Friday, 13 September 2019

A Personalised Experience with ASDA Photo

I make it no secret on my blog that I am a sucker for a good personalised product, especially when it involves being able to use photos of my friends and family to create those extra special gifts and unbeknownst to me, ASDA photo offer a huge variety of products. I'm almost embarrassed to say that I didn't even realise that ASDA even provided a photo service (obviously I do now.)

Last week I was kindly offered the chance to try out their services. In order to do this I was provided with two gift voucher codes that enabled me to purchase two of their items, this meant there was no cost to myself.

So I guess you're now wondering what kind of products do they have to offer? ASDA photo has a wide range of personalised products. These include:

Canvases
Cards
Calendars
Cushions
Photo books
Mugs

As well as other items which would be perfect for your home, office and kitchen areas or indeed as generous gifts for friends and family members.

Your space, your photos


All of these items allow you to capture all of your favourite moments in some unique and quirky ways.

In the end I finally decided on ordering a canvas print and one of their slate panel photos.

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Thursday, 12 September 2019

Heart in the Right Home by Lisa Hill Blog Tour

Lisa Hill is an author who loves to write contemporary romance books with a light-hearted tone and she aims to entertain with her heartfelt stories. Her latest novel, Heart in the Right Home is the second in the series to feature character Lottie Hardwicke but lucky for you guys, it can also be read as a standalone.

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Wedding bells are chiming in the village of Clunderton, but will it be happy-ever-afters all around? Rebecca Cavendish thinks not. All she’s feeling is shame and remorse since her affair with property mogul, Edward Hardwicke, whilst in another corner of the village, Louise Edwards is slowly coming to the conclusion she might not be in love with husband, Johnnie, anymore. 

Meanwhile, Lottie Hardwicke is resisting the urge to do what she does best…interfere. When Edward’s son, James, turns up announcing Hardwickes’ intentions to develop land on the outskirts of the village into residential homes, and Edward makes a further shocking announcement, a divide begins to set hold amongst the villagers, perhaps more monumental than the country being torn apart by Brexit… 

Will Lottie refrain? Or will she cave-in to that need to interfere, and ensure everyone ends up with their heart in the right home? 

This is what I'd describe as the perfect Summer read.

Monday, 9 September 2019

Read With Me 2019 #36

Hello everyone and welcome to this weeks Read With Me. Everyone should be back to normal now with all schools back in session so I'm hoping to see all of your lovely book posts this week.

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I always find I read more this time of year, I think in part due to the weather that starts to keep us indoors as autumn begins.

When do you find you read this most?