So…Winter is Here… Ok, so yes, technically winter has been here for a few weeks, but now it's truly here! It is now officially that time of year where I resent the fact that I start work at 6:30 in the am. ❄️❄️❄️ It's frosty out there! Off I go, trekking through the vampire fog … Continue reading Fog, Frost & Fitness + Mini Writing Update.
So, a few weeks ago, whilst messaging a good friend of mine during the Riverdale finale, she made an offhand comment about me posting all my random crackpot theories after 90% of said crackpot theories became canon in the first 9 minutes of the episode. I laughed this off and the conversation escalated to the … Continue reading New Reaction Channel + First Video
Well, not gunna lie, the writings have been a little lax as if late. As has the blogging... I've had a bit of a busy period over April. School holidays, Easter, my birthday, family visiting from overseas, my daughter's christening. Way too much social interaction! I was a tad on the busy (stressed, anxious, exhausted) … Continue reading Lookit! A blog post! – Life, Writing & Cookie Dough
So, I was browsing through writing prompts on a new phone app when this happened... Prompt - "The man tried to blend into the darkness, but she could see him." The man tried to blend into the darkness, but she could see him. The bright gold of his hair illuminated in the moonlight as he … Continue reading The Man In The Dark #writingprompt #amwriting #justforfun
Marie Howalt's debut book We Lost The Sky is released today! Marie has been lovely enough to give me a copy of her book, which I am super keen to read and review for you guys in the coming weeks! In the mean time, how about you check out this cool looking trailer? https://youtu.be/Y2XVTlVAnWM We … Continue reading Release Day! We Lost The Sky – Marie Howalt
How far is too far, until a character becomes completely irredeemable? I was struck by this thought as I was watching one of my favorite TV series this week and a once favored character of mine took yet another step closer to becoming too far gone to be redeemed. At this point I don't see … Continue reading How far is too far? When does a character become irredeemable? #MondayBlogs
Title: Love a la Mode Author: Stephanie Kate Strohm Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance My Rating: 5/5 Rosie Radeke firmly believes that happiness can be found at the bottom of a mixing bowl. But she never expected that she, a random nobody from East Liberty, Ohio, would be accepted to celebrity chef Denis Laurent's school in Paris, the most … Continue reading Review – Love a la Mode – by Stephanie Kate Strohm @StephKateStrohm