Mystery

The Doom Murders – Free Book

Free to download 20th - 24th August Description Prominent figures in Belfast are being murdered. The bodies are left naked and posed in grotesquely distorted shapes. No clues are left at the forensically immaculate crime scenes except odd theatrical props and some random numbers and letters concealed at each scene by the killer. How are… Continue reading The Doom Murders – Free Book

Romance

Love Him Back

Genre: Romance Book Description After escaping an abusive relationship, Chesney Ward fights to take back control of her life. She longs to leave behind her troubled past, but she craves more than what her small town has to offer.Freedom. Adventure.Love.The Air Force provides the escape she needs.After arriving at her first duty station, Chesney meets… Continue reading Love Him Back

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Nero the ‘SPLAT’ Cat

I love cats and dogs and this is a great blog about a cat called Nero and how young Nero had his first collar. It will make you laugh and the pictures of him are so cute.

Claire Plaisted - Author

Honest to God, sometimes I don’t understand the mind of a cat, they do the daftest things one could imagine.

We’ve had Nero since the end of April, making him 16 mths old. He is one of those cats who loves tummy rubs, insists on a morning cuddle and is starting to enjoy going outside to play with the neighbour’s cats. Not that they necessarily want him to play.

On Sunday we went shopping and I remembered to buy him a collar. It was a lovely bright blue colour with a bell. The first thing we did was take the bell off. Nero hates noises like that. My darling husband warned me to put on gloves and long sleeves due to a cat who hates being handled unless he’s ready. Strangely enough, without gloves or long sleeves, I was able to put the collar on him without any issue.

Now…

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Articles

International World Car-Free Day

On September 22nd, it is National Car Free Day to encourage motorists to give up their cars for the day.  I don’t for one minute think we will see car-free roads. People have to travel to work and I can’t see them wanting to walk or cycle, or get public transport instead. However, there are… Continue reading International World Car-Free Day

Articles

National Biscuit and Gravy Day!

I came across a National Biscuit, and Gravy week, and it made me chuckle. I’m British and this is an American food. If you have never heard of it, you may have the same reaction I did when I first came across it. I was reading a book by an American author and they sat… Continue reading National Biscuit and Gravy Day!

Articles

Your Song #Musical Monday

Reblogged from Abi’s Corner. I found these few words quite poignant. We all have special songs that mean something to us.Your Song #Musical Monday Plus the piece involved this beautiful book cover. I wish I’d sung this song to my late husband Bill when he was alive, but the thought never occurred to me until… Continue reading Your Song #Musical Monday

Articles, History, People

National Grandparent’s Day

When I was a child, I saw a lot of my grandparents. My grandpa, on my Dad’s side, passed away when I was just seven. For the rest of my childhood and teenage years I had my Grandma, and my Nana and Papa. The latter lived in Oswestry, a small market town on the edge… Continue reading National Grandparent’s Day

Animals, Articles, Nature

National Pet Memorial Day

Most of us have had pets that we have loved and lost. On the 13th September is National Pet Memorial Day, and it offers you a moment to think about a pet that loved. Many of us don’t like to go there because of the sadness it can bring us. So why not use this… Continue reading National Pet Memorial Day