Letter E, featuring @SpookyMrsGreen, @tizzypotts, and @bookboodle #atozchallenge

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We originally had a theme of our own, but life got in the way. Instead, I'm going to highlight other blogs doing the A to Z challenge.


There is a lot of talk about Energy in the weeks after Jessica Stone discovers her hidden witch heritage in Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) and Love Redeems (A Redcliffe Novel). In Jessica’s world, energy is a way to describe the power that she feels when her witchcraft is woken. She also finds it very closely linked to her emotions, especially the extremes of love and hatred that she feels for her vampire and her alpha werewolf.



For the letter 'E' I have chosen the colour Emerald Green. Emerald is a gorgeous deep green colour with a faint bluish cast, named after the precious stone. Check out these Pinterest boards for a lovely selection of examples of emerald in nature and fashion.



Emily is my 20-year-old daughter; she’s studying Education at Glyndwr University, Wrexham and is nearing the end of her second year.

Here’s her thoughts on children’s reading and books in primary school settings.

How do we inspire children to read?