Living Loving and Writing

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Living Loving and Writing
On my blog I write weekly book reviews, travel pieces about Hong Kong and Asia, and Flash Fiction.
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  • #BabyintheHouse - shower 1 week ago You know there's a baby in the house when...... a shower, especially if you need to wash your hair, has to be scheduled. ***To read last week's post: #BabyintheHouse - Sleep (first of many), click here. ***Having recently (well, six months ago) become a parent for the first time, my world has...
  • #BabyintheHouse - Sleep (first of many) 2 weeks ago You know you're a new parent when...... 5 o'clock is a lie-in! ***To read last week's post: #BabyintheHouse - Ikea, click here. ***Having recently (well, six months ago) become a parent for the first time, my world has been turned upside down. I'd like to share some of the ideas I've had, the...
  • #BabyintheHouse - Ikea 3 weeks ago You know you're a parent when......you get to Ikea before it's open on a Sunday morning! Having recently (well, six months ago) become a parent for the first time, my world has been turned upside down. I'd like to share some of the ideas I've had, the discoveries I've made, and the secrets of...
  • Independent Jenny by Sarah Louise Smith 2 months ago About the BookTitle: Independent JennyAuthor: Sarah Louise SmithPublication: Crooked Cat Publishing Ltd (12 Sep 2014)Summary: "I slept with someone else". Those five words changed everything. After her husband Ross drops a bombshell, Jenny's emotions go hay-wire. Things are made even more...
  • Independent Jenny by Sarah Louise Smith - author interview 2 months ago I'm very pleased to be able to welcome back Sarah Louise Smith - author of three chick lit novels published by Crooked Cat Ltd. 1. Congratulations on the release of your third book, Independent Jenny. How does it feel? Thank you! It’s a bit surreal, actually. I never get used to receiving a...

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  • Hong Kong: 10 Things NOT to do! Writing Contest March 2013 Hong Kong is the perfect blend of ‘East meets West’. There’s vibrancy, colour, noise and lots and lots of people. There are also colonial buildings, you can go for afternoon tea and you can buy anything you want in the supermarkets. Hong...
  • It's a Hard Life - International Schools in Hong Kong Education and International Schools If you think you had a hard time at school (and maybe you didn’t), you should give going to school in Hong Kong a try. A child’s first interview could be at the age of two-and-a-half to get into K1 (Kindergarten 1). If they fail to get into the...
  • Show Me the Money - Working in Hong Kong Working Abroad There is a lot of money in Hong Kong. And there plenty of poverty too. The opulence is everywhere; malls are filled with designer brands; big cars are driven; people are constantly eating out and drinking. But there are also people in tatty clothes...

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