An Interview with Lucy Rycroft – Author of ‘Redeeming Advent’, blogger at Desertmum & GIVEAWAY!

I’m very excited to interview author and blogger Lucy Rycroft as part of her blog tour celebrating the release of her brand new Advent devotional ‘Redeeming Advent’. I’ve been reading Lucy’s blog ‘Desertmum’ for a while now and it’s really wonderful to have this talented writer on my blog! If you would like a chance to […]

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8 Years of Blogging

WordPress have congratulated me for blogging for 8 years today. What. A. Journey. I thought I’d do a little interview with myself for those who don’t know much about this little space of mine. I hope it doesn’t come across as narcissistic… How did this blog start? To think that I started this blog to […]

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Freaking out over public speaking

J.K. Rowling and I should go for a coffee. We seem to have a lot in common. Besides our love for writing, books and our vivid imaginations, I found out earlier this week that we share a common fear. Someone asked the Harry Potter author over Twitter what terrifies her and she replied: Public speaking. […]

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Five Years of Blogging

Today marks my 5th anniversary of blogging. I have written about all sorts of topics including: Bruce Almighty, becoming a wife, Auschwitz, the homeless,  the Highway Code (or my version of it at least) and so much more – check out the archives on my the right hand side of my home page. A lot has happened […]

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The Vulnerable Me

It’s 2016. The first post of the year. Where to begin? Truth be told, I don’t know where to begin. I find that when I don’t know where to begin, I should go back to the start. Blogging started back in 2011 when I wanted to tell my friends and wider readers about my experience […]

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A Blogger Blogging About My Blog: Why I Write The Mustard Seed

This week at #The Loft, we are chatting about blogging! As a blogger since 2011, I have never thought about talking about my blog as a subject in itself. Usually, it writes itself and people generally get the idea… (I think). However, it is a great opportunity to share with you the motivations behind why […]

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