Monday, 26 October 2020

Read With Me 2020 #43

 Hello lovely readers.

Welcome to this weeks Read With Me.

Thank you so much for all of your book recommendations and condolences last week, all were very much appreciated.

We are at the start of half term here. What about you guys?

I'm looking forward to having a bit of extra time to read as I've found myself too tired to concentrate properly on books in recent weeks.

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Photo Books for Christmas

 Christmas is approaching.

There I said it, you can't deny it, with the year we've had, the festive season is creeping round quickly and actually I'm quite thankful for it. 

Honestly, I believe we could all do with a bit of cheer in our households right about now!

Now with this time of year we have to think about the gifts we are going to buy for people. And one of my go to presents is always photos- of my children to be precise.

Gone are the days when I buy the yearly school photo. A) Because my children aren't all at the same school and B) Because the are just so expensive! 

Nowadays I look online for great deals and inventive ways to share my photographs with loved ones. Now ASDA Photo have nailed it with their range of products. I was lucky enough to review one of their gorgeous slate panels last year. 

Fast forward to this year and they very kindly let me choose another one of their products to review and share with you all.

And I chose .....

A photo book.

I love a photo book as I think it allows you to tell the perfect story through pictures. 

Make the most of it and create the photobook you've been meaning to for ages... Whether it was the holiday of a lifetime, the best day of your life, or the new addition to the family.... we have a range of shapes, sizes and finishes to compliment your photos.

Monday, 19 October 2020

Read With Me 2020 #42

 Hey there and welcome to this weeks Read With Me linky.

I've been trying to get ahead of myself in recent weeks, scheduling posts in advance and adding links at a later to date to try and save myself some time.

Because of that I haven't had the chance to ask an important question. My lovely Nana passed away a couple of weeks ago and I was wondering if anyone had any good recommendations on children's books that cover the topic of loss?