Oh Crumbs Sometimes life just takes the biscuit …
Said no dog owner…..ever!!
Being a dog owner can be hard! We have to put up with muddy paws, incessant barking and walking in the rain...but we wouldn't have it any other way!
Blog Tour, The Daughter of River Valley by Victoria Cornwall (Book Review) @rararesources
Beth Jago is a fiesty single woman living alone and only too aware of the danger that can bring. When a strange man enters her house unannounced she is ready and waiting..
Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Myths and Misconceptions
Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Why Do They Have Such A Bad Reputation? Anyone who has ever walked around a dog rescue centre in the UK will know that there is a higher percentage of Staffordshire Bull Terriers than any other breed looking for forever homes. Due to the high numbers, there is less chance that they... Continue Reading →
Forgive Me Not by Samantha Tonge (Book Review)
Following the exciting cover reveal for Forgive Me Not by Samantha Tonge, today I am joining the Publication Day Blog Blitz, where I get to share my review of the book. Many thanks to Rachel's Random Resources and the author for asking me to take part in the event. Wishing Samantha Tonge a wonderful publication day.... Continue Reading →
Bones for Dogs (What you really need to know!)
The Truth About Bones For Dogs If you have ever seen a dog which is fed raw food the first thing you notice is gleaming white teeth. Dogs in the wild also have much better dental health than domestic pets. Before you hand your dog a big juicy bone to chew there are a few rules... Continue Reading →
Introvert Discussion/Gifts for Book Lovers
Is it true that all bookworms are introverts? I am, but I know plenty of people who love reading who just want to talk about books all day long. I suppose its a solitary hobby and very time consuming, so it gives the impression that readers prefer to be alone. According to Albert Einstein "A... Continue Reading →
The Factory Girls of Lark Lane by Pam Howes
The Factory Girls of Lark Lane Pam Howes Today, I am so happy to be featured on the blog tour for The Factory Girls of Lark Lane by Pam Howes. Thank you to Kim at Bookouture for inviting me to take part. I hope you love the book as much as I do. Here, is... Continue Reading →
Cataracts in Older Dogs (Canine cataracts)
Cataracts in Older Dogs (Canine cataracts) Cataracts are a common occurrence in older dogs. However, they are also common if the dog is diabetic or has sustained an eye injury. Have you noticed a milkiness or cloudiness in your older dogs eyes? Does the dog bump into things and have trouble seeing in dim light? This... Continue Reading →
Twisted Truth by Diana J Febry (Book Review)
Twisted Truth by Diana J Febry It's hard to defend yourself when you have memory lapses, and everyone thinks you are crazy. Journalist, Megan Roach, is given a story by an old man in a nursing home that could make her famous. When her carefully constructed life starts to unravel, she is forced to confront her... Continue Reading →