The Knowledge – a book review

The Knowledge

I’ve not come across the Richard Jury series of detective books before, so I was eager to see if that would matter when I started to read The Knowledge by Martha Grimes. Published through Grove Press in August this year, this is the twenty-fourth book in the series and it’s one… Continue reading »

Getting winter ready with Simply Hike (ad)

Getting winter ready with Simply Hike

If, like me you feel the cold, then this might be your least favourite time of year.  My hands and feet get very cold, very quickly so I really do need to prepare for biting wind and freezing temperatures.  I’ve been getting winter ready with Simply Hike and planning ahead for… Continue reading »

World Formula 1 Records book (sent for review and giveaway)

World Formula 1 Records book

With just one race left in this year’s season and Lewis Hamilton already crowned World Champion for 2018 it seems like a good time to introduce you to the World Formula 1 Records book from Carlton Books.  This 192 page hardback book written by Bruce Jones is a must for any… Continue reading »

Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker (sent for review)

Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker

Now it might seem like a strange time of year to be thinking about frozen treats but in this household they are an all year round obsession. We’ve been putting the new Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker through its paces and we were all fighting to do the first taste test!… Continue reading »

World Football Records book – review and giveaway worth £19.99

World Football Records

Following on from yesterday’s football themed post, today I’m sharing with you the recently published World Football Records book from Carlton Books.  This 256 page hardback book written by Keir Radnedge is a must for any fan of the sport. The World Football Records book is the 10th edition which is full… Continue reading »

The Devil’s Half Mile – a book review

The Devils Half Mile

I do love a book that grips you from the start and having just finished The Devil’s Half Mile by Paddy Hirsch, I can confirm that this book does just that. Published through Corvus Books in July this year, it’s a book I can thoroughly recommend, especially if you like a… Continue reading »