Book review: Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson

Summary This psychological thriller entails the story of a young woman called Megan. When she was ten years old, her older brother Zac went missing from a small seaside town called WhiteCliff. Ten Years later, her parents pass away in a car crash, Megan receives a postcard on the day of her parents funeral withContinue reading “Book review: Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson”

‘If I Die Before I Wake’ by Emily Koch.

Summary Alex is an experienced outdoor climber, however, since falling in a bad accident, he has spent the last eighteen months in a coma. Despite being in a coma, Alex can hear everything that’s going on around him. Including when the police suggest that his accident could have been attempted murder. Can Alex prove toContinue reading “‘If I Die Before I Wake’ by Emily Koch.”

The Shop Assistant – Short story

Ivy hobbled through the town’s shopping arcade. Her ageing bones making the walk to her favorite shoe shop seem like she was attempting a marathon. Shopping had always been Ivy’s therapy ever since she was young, today she felt she deserved to splurge out and treat herself. She finally reached the shop, taken in byContinue reading “The Shop Assistant – Short story”

‘If I Die Before I Wake’ by Emily Koch.

Summary Alex is an experienced outdoor climber, however, since falling in a bad accident, he has spent the last eighteen months in a coma. Despite being in a coma, Alex can hear everything that’s going on around him. Including when the police suggest that his accident could have been attempted murder. Can Alex prove toContinue reading “‘If I Die Before I Wake’ by Emily Koch.”

‘Never Greener’ by Ruth Jones review

Callum a 37-year-old teacher in Scotland is expecting his third child with his wife Belinda, he is happy in his little bubble until 22-year-old barmaid Kate starts working in his brother’s pub. They both get consumed in their wild passionate affair, but life interrupts and they are forced to go their separate ways. Until seventeenContinue reading “‘Never Greener’ by Ruth Jones review”

‘The Institute’ by Stephen King.

The Institute is a science-fiction, horror/thriller, it entails the story of a young boy called Luke, who has very special powers. Life is pretty normal for Luke despite this, until he is kidnapped and taken to an extremely private institute in Maine, where more children with powers such as telepathy and telekinesis are being usedContinue reading “‘The Institute’ by Stephen King.”

Little fires everywhere by Celeste Ng.

The second novel by Celeste Ng has become an international bestseller for a reason, Celeste depicts lives in the small town of Shaker Heights, where everybody stays in their perfectly well-behaved bubble. Elena Richardsons’ family are the ideal candidates for this town. Everything is running just as it should be until outsiders, Mia a driftingContinue reading “Little fires everywhere by Celeste Ng.”

Interview with teaching assistant Julie Collins, find out about her experiences working in a special needs school.

Have you ever thought of working with children/people with special needs, read teaching assistant Julie’s own experiences working in the special needs sector. Julie,53 worked in the civil service for thirty years before becoming a teaching assistant at Hope School in Wigan. Only when Julie was offered voluntary redundancy from the civil service, did sheContinue reading “Interview with teaching assistant Julie Collins, find out about her experiences working in a special needs school.”

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