Monthly Archives: May 2016

Folk’d by Laurence Donaghy

  Folk’d is a story set in Belfast, and is written by a Belfast author. I think this is what makes it so good. As opposed to an author from anywhere else, Donaghy knows the dialect and all of the … Continue reading

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Hair Today… Wig Tomorrow!

9 Year Old Isabel Lambert from Sheffield, England is donating EIGHT INCHES of her hair to the Little Princess Trust who make wigs for child cancer patients free of charge. Isabel says; “I want to do this because I like … Continue reading

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13 Nights of Horror – The Disappearance of Rose Hillard by Amy Cross

I was recommended to read this book by my Fiance because he said compared to Cross’s usual work and indeed many Indies claiming to have something “Extreme” this book made him most uncomfortable. As usual when someone says that kind … Continue reading

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Happy Days Guesthouse – Bridlington

We recently spent the weekend in Bridlington on a mission to chill out, and visit some important people in our lives. Deciding where to stay is never easy in Bridlington, there are so many places you could stay that there … Continue reading

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Browns Bar & Brasserie – Afternoon Tea Experience

  My best friend and I decided to treat ourselves to an Afternoon Tea at Browns Bar and Brasserie recently and we very much enjoyed it! The staff were welcoming and attentive, and having forgotten to mention that we would … Continue reading

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The Prior John, Weatherspoons – Bridlington

I will be the first to admit that I turn my nose up at the mention of Weatherspoons. I don’t refuse to eat there, there’s nothing wrong with it, I just wouldn’t choose it when there are so many other … Continue reading

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