Monthly Archives: September 2012

Weekend Cooking – St Fagins

Back in July I headed up to Cardiff to spend the weekend with hubby who was away working as part of the Olympics. We awoke on a Saturday morning to glorious sunny weather and the forecast of temperatures in the … Continue reading

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Ramblings from my Desk…..(9)

Since my last ramblings post the Olympics have finished and the Paralympics started and finished. Didn’t Team GB make us proud? Not though, just Team GB, all the Olympians represented their Countries with pride.  A friend of mine was one … Continue reading

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Sirens of Paris by David Leroy

The story is set in War torn Paris during the Second World War. Marc is an American, who truly wants to be an artist, ventures to France and is soon caught up in the ex pat world. These are dangerous … Continue reading

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Favourite Historical Fiction set in the United Kingdom

When, over at Historical Tapestry we first discussed the concept of a series of posts about our favourite historical fictional writing centred in our home country I wondered and debated on whether to feature the United Kingdom or simply England. … Continue reading

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The Results – Back to the Books Giveaway

Thanks to all that took part in this Giveaway Hop. This was my first one and I had 58 entries. I asked hubby to call a number which would represent the winner. The winner is ………. Jill at Christmas Pie … Continue reading

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Back to the Books Giveaway Hop 1st – 7th September 2012

As I continue to cull the contents of my study and many bookshelves I thought I would take part in the Back to the Books Giveaway Hop, hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer You can see all … Continue reading

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