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Reading, Writing, and Fic, oh my! by Lesley Davis

When I get the chance to read, between gaming which takes up as much time as I can possibly give it, then I like to read romance. I like the whole girl meets girl, they fall in love, and I have to have a happy ending. I’m a sucker for that. I like all genres.… Continue reading Reading, Writing, and Fic, oh my! by Lesley Davis

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Reading to match my mood by Anna Larner

What I read is entirely determined by my mood. Just like I choose a drink to compliment a moment, for example, the celebratory bubbles of a rose prosecco, the refreshment of a morning tea or the comfort of a hot chocolate on a winter’s evening, the absolute same can be said for my choice of… Continue reading Reading to match my mood by Anna Larner

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Riveting Reads by Skye Rowan

I always find it tricky to pin down exactly what it is I like to read. It all depends where I am and what I’m doing right? I do love a good series and last winter I decided to take on ‘The Bone Season’ by Samantha Shannon. Its’s an incredible series set in the future… Continue reading Riveting Reads by Skye Rowan

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2020 Changed Me by Anne Shade

To say I’ve changed in 2020 is an understatement. The changes that we have all had to make during the pandemic and social distancing has taught me a lot about myself. Something I’m sure many of us can say. One major thing I’ve learned about myself is that I’m not as strong as I always… Continue reading 2020 Changed Me by Anne Shade

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Define “Normal” by Cari Hunter

It’s taken a pandemic to make me realise the job I’ve done for almost nineteen years is far from ordinary. For a while there, those of us on the National Health Service frontline were treated like heroes, with a weekly doorstep round of applause, priority shopping at the supermarkets, and free food. So much free… Continue reading Define “Normal” by Cari Hunter

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Cannabis bumblebees in 2020 by Brey Willows

It’s said (by someone far more intelligent than myself) that true change comes from within. Now, apparently those of us with the mental capacity of cannabis infused bumblebees are supposed to understand what that means at some point in our rather muddled and messy lives. I am happy to say I made a few breakthroughs… Continue reading Cannabis bumblebees in 2020 by Brey Willows

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The Holidays are Coming, the Holidays are Coming! by MA Binfield

Albert Einstein suggested that time was an illusion. He was bad at grooming, but pretty smart, and I think we can all agree that it’s an important theory. So important that it was almost certainly put to music by groovy pop combo Imagination in their 1982 hit “Just An Illusion” . Okay, that last part… Continue reading The Holidays are Coming, the Holidays are Coming! by MA Binfield

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Finding Inspiration in Appreciation by Jenny Frame

Write about what you see, hear, and experience in the world. That’s the advice always given to writers. But unless you’re writing about a dystopian future, filled with zombies, death, and destruction, the world isn’t very inspiring these days, not for a happily ever after kind of romance writer like me, anyway. And yet as… Continue reading Finding Inspiration in Appreciation by Jenny Frame

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Not Just a Side Hustle by Cathy Dunnell

I’m a debut BSB author and my first novel ‘Beulah Lodge’ is due to be published in autumn 2021. This represents the fulfilment of a life-long dream for me; I have always wanted to be a writer, for as long as I can remember. But the strange thing is, that although I wanted desperately to… Continue reading Not Just a Side Hustle by Cathy Dunnell