped being an issue the very night I decided to […]

The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Whenever I have struggled to sleep recently I have found myself in the lounge pondering if I want to carry on reading a current book or start a new one. Quite often I end up wanting an easy read and something that I know that is going to be enjoyable enough to go through so […]

The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater

This book took me a number of weeks, maybe even months, to get through. Unfortunately this book was an incredible drag, despite the plot having so much potential, because the writing style stopped a reader from being able to dive in properly. Finding out that Kate wants to enter a deadly race on the beach […]