All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle

Loneliness can play a part in so many people’s life. You can be in a room full of people and still feel lonely. Loneliness can consist of physically being alone but alone mentally feeling alone. It is hard to imagine really in a world of social media, facetime and skype how can people get lonelyContinue reading “All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle”

The Last Letter from Juliet by Melanie Hudson

Where Angels Sing, by Edward Nancarrow When from this empty world I fall And the light within me fades, When life was light, not shade. I’ll think, my love, of a sweeter time. With bluebirds from this world I’ll fly And to a cove I’ll go, To wait for you where angels sing And whenContinue reading “The Last Letter from Juliet by Melanie Hudson”

The Switch by Beth O’Leary

“In the end, it’s not a stolen kiss between new neighbours. It’s a slow, lingering one between very old friends, who, as it happens, have only just realised that’s what they’ve been all along.” Unrequited love or sometimes known as one sided love is an interesting notion for me. Can one sided love actually exist?Continue reading “The Switch by Beth O’Leary”

The Woman He Loved Before by Dorothy Koomson

Every couple that I know experiences firsts; first kiss, first date, first holiday and even in some cases their first home. These are the things as time goes on you cherish. What is difficult is when something you believe is your first together your partner has already done with their ex. I mean don’t getContinue reading “The Woman He Loved Before by Dorothy Koomson”

The Moment of Truth by Shari Low

The definition of betrayal is “the action of betraying one’s country, a group or a person.” In a relationship betrayal can be defined as “someone violating your trust in them.” Trust is a funny thing in my eyes as you can trust someone implicitly but the minute they break that trust it can take aContinue reading “The Moment of Truth by Shari Low”

The Last Letter from your Lover by JoJo Moyes

Cast your mind back before text messages, before email and even before MSN messenger, how did we communicate? Growing up I loved receiving a letter (not so much now as it is usually a bill) but when I was around 10/11 years old I had a friend who used to send me letters and IContinue reading “The Last Letter from your Lover by JoJo Moyes”

Here to Stay by Mark Edwards

“Over many years, Japanese knotweed has acquired a reputation as one of the most invasive plants, and has been blamed for causing damage to properties. This, combined with its zombie-like refusal to die, has made it into a big green bogeyman for the housing industry.” They say a man’s or woman’s home is their castle. The placeContinue reading “Here to Stay by Mark Edwards”