Get Ready For A Bloggers Bash! If you are reading this, then you know that I have a blog – and I try to post something every single day. Recently, I found out I was nominated by the Bloggers Bash… Read More ›
Time To Head To Siberia – The Bookmobile Boards The Legendary Trans-Siberian Railroad! As we all know, there’s been ALL THIS TALK ABOUT RUSSIA. Yet, even with all that chatter, we discuss it as a thing, not as a country… Read More ›
The 5th Annual Bloggers Bash! Five Reasons To Love Social Media! Previewing London’s Big Basher Event!
5 Things I Love About Social Media! I was prompted to consider something “in the key of five” by the Bloggers Bash site: as they celebrate their fifth year, the call went out to post using “FIVE” as a prompt…. Read More ›
Looking For The Ultimate Escape? For one determined young woman, that “ultimate escape” involved a year on a deserted island! For this “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile”, I want to focus on Author Lucy Irvine’s incredible life and the books she wrote… Read More ›
The Annual “Bloggers Bash” 2019 Edition! A Surprising Nomination – And A Look At The Bloggers Group And London Too!
What A Nice Surprise! As someone who posts a lot of stories on my blog, I’ve had the chance to meet many other Bloggers, and one of them was nice enough to nominate me for the 5th annual Bloggers Bash!… Read More ›
“They Shall Not Grow Old” – An Amazing Cult Movie Monday! Director Peter Jackson Brings History To Life!
An Amazing Cinematic Achievement From Director Peter Jackson! Director Peter Jackson, known of course for his brilliant “Lord Of The Rings” trilogy among many other films, has now created more cinematic history! For this “Cult Movie Monday”, I want to… Read More ›
“Let It Be!” 50 Years Later, The “Real” Beatles Documentary Is Coming! Director Peter Jackson’s Musical Rescue!
The Beatles Will Finally “Let It Be!” 50 years after The Beatles made pop culture history with their London rooftop mini-concert, “Lord Of The Rings” Director Peter Jackson has announced that he will make a new documentary using all of… Read More ›