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    Blog Tour: Cookfulness by Ian Taverner (Guest Post)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Cookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach to Cooking by Ian Taverner and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Cookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach To Cooking: Amazon.co.uk: Taverner,  Ian: 9781913568795: BooksCookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach to Cooking by Ian Taverner
    Genre: Non-fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 154
    Release date: 29/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Create Space For The Happy Stuff!

    This cookbook is crammed full of new and innovative ways, hints and tips, designed specifically for people with chronic pain and mental health conditions, by me, a fellow sufferer.

    It is all to help you WANT to cook, not have to!

    Cooking really can be a therapy. Cooking really can ignite your passions. Cooking really is possible!

    If you are having a bad day, I want to make it better. If you are having a better day, I want to make it good. If you are having a good day, I want to make it great. If you are having a great day, good on you!

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    Blog Tour: The Bogeyman by Steve Dover (Interview)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Bogeyman by Steve Dover and I am bringing you an interview. Enjoy!

    The Bogeyman: Amazon.co.uk: Dover, Steve: 9781913568856: BooksThe Bogeyman by Steve Dover
    Genre: Middle Grade
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 22
    Release date: 27/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: As dusk and dark come earlier when time approaches Autumn and Winter brings calm cold mists to the streets, the lights throw shadows and shapes that awaken imagination and fear. Are they all fleeting shadows or is there one that is something else. The Bogey Man. His abnormality has made him a figure of rejection. Something other than the accepted normal. But he is afraid and he longs only for acceptance and inclusion. The Bogey Man is a metaphor for the less advantaged and those rejected by our prejudices.

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