In which Jo receives a mysterious photo from her friend and has no idea what it is… Continue reading Any Ideas What This Might Be…?
In which we come across a quote about being yourself that makes complete sense and makes us nod very wisely. Thank you, Bernadette. Continue reading Because…
In which we dive into the magical and mystical Book of Fortune from 1936 for answers to important questions, and look at past eerie predictions! Ask away, oh curious one… Continue reading Consulting The Book of Fortune
The girl had been born with a flamboyant red curl on the top of her head, and so her father labelled her ‘Ginger’. The label had quickly become a name, inscribed in royal-blue ink on her birth certificate, and maybe that was part of the problem. A problem that grew as she grew. Because Ginger was the name of a spice (or a cat) and not a woman’s name at all… Continue reading Ginger Spice
In which the derelict farmhouse that sparked my historical fantasy, ‘Foxfires’, on a wintery walk many years ago suddenly appears online for sale, and I spend the day wishing it was mine, all mine! Continue reading When Your Muse is For Sale
The jars of pickle were kept at the back of the cellar. Of course. They wouldn’t be conveniently positioned at the bottom of the stairs. That would be far too easy. I’d already heard the jokes about the ghost. The one nobody ever saw, but everyone had heard… Continue reading The Saturday Girl and The Heavy-Breather
It’s not every day you get a review like this little beauty! Good reviews are always very welcome, so if you like a book please do take the time to tell the author, especially if they are lesser-known. Your review could be pivotal to whether that writer carries on writing or not. Continue reading Flippin’ Heck!
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THE THIRD ALBUM (Dec 2020) https://youtu.be/4LzNvvca09I Three ten-minute tracks to take you far away… The song ‘Habibti’ was composed for Janine Snowling, with love x Listen on Spotify Download on Bandcamp Continue reading NEW: Habibti (Beloved) by SkeletonCrew
‘The Ship of Theseus’ is the creation of filmmaker, J.J Abrams and writer, Doug Dorst, and it’s a book to get excited about. When I opened it, I got the same feeling as when I used to browse my favourite antique/junk shop as a teenager, picking up a box brownie for five quid, an old suitcase, even a World War 2 gas mask. Just as those things were, this book is now a treasured possession. Continue reading A Book Within A Book Within A Book: Ship of Theseus
The moon finally peeked from behind the clouds as the dogs trotted on across the dark, windswept moorland, scattering powdery snow with their tails. The pilot (perhaps called ‘Jack’, but he wasn’t entirely sure) limped along, looking up every so often and cursing the white disc above him. His memory had deserted him, he was frozen to the core, rigid with pain, and beholden to the silent, dour giant of a man beside him. The crash would never have happened on a clear night. He would have made it to wherever the hell he was meant to be… Continue reading Out of the Frying Pan… The Reluctant Rescue of Jack Fairchild