My theme this week is the moon. It was full on Tuesday and kicked off the New Year. Poets, painters, musicians, artists, philosophers and psychologists have always been fascinated with our nearest … Continue reading
Today is the first full moon of January 2018. What a special way to begin 2018. The moon has always been a source of inspiration to poets, painters and writers; … Continue reading
When I was a little girl (a very, very long time ago), I used to love learning new, really big words like ‘discombobulate’ or pusillanimous or disconcerted. As I grew, my … Continue reading
A Lovely Review from The Socialite Magazine: Find My Name in the Alphabet Train.
Lovely to get such nice feedback!
Brilliant! At last, a book that deals with waste! I started a campaign years ago now, which I called Wealth From Waste (yes, I was the first to coin that … Continue reading
Last week, I watched The Apprentice, Lord Alan Sugar’s TV romp. I have to admit, I was amazed at what some of those youngsters got away with. The task was … Continue reading
As a child, I remember learning nursery rhymes sung to me by my mother. Not only did her soft, lilting Galway accent transfix me, the rhythm of hardly-understood-words elicited an … Continue reading
May I be bold? May I be brash? I’m not asking you for cash. All I ask is a little click, A little like, a little tick. I … Continue reading
When I was a little girl (a very, very long time ago), I used to love learning new, really big words like ‘discombobulate’. As I grew, my love of words … Continue reading
Very often a personalised book becomes a child’s favourite. Personalised books are read on average 9 times more often than a traditional children’s book. Personalising a book places your child … Continue reading