Not quite Matt Bourne’s Swan Lake

It couldn't be defined a fall, more a slow motion sinking of body to the ground with balance and gravity taking over a backward roll to lying down. It would've been graceful, that's for sure, had it been witnessed. After all she had been a ballerina age 5 and hadn't lost the grace. It was … Continue reading Not quite Matt Bourne’s Swan Lake

My Review – My Favourite Wife by Tony Parsons

This book was the January read of our monthly book club.  Even though not chosen personally by me, I have read and enjoyed previous Tony Parsons books and so I was looking forward to reading this one. Read mostly during the evenings before bed, I found it a little tough going but that could be … Continue reading My Review – My Favourite Wife by Tony Parsons

My Review – A Little Bit of Christmas Magic by Kirsty Ferry

  I received an advanced reading copy of this book for an honest review This duly arrived on my kindle at the start of the Christmas holidays.  A choc-lit supernatural time slip is not a book I would usually select, so thank you, choc-lit, for wafting this under my nose and at the appropriate time of year!  … Continue reading My Review – A Little Bit of Christmas Magic by Kirsty Ferry