D is for Dairy (free)


Welcome to day 4. Hope you're enjoying the AtoZ  Challenge. Today I'm going to chat about dairy, as recently things changed and now I can't have much of it. D is for Dairy Free I was pootling along nicely with my low carb life. There had been some ups and downs, scale wise but in …

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C is for Coconut flour/oil


Day 3 and I've caught up 🙂 C is for Coconut flour/oil So today I'll give you a brief overview of my dealings with coconut flour and coconut oil. Now if you want to go low carb and you don't like coconut, it will take a while to get used to using it. What I …

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B is for (life without) Bread


Day 2 of the challenge and we've stumbled upon one of the most difficult changes I've made.  B is for Bread I love bread, a lot. I would happily eat bread for breakfast, dinner and tea. Fresh white fluffy yumminess. A slice, a roll, a baguette - I don't mind the shape. I'm not fussy 🙂 …

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L is for Leviathan with a Fish-hook


I'd like to mention another work from a fellow member of the Association of Christian Writers. Leviathan with a Fish-hook, by S L Russell.  I'm afraid I haven't read it yet, but it has been added to my Christian Fiction TBR pile. It's part 1 of a trilogy and has had great reviews. One of the …

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I is for Ironside


No, not the American detective in a wheelchair 🙂 As I've been making my way through this year's April AtoZ Challenge on the theme of Christian Fiction, I've been trying to read some of the genre that I'd never heard of. So I called upon some fellow members of the Association of Christian Writers for …

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F is for Frank and Francine


Sorry folks, this one is a bit of a rush as I'm away at the mo, with not much internet available. The first Christian fiction I read was This Present Darkness, by Frank Peretti. I was a new Christian and it was a treat to read a story that tracked the activity in the spiritual …

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