I'm a Author/Poet, Reviewer, Bookworm, Gamer, Music Lover, Wife and Mother!
I live in Scotland with my husband, our two sons, two guinea pigs and two bunnies! That's a lot of twos!
I love tea, dinosaurs, books, and am obsessed with pastries and bakery goodness!
Check out my Youtube Channel, Bunny's Pause where I Vlog my life, do book reviews and helpful advice videos.
I look forward to meeting you all and having tea and cake together!
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Did someone say cake? Baking? Bears? Yep, you read that correctly dear reader. Bears baking! I have the most exquisite children’s book review for you today. Grab your aprons, wash your hands and get ready to do some baking. I … Continue reading →
Who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned beat-em-up. A tonne of button bashing, that rush of adrenaline when you’re on a winning streak and your little victory dance at the end when you a crowned WINNER! If you’re a avid gamer … Continue reading →
Did I read that right? You may be wondering. What on earth is this crazy (but cute *wink*) Bunny going on about? Well my dear lovely readers allow me to explain a little. Pull up a chair and I shall … Continue reading →
Three years! Three years today and I was giving birth to our amazing gorgeous and cheeky son. Wow! Time has just whizzed past us these past few years. So much has happened. Some good, and some bad. I still can’t … Continue reading →
Wow when did that happen? 2017 already! And almost half way through the month! Crazy! I hope you all had a marvellous Christmas eating too much,spending time with family slumped in front of the telly and eating too much. One … Continue reading →
A month ago today I was feeling a bit out of sorts. You just know when something’s not right within your own body. We have that instant instinct the minute something’s up. We just know. No one knows our bodies … Continue reading →
I love a zoo! There is nothing better than having a day out seeing the beautiful animals that share this world with us. Of course I would much prefer them to be free and wild, roaming their natural habitat and … Continue reading →