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**BLOG TOUR & AUTHOR POST & GIVEAWAY** ~ Trust the Process, by Leanne Jones


Trust the Process was written to empower women to create a better present and future for themselves. Within these pages, you will discover the inner strength to grow in ways that will inspire positive changes in every area of your life. 1,013 more words

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Theatre Talk | West Enders Who Have Auditioned For Talent Shows

Following on from last week’s round up of reality show contestants who have turned to the stage, this week I decided to flip it on its head and look at some already fully fledged West End starlets who have auditioned for reality talent shows. 762 more words

Pop Kulture

It’s Cool To Be Clever

Agio Publishing, ISBN 9781897435632, pbk, illustrated, $19.95.

Leanne Jones, now a private investigator, used to be a teacher. She noticed that young pupils of genius needed as much encouragement as did everyone else. 139 more words

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Tell Tale Theatre's "The Chairs" @St George's Hall

Last week I was invited to a top secret hideaway to see the rehearsals for Tell Tale Theatre’s new production of Eugène Ionesco’s The Chairs… 208 more words


From Church Fairs to Celebrities and Becoming Lois Lane...

Ahh, the life of a journalist – it’s all glamorous parties, champagne, interviewing Gary Barlow and getting or giving the latest goss… Or so we all like to imagine. 769 more words

Theatre Review: Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Leicester Square Theatre, London)

Rating: ****

Innuendo and smut have long been the staple of British humour. Think seaside postcards, The Goodies, and Barbara Windsor’s camping trip. As a country that has given the world “Ooh, Matron!” and sweet transvestites galore, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens continues this grand tradition of finding fun in being very very naughty. 926 more words

Thing What I Saw

Watercolour class with Leanne Jones

Last Thursday I went to my first Watercolour class with Leanne Jones, a wonderful Australian watercolourist. She also does a lot of collage and mixed media work, but it is the vibrancy of her watercolours that I love. 332 more words