Month: June 2018

Sisterly Love by Michelle Vernal (Book Review)

Today I am so happy to start the Blog Tour for Sisterly Love by Michelle Vernal. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for organising the blog tour and asking me to take part. Sisterly Love Nobody’s Perfect Are They? Rebecca Loughton’s bumbled her way through her thirty-something years making a few cock-ups along the way. Of…

No Reception by Maisie Porter (Book Review)

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me on to the blog tour for No Reception by Maisie Porter. For hyper-successful wedding photographer and blogger, Zody Lee Swabler, anonymous death threats come with the territory. When warned by email not to continue booking jobs, she responds by accepting the next request that comes in. When…

Understanding Scent Marking in Dogs

What is Scent Marking? All dogs scent mark. It is completely natural behaviour, but it can be a real problem when the dog picks up the habit of scent marking inside the home. It is most often seen in unneutered males. High levels of testosterone make the dog want to advertise his sexual availability.  It…

One Summer Weekend by Juliet Archer (Book Review)

Today I am so happy to be on the Blog Tour for One Summer Weekend by Juliet Archer.  Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for organising the tour and inviting me to take part. One Summer Weekend One summer weekend can change everything … Alicia Marlowe’s life as an executive coach is well under control –…

The Almost Wife by Jade Beer (Book Review)

Today, I am thrilled to take part in the Blog Blitz for The Almost Wife by Jade Beer. Huge thanks to Kim from Bookouture for organising the tour and Happy Publication Day to Jade Bear. The Almost Wife by Jade Beer:    An absolutely gripping page-turner that will make you laugh and cry, and will stay with you…

Reverse Sneezing in Dogs, Is it Dangerous?

 Reverse Sneezing in Dogs What is it? Have you noticed your dog suddenly start to make bizarre snorting noises and appear unable to breathe? He will stand still, extend his head and neck, pull back his lips and make loud, deep and forceful inhalations through the nose. The dog may then gag a few times…