The Rabbitswood Project provides an opportunity for enquiry based learning for those of you who look at the world and ask why? how? what?…etc! Incase you didn’t know, a lot of my books are set in Rabbitswood, which is loosely based on the local fairy house woods. These magical woods have everything; nature, creativity and […]
As an author, I take inspiration from everything and everyone around me. This blog is full of some of those inspirational/motivational things that prompt me to pick up a pen or tap away at a keyboard and start writing!
I will also keep you updated on all my latest writing projects.
Tutoring With A Twist is all about throwing the norm out the window and doing things a little bit differently. Normally tutors and teachers begin with the subject or skill that the student needs to learn but I want to turn this on it’s head and begin with a REALLY JUICY QUESTION! I believe by switching […]
The Romsey Yarn Bomb Bollard Covers are back for 2018! The bollard covers have gone up earlier this year than last year’s (March 29th till May 8th) and have a spring theme. Despite the hard work and my complete lack of knitting/crocheting ability when starting, I loved being involved last year, so I signed up […]
Want to build your own fairy house like Rabbitswood Fairy 20? The resourceful fairy number twenty is always travelling around. She builds a new house each month with what she finds on the ground. Towards the end of my Rabbitswood Fairy House Colouring Book I started to leave more and more blank space on the […]
Maltese Limestone is a brilliant rock for beginners to stone carving…which is exactly what I am! 🙂 I literally have no experience for stone carving, and not much of working in 3d at all really, but my mum went on a stone carving course a few years ago and the stone sculptures she has produced […]
We found a Conulus Echinoid flint fossil …I think! 🙂 This is more of a Request For Information rather than an informative post, because I have so many questions following our amazing find! Where We Found Our Fossil Me and my children were walking through the little patch of woodland, which I call Rabbitswood in […]