Silent Sunday 21.3.21
Mar21

Silent Sunday 21.3.21

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All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle
Mar19

All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle

All the Lonely People is the latest novel by Mike Gayle, which recently came out in paperback. I absolutely loved his previous novel, Half a World Away, so I knew I had to read All the Lonely People. All the Lonely People is the story of 84-year-old Hubert. Hubert leads a very active retirement with his friends Dennis, Dotty and Harvey – at least that’s what he tells his daughter Grace when she calls from Australia every...

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Lockdown 3: The end is in sight…
Mar16

Lockdown 3: The end is in sight…

Well, the kids have gone back to school, we’ve got the government’s ‘road map’ and the end of lockdown 3 is in sight. I don’t know about you, but every lockdown has felt very different, while also feeling very familiar. During lockdown 1, I counted the weeks for a long time. I remember everyone was so hung up on the end of the first three weeks and many people genuinely thought life would instantly get...

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Silent Sunday 14.3.21
Mar14

Silent Sunday 14.3.21

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Marathon Mum by Rachel Brown
Mar12

Marathon Mum by Rachel Brown

I was sent a copy of Marathon Mum by Rachel Brown to review (#ad #gifted). I don’t usually accept books for review, as reading is my relaxation and I want to be sure I will enjoy the books I read. But a book about running and a woman inspiring others to run? There was no way I was turning that down! Quite by coincidence, I wrote just the other day about how running can help mental health. If you don’t believe my little...

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