Dec 2, 2017

The future of this blog and thanks...




I am taking a break, and this blog is archived until I can work on my website. The reasons for this choice are:

  • Too much on my plate.
  • I am embarking on new adventures. 
  • Most of my animals have departed.
  • I have a lot of reading to do, so I won't be able to do many reviews at the moment. 
  • I'm on a social media detox.


Thanks for being a reader and subscriber. Here's some fun highlights of my blogging adventures for the last seven years.































Nov 16, 2017

Thirteenth Doctor

Jodie Whittaker's style as The Doctor has been revealed. 

I took to Polyvore to get some inspiration. 

Thirteenth Doctor


Burberry wrap around dress
1 515 AUD - matchesfashion.com


Missoni stripe top
955 AUD - harrods.com


Allude striped sweater
535 AUD - net-a-porter.com


Burberry brown coat
860 AUD - net-a-porter.com


Proenza Schouler high waist trousers
800 AUD - modalist.com


Marni green pants
1 040 AUD - farfetch.com


UNIF socks
unifclothing.com



Steve Madden military boots
145 AUD - swell.com


Miss Selfridge rhinestone earrings
7.90 AUD - missselfridge.com


Bling Jewelry 14 karat gold hoop earrings
33 AUD - blingjewelry.com


Men s accessory
87 AUD - amazon.com




Nov 15, 2017

Gingerbread at Moonglow - Review and Giveaway


MY REVIEW:


This is the third book in the series by Deborah Garner about the Timberton Hotel and Moonglow Cafe, and the second one I have read.

You can see my review of Mistletoe at Moonglow here. I have to reiterate what I said, that this is a beautiful story to get you into the holiday mood.

Each of these novellas is a standalone story and they don't take very long to read. But they have a lovely familiarity, a cozy feeling, about them and you want to be friends with these characters.

Gingerbread at Moonglow, repeats the scenario that each year a small group of people gather at the Timberton Hotel for the holidays. For the last three years Mist has been running the Moonglow Cafe from the hotel, and it brings in both locals and people from afar.

Mist has a way of making all feel welcome. From the personal touches in their rooms, the fabulous menus, and the hand painted gifts, she weaves her own brand of magic making each guest happier. Everyone is special, everyone is included.

This year we have some familiar faces and some new ones, and it makes for a lovely little story. If you've read the other two you will want to know what happens with Mist and Michael, and I won't tell.

One thing about Deborah's stories is that they make you hungry. She describes all the lovely fare on offer at the cafe, and you just want to start baking. Just as well she has added some cookie recipes for you to try.

There's a mix up with the gingerbread house, which is cute and funny. But as with all good tales, there's a happy ending.


I received this book through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own.

Read on for information about the book, the author and a giveaway.