Sometimes you just have to stop for coffee and cake, this cake was chocolate and orange, absolutely delicious. I still love this coffee shop and it is still proving to be very popular.



This book was certainly different and took me a long time to get into it but I did persevere to the end. Thank you to Netgalley for the chance to read and review this book.

The mysterious Dr Shields signs up Jessica for some question and answer sessions, thinking this will be a very simple way to earn some money Jessica jumps at the idea. What is all this really about, the questions appear to get weird making her think about things far too much and in a different way. Is this really about psychology or is there a more sinister reason going on behind all this. Who can you trust and when do you know you can trust them?

I must admit this is not a book I would have chosen to read if I had known a bit more about it. Not a classic thriller at all.

What did you think?


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There are few things better than finishing your work for the week, packing up, and hitting the road in your favourite campervan. Thousands of people indulge in this activity each and every weekend, making the most of the summers which are on offer. Of course, though, the weather can be unpredictable at the best of times, and can easily put a damper on the fun you had planned for yourself. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to make a raining camping trip a whole lot more enjoyable, making the most of what you have when the rain is pouring.

The Right Locations

If you’ve travelled in a campervan before, you will probably have a good idea of what you like to spend your time doing on an adventure like this. Popular activities include sitting in the sun, enjoying long walks, and visiting historical locations. All of these are outdoors, though, making it hard to enjoy them when the weather is bad. Thankfully, solving this will often only take a little bit of research. By choosing locations which a good range of indoor and outdoor activities on offer, you have the chance to make the most of your camping, regardless of the weather you find when you arrive.

The Right Tools

Along with choosing a location which enables you find things to do, it can also be very helpful to bring some tools along with you. Rain doesn’t mean that it will be cold, making it worth reading some detailed reviews by Gazebo Jungle to help you to find some shelter which can help you to enjoy spending time in the rain. Of course, you may not feel the sun on your back, but you won’t be forced to get wet or stay indoors, making it well worth bringing a gazebo or tent along with you. Along with this, it could also be worth taking some wellies and a waterproof coat with you. There are few things worse than being trapped in a campervan without the ability to even go for a walk.

The Right Attitude

Like any kind of trip, finding enjoyment when you’re camping in the rain is a simple matter of adopting the right attitude. It will be easy to feel grumpy, especially if you resign yourself to spending all of your time inside the camper. In reality, though, you can power through this sort of emotion, looking for the bright side to a dull day. A good way to achieve this goal is by going away with a group. It will be far harder to find yourself bored when you are with other people, and this can drive you do to far more with the time you have.

With all of this in mind, you should be feeling ready to take on a camping trip in the rain. A lot of people let this sort of weather ruin their holidays, even when they don’t have to. A little bit of bad weather is no reason to stop living your life, though.



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The Sunday Times and Audible Short Story Award

The Sunday Times and Audible Short Story Award
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