Monthly Archives: November 2011

…In with the New

The Groovingmums bloghop encourages women to consider themselves a bit more, to sparkle as a woman in our own right as the festive season approaches at breakneck speed, to move forward with goals large and small and to get that … Continue reading

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10 on Tuesday

The delightful Heidi from Him_Me_Three has started a new feature on her website called 10 on Tuesday.  The idea is that a different person each week answers 10 simple questions about themselves so that other bloggers can get to know … Continue reading

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Out with the Old…

The Groovingmums bloghop encourages women to consider themselves a bit more, to sparkle as a woman in our own right as the festive season approaches at breakneck speed, to move forward with goals large and small and to get that … Continue reading

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Fiction Friday – Aphrodite’s Hat

This post is based on a concept by @homedad.  His idea is to celebrate the best books written for children, and he’s doing that here: http://www.tamingtoddlers.blogspot.com/p/fiction-fridays.html. I’ve decided to do it a little differently and post the book that I’m … Continue reading

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Spooky Happenings

Do you believe in angels, reincarnation, the spirit world, ghosts, aliens?  This was written for Patti Roberts in response to a request for stories such as the following. Patti is @PattiRoberts7 on Twitter.  Here is a link to her ebook … Continue reading

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Groove On

The Groovingmums bloghop is about encouraging mums to rediscover themselves, to reinvent themselves, to seek out some time just for themselves and their interests and perhaps just to live a little more vibrantly.  This week’s challenges from www.kateonthinice.wordpress.com are: Share … Continue reading

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Are you sure it should be that colour?

This was written for the @jfb57 100 word challenge Week 19.  This week’s prompt is to write up to 150 words of dialogue including the phrase: Are you sure it should be that colour?’   “Hattie?” “Yes, Kayla.” “Your mum’s … Continue reading

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Book Review- On Writing by Stephen King & A Novel in a Year by Louise Doughty

I was given these books for my birthday and have read them both in less than a week.  I’ve had a vague idea for a while that I’d like to be a writer, but short of just putting pen to … Continue reading

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Plasticine Creation for Silent Sunday

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Call yourself a Writer?

There is only one answer to this question: I would like to, very much, but I can’t yet proclaim it with any honesty.  I post a few blog pieces, read as much as time allows and aspire to be a … Continue reading

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