If you check my bio on any of the social media platforms I use, you’ll see two words repeated over and over – writing and travel. You may think this means I’m the next Bill Bryson or Sara Wheeler, but sadly no. My travel adventures aren’t quite as epic as Antarctica. No, they’re more likely… Continue reading How One of My Travel Writing Goals Came True During Lockdown #CampervanWriter #Goals
When I told my UK friends that I was heading to New Orleans for Mardi Gras they responded with the customary ‘oh, how lovely, I wish I was going’ that you would expect from anyone staying behind. My US friends, however, mentioned the phrase ‘baptism of fire’ far too often for me to ignore! What… Continue reading Surviving my first Mardi Gras #Travel #NewOrleans
HUGE thanks to the team at New York on Air An amazing once in a lifetime experience!
Product Review Product: iBeani: iPad, Tablet, and eReader Bean Bag Stand Colour: Purple. Company: iBeani® My Rating: 5 Star My Review: I was given this product by a lovely gentleman I met through a networking group, Dean Billington, Director at Triton Telecom Ltd. As he knew I was an avid reader he thought it might… Continue reading #ProductReview iBeani: eReader and iPad Bean Bag #iBeani
Title: Destination: Space Author: Dr. Dave Williams Category: Children's Book/Astronomy Review by: Scifi and Scary Blurb for Destination: Space Will humans ever be able to live on other planets? Former NASA astronaut Dr. Dave Williams is the person to ask. It turns out that Earth is a pretty good place to live. Finding other habitable… Continue reading #ChildrensBook Destination: Space by Dr. Dave Williams #BookReview by @ScifiandScary #Astronomy
Writing Research Writing fantasy fiction allows me to bend the rules, make stuff up, and be as creative as I want to be. I’ve invented realms, worlds, and races for my Guardian Series, I’ve run with a werewolf pack through Sherwood Forest in my Hood Academy Series, and I’ve turned little red riding hood into… Continue reading Writing Research – How I’m Using My Love of History #Vikings #WritingTips
Going abroad later in the year isn’t something I’ve done before. Travelling overseas has always been a summer activity for my family and me. We tick off the days on our calendar until the hot weather arrives and we save our pennies for the ice creams, new flip flops, and customary local merchandise (yes, I’ve… Continue reading Visiting #LakeGarda in the Autumn #TravelTuesday #Italy
Welcome to the final instalment of my magical mystery tour. If you haven’t yet discovered my excitable posts about Celebration, Disney Springs, and Florida then you can follow the links below: Magical Mystery Tour: Part I Magical Mystery Tour: Part II When my cousin moved to Bentonville, Arkansas eighteen months ago, I had to buy… Continue reading Magical Mystery Tour: Part III #Travel #America