My rating: 4 out of 5 stars I know I promised to read ‘Dreamwalker’ by J D Oswald next, but I when I walked past the book share at work and saw a book with the same title as one of my all time favourite books (Stolen: A Letter to My Captor) I had… Continue reading ‘Stolen’ by Rebecca Muddiman
Today, Brendan and I decided to celebrate our 7th anniversary by visiting Thorpeness. It is a lovely little village on the Suffolk Coast, which is only a horse and carriage ride away from Aldeburgh and is famous for being the home of the “House in the Clouds.” However the main attraction for us was the large boating lake, which we ventured on… Continue reading Rowing in Thorpeness
This afternoon, Brendan and I went for a walk around the Marina and I was amazed by the amount of colour that was displayed in the abandoned buildings, so I decided to capture it using my new lens. Enjoy!
‘Before I start I would like to say that if you have not read the rest of the DI Helen Grace series then read no further! You must go read them now! They are fantastic books and deserve to be read. You can buy the first book, Eeny Meeny, here. ——————————————————- My rating: This book… Continue reading ‘Hide and Seek’ by M J Arlidge
My rating: 5 out of 5 Every year around Christmas my Dad’s side of the family takes a trip to London and this year we decided to go see ‘The play that goes wrong’ and we couldn’t have picked a better show to go see. It was hilarious!!! The whole experience starts before you’ve even sat… Continue reading The play that goes wrong
Instead of baking a cake for Valentine’s Day like I had previously planned, I decided to make something I have never made before… Brownies! They taste amazing and I was lucky that some actually made it through to today! I can’t take the credit for this triumph though as the recipe was created by the… Continue reading Chocolate Brownies
Weekends are the perfect time to go for a long walk… If you have the time that is. A few weeks ago Brendan and I managed to get out of the house and take a lovely stroll down to the Orwell Bridge, which luckily for us isn’t too far away. As first we had no… Continue reading Orwell Bridge