Oh dear goodness… do you remember a month ago when I actually thought March would be a good month? As we start April 2020, a lot of us are unsure of what the next week, month, or even the next few months will bring. But as ever, it’s the first day of April 2020, and it’s no April Fool’s that we’re still inside. So grab a cuppa, or an alcoholic beverage because who am I to tell you when you can or can’t drink, and let’s have a little catch up shall we?
I feel like I shouldn’t start today’s post with “Happy Wednesday!” – in fact, even sitting down to write this feels a little strange. It’s the middle of the morning. I should be answering work calls, fighting with pinking scissors on fluffy velvets, and invoicing out goods. But with work officially closed for at least the next 3 weeks, what better time to highlight a new book you could all be reading?
Two posts in one day? Oh you lucky people! As I was saying in my earlier post – Hypnos by Jon Biddle – I somehow managed to arrange to have two book reviews go live in the one day. So welcome back to Life With Ktkinnes, as we take a look at Tusker by Dougie Arnold. Continue reading “Tusker by Dougie Arnold*”
It’s a Wednesday again, and as we all are beginning to think what life may be like when we go on lockdown, I’m back with not one but two posts today – you lucky people! Continue reading “Hypnos by Jon Biddle*”
Having complained back in February about how much time I was spending on my phone, I was delighted to be approached by Sarah from LoveCrafts to work with them in exchange for an honest review! Continue reading “Knitting the MillaMia Scarf with LoveCrafts”
Happy Wednesday everyone! We’re back today with The Mystery Blogger Award Tag, and I’ll be honest, I was amazed when I realised it’s been more than 2 years since I last took part in this tag! Continue reading “Mystery Blogger Award Tag”
Please believe me when I say HELLO MARCH 2020 YOU BEAUTIFUL MONTH! I don’t know about you, but I have been just waiting for February to end – I don’t know how or why but it genuinely felt like a longer month than January. Or was that just for me? Continue reading “March 2020”