Last weekend, Dimas and I decided to have a day out somewhere exploring. For January, the weather seemed pleasant enough to risk going out - unlike today which is rainy, blustery and basically a duvet day. We live in Essex and decided to go somewhere that's not too far out of the way but enough… Continue reading Weekend Travels – Manningtree
Over the summer, I happened to pop into a local museum on my lunch break; it was a wonderfully calm (and air conditioned!) way to spend an hour. After having a look around the exhibits, I came across this little reproduction booklet of War-Time Cookery from 1940. Inside there are recipes for meat and veg… Continue reading War-Time Cookery: Mixed Fruit Pudding Recipe from 1940
Now that summer is coming to an end, I'm getting in the mood for cosy evenings watching spooky films and reading good books - with plenty of cups of hot tea in my witches brew mug! This month I have picked up The Bell Witch by Brent Monahan and A Second Chance (The Chronicles of… Continue reading My September Reads
A review of the historical novel, set during World War Two.
This is the excerpt for your very first post.