The Serpents Mark

The Serpent’s Mark – AD sent for review

I don’t get to read enough historical thrillers, so when I was asked to take a look at The Serpent’s Mark recently I couldn’t refuse.  Written by S W Perry and published through Corvus in June this year, this novel is set in Elizabethan England and is full of suspense and intrigue. The Serpent’s Mark […]

Enjoying an explosive time at Brainiac Live

Enjoying an explosive time at Brainiac Live – AD invited to review

We were invited down to the Garrick Theatre earlier in the week to spend an hour enjoying an explosive time at Brainiac Live.  My nine-year-old son and I hadn’t heard of the original Brainiac television series, but the show sounded fun and we were looking forward to seeing what the show was all about. We […]

Project 365 2019 Week 32

Project 365 2019 Week 32

Project 365 2019 Week 32 Day 216 – 222 Sunday 4th August – Day 216 We had a quiet morning after a busy day yesterday.  After lunch, I headed over to see my brother and his family.  My  SIL’s Dad passed away suddenly on Thursday and everyone is still in shock. While I was there […]

Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace

Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace – AD invited to review

Being based in North Oxfordshire it’s always nice when a big event is held fairly close to home.  We were invited along for the fourth year running to enjoy a day at Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace last weekend.  We’ve always been on the last day of the four-day event in previous years, but this […]

Cat Crimes

Celebrating International Cat Day with Cat Crimes – AD sent for review and giveaway

It’s no big secret that we are a family of cat lovers here.  With seven-year-old Brewster and our four-month-old kitten Paddington, ThinkFun knew they’d found the purrfect family to spend time celebrating International Cat Day with Cat Crimes. Cat Crimes is a logic game aimed at anyone aged eight years and over.  It’s predominately a […]