Five Years from Now by Paige Toon

Broken hearts, the ones where we walk away because we know it is the right thing to do but that does not necessarily mean it is easy. “What’s the saying? If you love someone set them free. If they come back, they’re yours. If they don’t they never were.” In so many ways when thereContinue reading “Five Years from Now by Paige Toon”

The Book of Love by Fionnuala Kearney

How many times before have I written relationships are hard. That they take work and not every day is a walk in the park. I believe the majority of relationships break down due to lack of communication. Not the day to day stuff but the big stuff that you are afraid if you talk aboutContinue reading “The Book of Love by Fionnuala Kearney”

Once in a Lifetime by Chrissie Manby

Second chances; do we make them happen or does fate intervene? Is there a reason it did not work out the first time and maybe things should be left the way they are? In some situations I would absolutely say yes, there is a reason it did not work out and it would be pureContinue reading “Once in a Lifetime by Chrissie Manby”

A Life without You by Shari Low

How do you describe grief? Th painstaking feeling that seeps through your body, the empty feeling in the days that follow. The anger you feel towards the person who left you. The thing is we all grieve in different ways. Some cannot stop crying, some of us get angry and some people can get lostContinue reading “A Life without You by Shari Low”

Let’s talk…The girl who calls me Mama

Hello…that usually seems like a good place to start. I cannot believe that I started this blog over a year ago. It has been my way to express my feelings and share my life’s bloopers. So as well my monthly book blogs (or more if I am lucky enough to read more than one bookContinue reading “Let’s talk…The girl who calls me Mama”

The Chocolate Run by Dorothy Koomson

“There’s only one thing better than illicit sex – illicit chocolate” And isn’t that the truth. As many of you will know by now I am a mum of a six year old sassy lady which means when she has gone to bed (which very often is not before 9pm) when my time becomes myContinue reading “The Chocolate Run by Dorothy Koomson”