Books Writing

Spy Toys: Out of Control by Mark Powers

Toy Story meets James Bond in the second book in this incredible action-packed series!   Fresh from the success of their first mission, our heroes the Spy Toys – Dan the Snugaliffic Cuddlestar bear, Arabella the Loadsasmiles Sunshine Doll and Flax the custom-made police robot rabbit – are ready for their next task. This time,Continue Reading “Spy Toys: Out of Control by Mark Powers”

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Hello April!

Here we are once again at the end of another month. Saturday will mark the beginning of April, can you believe it?!? We’re only weeks away from Easter already, and I’m in serious need of a kick up the ass! In the last week or two I’ve fallen off the blogging bandwagon, and my constantContinue Reading “Hello April!”

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Wicklow Mountains Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of 2 in my series of Wicklow Mountains photographs! If you haven’t seen Part 1, simply click here! For part 2, we ventured further into the mountains and made our way towards Glendalough, a little town up in the middle of the mountains with an amazing graveyard and round tower. SimplyContinue Reading “Wicklow Mountains Part 2”

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Wicklow Mountains Part 1

As some of you may know, I was to go on a little trip last weekend, alas due to other circumstances, that trip never happened. I still had the weekend booked off in advance, and didn’t want the weekend to go to waste. I have a major love for photography as well as reading, bloggingContinue Reading “Wicklow Mountains Part 1”

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Hello March

Welcome back everyone to my monthly recap post! For those of you unfamiliar with my “Hello__” series, at the end of every month, I look back over everything I did during that month, as we say hello to the next month! February was such a quick one, too. I feel like it was only last week thatContinue Reading “Hello March”

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The Weekly Word: Dublin Adventure

Welcome back friends, to another Monday edition of The Weekly Word! As you can see, I’ve changed up the featured image for The Weekly Word again. I still wasn’t happy with how it looked, so I’m trying this, and hopefully third time’s the charm. I had a busy week this week, and lots to catchContinue Reading “The Weekly Word: Dublin Adventure”

Books

In Which I Read "The Black Lotus" by Kieran Fanning

Ghost, Cormac and Kate are not like other kids. Ghost can turn invisible, Cormac can run up walls and Kate can talk to animals– all abilities which make them perfect recruits for the Black Lotus, a training school for ninjas. But when the Moon Sword– a source of unimaginable power– is stolen by samurai, theContinue Reading “In Which I Read "The Black Lotus" by Kieran Fanning”