Books

A book review: Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghost Stories

TITLE: Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories AUTHOR: multiple authors PUBLISHED: 1983 SYNOPSIS A collection of fourteen of Roald Dahl's favourite ghost stories. Featuring authors including, but not limited to: Rosemary Timperley, L.P. Hartley, Edith Wharton, and Cynthia Asquith, this collection is the result of an intense study by Dahl to find the best ghost stories… Continue reading A book review: Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghost Stories

The everyday

Inner child versus outer adult

I put the photo above on Instagram this morning, it's one of the pathways inside The National Botanic Garden of Wales. It's a nice picture, well, I think so anyway. It's pretty and perhaps most people would look at it and say 'ah that's lovely' and then not give it a second thought, and that's fine,… Continue reading Inner child versus outer adult

Seasonal

Could you live somewhere that has a murky past?

Seeing as it's the spooky season, I thought it would be fun to write something that not only honours this time of year, but also asks a question, because I love this style of post. With that in mind, do leave a comment at the end if you would like to join the discussion! Now,… Continue reading Could you live somewhere that has a murky past?