Most Enjoyable Reads 2019 I have found it difficult to put together a list of my favourite reads this year because they are so different and difficult to compare. So I haven't done any soul searching over my favourite reads. I have simply put together some of the ones I enjoyed most. I have a... Continue Reading →
Waggy Tales Wrap Up 2019 It's been another great year in the Waggy Tales family. I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year and share some doggy updates. I constantly talk about my dogs but don't often share photos. So here is my doggy family, followed by some blogging highlights and plans for... Continue Reading →
500th Blog Post for Waggy Tales I suddenly realised that I have whizzed past my 500th blog post and thought it would be nice to do a little catch-up and thank you to everyone who has supported this blog for over two years. First of all, I have to apologise for the lack of dog... Continue Reading →
Easter Greetings and Waggy Tales Blog is Two Years old! Hello and welcome to a small update on this long holiday weekend. I hope the weather stays warm and you get to spend lots of time reading books and walking dogs. Here is Mr. Darcy the mini Dachshund rescue dog. In the picture on... Continue Reading →
400th Blog Post! How Did That Happen? I can't believe that Waggy Tales is celebrating 400 posts, how did that happen? The thing is it was a complete accident that I fell into blogging. I know that many people say that but in this case, it's true. In April 2017 we lost our dog Alfie... Continue Reading →
There is no 'Book Review Handbook' and I love the reviews that are individual and show the reviewers personality, to me that is what makes a review stand out.
It's a year since we lost Alfie and the beginnings of this blog began to form in my mind as a way to distract me from the grief. If I'm honest I didn't think I would still be blogging a year on but it has helped me so much, given me something to think about,... Continue Reading →
I fell into the book blogging world quite by accident. I was feeling bereft after my dog Alfie passed away and I wanted to keep his memory alive. It all started with a poem that I wrote for Alfie just a few hours after he died. It helped me and I thought it may be comforting... Continue Reading →