A Little Angel Named Anna

When I was a young ‘un, there was a series of exquisitely illustrated books by the elusive author, Fynn, that I read over and over, voraciously, so much did they delight me. The author and scribe of dear Anna had claimed them to be the gospel truth of a young angel untimely taken from him […]

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Dearest: No one Doubled to Some

Today I would like to share a poem a very dear friend wrote for me when I fell from the face of society for a small spell. He is not only a gifted poet and a brilliant mind, but the kind of human bean whose kindness and compassion know no bounds. I hope you are […]

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The Gift of a Good Book: Restorative Reads That’ll Keep On Giving This New Year

Some might say that happiness begins in the mind. And perhaps they’ve learnt a thing or two about it. Every thought we allow into our lives has the power to do harm or to do good, so They say, yet again… Seems logical enough. Who knows? Maybe it’s time we got a little selective with […]

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Why We Should All Love Picture Books: A Second Chapter

Okay, okay… so admittedly, this post is a day early for Wednesday Appreciation, but bahumbuggery to that!  Hope you enjoy, dearest reader o’ mine:) xoxo   The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr   When I was around six years old, I had a pet kangaroo named Raspberry. Well, to be fair, she was more […]

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