Wise(ish) Words For Kids | A Review and Giveaway

The lovely people behind ‘The Book of Everyone‘ have a new book out – Wise(ish) Words for kids. Wise(ish) Words is a personalised, 50-page book, with useful and funny advice for 8-16 year olds and personalised by you. We were sent a book for Ava – which I’ll keep for her until she’s a bit older – and it’s a really lovely, fun…

The Crater Craft App Review #AD

When a distant planet signals for help, your exciting new life begins. You’ve been made Craftmaster of your own crater – and the friendly locals need your creativity and management skills to rebuild their world! Grow quirky plants and harvest their precious materials. Build your team of Crafters to make ever-more amazing items and bring in curious tourists. The more you craft,…

A Wine Tasting With Spuntini, at Veeno Nottingham

A couple of weeks ago I went to a lovely wine tasting at Veeno in Nottingham. Veeno is an Italian wine cafe, offering quality Italian wines and Spuntini appetisers with chains across the UK. I’d never heard of it until they invited me along for a wine tasting, so I was intrigued to see what it would be like. I…

Beautiful and Timeless Children’s Clothing From La Coqueta | A Review

“…traditional, timeless fashion for children…” I love dressing A in lovely clothes. Generally that means clothes from Next, supermarkets, or occasionally John Lewis, but occasionally it means something super special from a small brand or family business. I love putting an outfit together for her with some pretty or bright shoes, and a pretty hair clip, and seeing her look…

A Review of The People at Number 9, by Felicity Everett

I was really looking forward to reading ‘The People at Number 9‘ – it sounded like a great psychological thriller, and I was expecting to not be able to put it down, and spend a couple of days reading late into the night until it was done. And yet, now I’ve finished it I’m not quite sure what to make…