Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are four unique individuals, we like totally different styles of music and it comes together in our music to create the sound that we have. We are from different backgrounds as well. Luke and Trace are from the Midwest in … Continue reading Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Game Review: The Godfather 2

This is one of those games that wasn’t critically praised but still made it onto my list of personal favourites. Being honest though, that wasn’t always the case, when I first bought myself a copy I played it for a few hours and just couldn’t get into it, I gave up and just didn’t return … Continue reading Game Review: The Godfather 2

Game Review: The Dog Island

The Dog Island is an adventure roleplaying game which was developed by Yuke’s and published by Ubisoft and released for the Wii and PS2 in 2008. The main story follows a dog (who you get to name, and to an extent design) who goes off on an adventure to discover a special plant which will … Continue reading Game Review: The Dog Island

Top 10: Simpsons – Treehouse of Horror Episodes

So I covered a lot of this in my Top 10: Simpsons Episodes list but The Simpsons is a long running American animated sitcom featuring the titular family ‘The Simpsons’ in the wacky, surreal, dysfunction and heartwarming adventures in Springfield. The Treehouse of Horror, is an annual self contained series of Halloween themed episodes, the … Continue reading Top 10: Simpsons – Treehouse of Horror Episodes

Book Review: His Personal Reich by L. Salt

Before I move on with the review, I've had this one waiting for a while but circumstances have meant it hasn't gone up till now and so I want to apologise unreservedly to the author L. Salt for the wait. Okay before we get going, I want to tell you a little bit about the … Continue reading Book Review: His Personal Reich by L. Salt

Product Review: Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll

As usual for these product reviews, let's start with a little background on the company. Greggs plc is a UK based bakery chain, in fact it's the largest in the country. It sells a variety of products include pies, bakes, sausage rolls, sandwiches and a variety of sweets and confections including yum yums, doughnuts and … Continue reading Product Review: Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll

Puzzle Pieces by Chloe Copland

I miss your arms wrapped around me, my blanket on a winter’s night. The warmth and comfort of steaming tea too hot to sip.   I miss the way your hand fitted into mine. We were two pieces of a jigsaw; old and new, that only partially matched. Pressing and crushing harder to fit only … Continue reading Puzzle Pieces by Chloe Copland

The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later

It is hard to believe that the best selling console of all time is almost 20 years old and still stands the test of time as one of the greatest consoles ever produced. With over 150 million units sold globally in its life and a library of 3500+ games, the PlayStation 2 is renowned as … Continue reading The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later

Copland’s Cookin: Broccoli and Stilton Soup

  For Four: 1 small onion 1 stalk and broccoli head 1 celery stalk 2 cloves of garlic 2 Large potatoes 50-100g stilton blue 100g of butter 10-25ml of oil Salt and pepper Optional Ingredients (for four): 200ml of double cream 5g of dried mixed herbs 5g dried oregano 5g dried coriander 5g celery salt … Continue reading Copland’s Cookin: Broccoli and Stilton Soup

Food Review – Cafe Koko

This review is from a meal we had at Cafe Koko, Kilmarnock on Wednesday 18th September 2019. Enjoy! Before we get started you can check out their Menu, for an idea of the prices and food on offer. So instead of ordering a full meal we decided to just order a dessert this time. So … Continue reading Food Review – Cafe Koko

Food Review – The coffee Press

This review is from a meal we had at The Coffee Press, Kilmarnock on Monday 16th September 2019. Enjoy! Main – Haggis and Cheese Toastie Thomas: I like haggis but I don't usually combine it with cheese, and I don't think I've ever actually had it in a toastie before, but that's apparently a mistake on … Continue reading Food Review – The coffee Press

Book Review: Love’s Long Road by G.D. Harper

So if you read these reviews with the diligence that I hope my blog inspires in you then you’ll be familiar with this introduction, but I include it just so you are all aware. Anyway, this review is part of a blog tour for Rachel’s Random Resources. This isn’t the first time I’ve been involved … Continue reading Book Review: Love’s Long Road by G.D. Harper

Solo Musician Interview: Captain Of The Lost Waves

Tell me about yourself? Which part of myself, now that’s a huge question?...I’ll stick to the professional role. In short, I’m an astrobard, a maker of music and stories…’A purveyor of Anthems, Anecdotes & Absurdities‘  What Instrument(s) do you play, if any? And how long have you been playing your respective instruments(s)? My voice, the … Continue reading Solo Musician Interview: Captain Of The Lost Waves

Author Interview: Claerie Kavanaugh

Tell me about yourself? And what made you want to be a writer? My name is Claerie. I’m 24, I’m a freelance editor by day and author by night. I’m not sure what drew me to writing; I guess I’ve always just liked telling stories. When I was younger, I thought I would do that … Continue reading Author Interview: Claerie Kavanaugh

Book Review: A Fool’s Circle by Suzanne Seddon

I’ve had this one on the roster for a while but for one reason or another it’s been delayed, I however got an email a few days ago reminding me so I thought finally upload it, along with my apologies for taking so long to get this up on the site. Anyway A Fool’s Circle … Continue reading Book Review: A Fool’s Circle by Suzanne Seddon