I was provided an eArc of this book for review, and Amazon link (image) is an affiliate link. Buy at AmazonHe had started to remove his clothes as logic had deserted him, and his skin was cracked. Whatever had been going through Cameron's mind when he was alive, he didn't look peaceful in … [Read more...] about The Lost Man by Jane Harper
I still get a fair few contacts via social media about home education, so I thought it was probably time for a bit of an update on where we are, how we're doing and what it looks like these days. Also, I was inspired by Adele over at Beautiful Tribe who wrote a beautiful post about resetting … [Read more...] about Home education, how's it looking these days?
Before anyone gets excited, this isn't a sponsored post. (I'm very open to working with phone brands or recycling /decluttering folks if anyone is offering mind.) A little while before Christmas I won a new Huawei P20 Pro mobile phone, I may have enthused about it at the time. Which meant that my … [Read more...] about Making money for old phones with CEX
I borrowed this from the library in December and couldn't face taking it back without reading it. It's utterly beautiful, both story and pictures. (It was the pictures that drew me in to begin with, as we've a picture book by Jo Weaver already, the very beautiful little bear.) The pictures … [Read more...] about A Story Like The Wind by Gill Lewis, illustrated by Jo Weaver.
I've lost count of how many times I've started fresh, made big changes, promised I'd be different. I don't think I've ever lasted much more than a week. So no resolutions. No big changes. No more of a fresh start than the change of a number in a date. I am going to try a little harder with … [Read more...] about A resolution free zone