Life · Parenting

6 ideas to keep the children amused in the summer holidays

What are your top tips for keeping the children amused in the summer holidays? This is the first year I haven’t arranged lots of activities for the children and I’m going to see how that goes. Wish me luck eh? My theory is, the children are old enough now to be able to amuse themselves… Continue reading 6 ideas to keep the children amused in the summer holidays

Books · Fiction · Guest Authors · Writing

Interview with children’s author, Karen Inglis

I love meeting other authors. For me, it’s very inspiring and gives me hope that I will one day be in a similar position. It’s incredibly hard work though and takes a lot of dedication, as my guest today will tell you. Karen Inglis is a children’s author living in Barnes, London. She has sold… Continue reading Interview with children’s author, Karen Inglis

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British Summer – what summer?

I know everyone has a lot on their minds at the moment, what with the political and social meltdown that is consuming our everyday lives (and our Facebook feed). However, I have a problem I’d like your help with and I admit that it’s in no way up there on the scale of importance as… Continue reading British Summer – what summer?

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The results of the referendum are in – the UK is leaving the EU

What will the 24th June 2016 mean for the future of the UK? Will we look back on this day and wonder what all the fuss was about, or will we remember the results of the EU Referendum as the day everything changed? A nation divided It seems we are a nation divided, but how… Continue reading The results of the referendum are in – the UK is leaving the EU