Mixed Breed Dogs and 10 Facts about Goldendoodles We've all heard of the Cockerpoo, the Cavachon, and the very popular Labradoodle but recently my daughter welcomed a Goldendoodle into her family. I hadn't heard of this mixed dog breed before but found they are gaining in popularity. Luca Goldendoodle Puppy It used to be believed that... Continue Reading →
Review, The Postcard by Fern Britton.
The Postcard You will love this witty and warm novel from the Sunday Times best-selling author Fern Britton. Secrets. Sisters. The summer that changed everything . . . Life in the Cornish village of Pendruggan isn’t always picture perfect. Penny Leighton has never told anyone why she’s estranged from her mother and sister. For years she’s kept... Continue Reading →
Reading Between the Lines by Jo Merrett.
Reading Between the Lines Jo Merrett. Read Between the Lines of this debut novel and savour shameless shades of sexy Woking, Surrey – Ballsy reporter Kate Cleaver doesn’t wait for things to happen. A modern woman with a voracious sexual appetite she takes life – and men – by the balls - and makes... Continue Reading →
Beautiful Bohemian Fashion Trends
I love the Bohemian style of clothes and home interiors but where does it originate from and what does it mean? Bohemian "A socially unconventional person, especially one who is involved in the arts" is the meaning according to the Oxford dictionary. Or a person originating from Bohemia which is in the Czech Republic. How... Continue Reading →
A Humble Dog, Poem by Kate Hanford.
A Humble Dog Do you ever wonder what your dog really thinks of you? It got me wondering. so I wrote a poem about what my dog probably thinks of me! I hope you like it. A Humble Dog I’m not a dog of many words, I think you must agree Unless I spot next... Continue Reading →
The Guernsey Novels, The Betrayal by Anne Allen
The Guernsey Novels, The Betrayal by Anne Allen Today, I am pleased to be on the Blog Tour for The Betrayal by Anne Allen. Thank you to Rachel @rararesources and the author for inviting me to take part. The Betrayal Treachery and theft lead to death – and love Teresa Bichard and her baby... Continue Reading →
Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Cafe by Richard Dee
Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Cafe Richard Dee Today I am thrilled to be taking part in the Blog Blitz for Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Cafe by Richard Dee. Thank you to the author and Rachel @rararesources for asking me to take part. Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Café... Continue Reading →
The Six Golden Rules of Crate Training For Dogs
Crate Training For Dogs It's not often that I change my mind completely about something. However, on the subject of crate training for dogs, I have done a complete U-turn! What Changed My Mind About Crate Training For Dogs? I was in a dilemma when I had a nine-week-old puppy and an older dog who... Continue Reading →
How a Rescue Dog Can Change Your Life
How a Rescue Dog Can Change Your Life I had some extremely sad news recently. One of my ex-foster rescue dogs, Mickey, has passed away. He was a thirteen-year-old Yorkshire Terrier and I was lucky enough to follow his life from rescue to adoption because he went to live with a relative of a close... Continue Reading →
True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop by Annie Darling
True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop Annie Darling With Valentine's day just around the corner, I decided to cast aside my psychological thrillers and get romantically inspired with this book by Annie Darling. I was looking for a book which would add some colour to the bleak, cold wintery days and True Love at the Lonely Hearts... Continue Reading →