Category Archives: Women’s Fiction

Me Before You (review)

It has taken me a few days to get to this point because I was reeling and crying and just so overwhelmed by the characters in this book. Lou was cute and managed, with Will’s help, to grow out of … Continue reading

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Bikini Lines

My strimmer’s broken – and yes, I did replace the wire!  This is the fourth one in as many years.  I know they’re not expensive but what a waste!  I’ve mowed the lawn but there is a definite unkempt look to … Continue reading

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Not in my name

Excuse me?  Where did the words in this post disappear to?  Is someone censoring me?

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Turn Off The Sound

I heard an interesting piece of advice once: if you want to see the true state of a relationship (and we were discussing film stars at the time) watch an interview with the couple and turn off the sound.  The dynamics … Continue reading

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Rewind

If you’ve been reading my FB updates or tweets then you’ll know that a few days ago my hard drive stopped working.  It has since been replaced and I have now restored as much as I can – not off the … Continue reading

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Invisible Poisons

My brother is convinced I am being slowly poisoned by phenylalanine and/or aspartic acid.  Now, he didn’t say phenylalanine or even aspartic acid, he said sweetener, aspartame to be exact.  I have looked into it and, sure enough, the sweetener I use (canderel) … Continue reading

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Devil’s Brew

You just know this post is about drinking!  Apparently it would appear that alcohol, even small amounts of it, are detrimental to the growth of a young person’s brain.  Brains are not fully developed until the age of 25 and … Continue reading

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