Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour. The whole idea of reincarnation really intrigues me. Now I’ve brushed on religion and politics, back to the superficial. I never do it, and then when I am about to go out, I am standing there wondering what the hell I am going to wear. Snuggled up in front of a fire with a good book and a glass of wine – now that sounds like the way to spend your earthly hours!
Bell-ringing isn't a walk in the park, it's bloody hard; a team sport; a musical instrument; a combination of concentration, multi-tasking, rhythm and co-ordination, it's not for the impatient.This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. I have wondered if some past life recollections may be the result of memory transfer through DNA. I have absolutely no comprehension of why people like flirting with death.Deborah will be awarding an e Copy of Up and In to 3 randomly drawn winners via rafflecopter during the tour. It’s hard to reconcile that theory though with reports by people of past life recollections coming from a culture that their ancestors have never been a part of. Jumping out of planes, bungy jumping, white-water rafting, skiing fast down tree-lined cliff-faces – I just do not get it!After a few laborious dictionary browses, procrastinative website searches and a couple of emails to a seemingly lovely lady named Elizabeth, the date was set and I asked Lucy to meet me at Limehouse Station, not far from her place.Despite being an appalling liar, by the time we approached the looming gothic structure of St Dunstan church, Lucy was determined we were attending a Bach concert or, more excitedly, singing in one.Samantha started her career in entertainment dressed as Snow White in a theatre restaurant.
There she met her husband, Gordon, also a writer and together they started their own production which resulted in three lovely, loud boys.
To see a fictional story evolve in my home town and be able to relate to the places was good.
I didnt expect some of the content and would not by choice read that subject matter again.
While the increasingly neurotic Maria struggles to negotiate the school mum hierarchy, Joe quietly battles a midlife crisis and Kate attempts to grow up as gracefully as possible (without having her life ruined by embarrassing parents).
For every woman who has ever felt she may be wearing the wrong shoes, this is a book that will remind you - you're not alone. How does so much passive aggression fit itself into such a tiny punctuation mark? ‘Fine with me, full stop.’ ‘Fine with me full stop, no x.’ ‘Fine with me full stop no x, no way am I ever going to let you think you are in any way deserving of the lathered-up, flattery-filled, signed-off-with-a-kiss kind of email I always send to everyone else on this email list.’ And there you have it.
I’d love to turn that around and see if there are five things you can guess about me! But when Kate befriends the spoilt and moody Mirabella, Maria finds herself thrust into a high society of champagne-swilling mother-istas she hasn't budgeted for.