March Books ❤️

Apologies in advance for the length of this post! The beginning of maternity leave, quieter days and a few very compelling books already had March off to a strong reading start – but since isolation and Coronavirus lockdown have been upon us, books have become one of my lifelines and I just haven’t been ableContinue reading “March Books ❤️

February Reads 📖❤️

Continuing on with a monthly round-up of the books I’m reading as the year rolls on, just a few thoughts on the varied but lovely stack that’s kept me going in February.. ❤️ Jill Has Two Ponies by Ruby Ferguson This month found me with my very own childhood dream-pony on my mind a lotContinue reading “February Reads 📖❤️”

Three-Day Quote Challenge ~ Day 3

“‘If she’d just get rid of that cat I’d speak to her again!’ Ron said angrily. ‘But she’s still sticking up for it! It’s a maniac and she won’t hear a word against it!’ ‘Ah, well, people can be a bit stupid abou’ their pets,’ said Hagrid wisely. Behind him, Buckbeak spat a few ferretContinue reading “Three-Day Quote Challenge ~ Day 3”

World Book Day ~ The Beauty and Joy of Children’s Books

I have blogged before about how much I love books, especially children’s books, and really enjoyed writing about my favourite pony and animal stories from childhood – and confessing (as I absolutely don’t mind doing!) that I still keep and re-read them now. I loved looking at the Anne of Green Gables series too, whichContinue reading “World Book Day ~ The Beauty and Joy of Children’s Books”

John Grogan’s Marley & Me

John Grogan’s autobiographical Marley & Me is a funny, honest and heart-warming story not just about the life of the eponymous Marley, but the family he was adopted into and the inevitable ups and downs of their lives, shared with their faithful – if a little chaotic – dog. Taking him from puppyhood right throughContinue reading “John Grogan’s Marley & Me”