I’m thrilled to be helping get this blog tour off to a start today. And you’re in for a treat! Synopsis No one wants to be single at the holidays. Even Little Miss Grinch, Nikki, a successful and independent woman, must face her bachelorette status at the most horrible time of the year. December is… Continue reading A Christmas Date by Camilla Isley: fun, clever and Christmassy
A visit to the zoo today has inspired this post! So … what kind of writing animal are you? Panda – you’re a showy writer and refuse to be hurried, but don’t let time run out on you. Meerkat – you’re too busy studying the market and watching everyone else to actually sit down and… Continue reading What Kind Of Writing Animal Are You?
A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics by Jeffrey A Zilahy is a great book. It’s unique and it’s very well done. And the title turns out to be true – mathematics actually is fun. Well, at least in this author’s hands. He has an engaging style of writing and a great sense of humour. We… Continue reading A Maths Book That’s Fun. Seriously!
Who Put the Eye in the Pumpkin Pie? by Stephanie Dagg It was Halloween, about half past three, We were sitting down to have some tea. Mum had made a big, plump pumpkin pie, But when she cut it open, she found … an eye! Now as you might guess, that spoilt the meal And… Continue reading Who Put The Eye In The Pumpkin Pie? – fun poem for Halloween
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