The cakes I bake and the books I read while baking them. This time we are baking with a difference! Every previous attempt to make gingerbread has gone terribly wrong for me, I've always ended up making cake instead of biscuit dough, this time though, I was in possession of my grandfather's cook book… Continue reading Great Bookish Bakeoff – Gingerbread people!
Just a quick update on where I'm at with my 6 week challenge, we're in the third (?) week now and I've had a play with a few different editing programmes, I've edited four vids now, two are currently on my youtube (one will be going up at the weekend) and two on the series… Continue reading Winter is coming
Those of you that have been around a while will know that every year I take part in the Somer Valley FM 6 Week Challenge. Partly because I sort of have to being a volunteer at the station but also because sometimes, they can be quite fun. The first year I wrote an entire novel.… Continue reading Challenge…. Accepted?
This side of Paradise - F. Scott Fitzgerald. Every time I read the title I get that Coldplay song start going in my head, you know the one: PARA PARA PARADISE. I really hate Coldplay, so that was kind of annoying, fortunately, I really liked this book so... It evened itself out I guess. This… Continue reading This side of Paradise
Paper Aeroplanes - Dawn O'Porter You know when you've wanted to read a book for what feels like an eternity and you hype it up to the point where your expectations are virtually impossible to reach? I did that with this, I have been coveting it for ages, but unlike most books I have wanted… Continue reading Paper Aeroplanes
The Unwritten Rule - Elizabeth Scott So, we're still in the midst of the Six Week Challenge and I had rather hoped that doing this challenge would make me more selective about the books that I read, mostly because people (if there are any) would read these reviews and go, God, Leah's got a good… Continue reading The Unwritten Rule
Keeping you a secret - Julie Ann Peters Judging by the cover, a blurb hardly seems necessary.... I seem to spend my life searching for LGBT fiction where the characters are more than their sexuality. I know it's somewhat revelatory, but a person's orientation is not the only thing they have going on in their… Continue reading Keeping you a secret