Tag Archives: Story Seekers

‘Read it, Daddy!’ interviews Story Seekers

This week over at the ‘Read it, Daddy!‘ blog the theme is ‘Brilliant Book Bloggers’ and today he’s featuring an interview with me ūüôā It was really great to be included, especially as part of such an esteemed group – the other bloggers featured are: – Leyla from ‘This Day I Love‘ – M√©lanie¬†from ‘Library […]

A new member of Story Seekers

OK, so my husband, M, doesn’t exactly count as a brand new member as he’s been on board with the Story Seekers idea from the start, but recently I’ve been thinking more about his involvement in how and what we read with C and H. ¬†This is partly inspired by ‘Read It, Daddy!’ and his […]

Inspiration for Story Seekers – Rosa Flores Dee

As you’ll have gathered from my recent post about the ‘new look’ Story Seekers, I’ve been thinking a lot about the development of my ideas and how best to translate my somewhat jumbled-up vision into something more tangible and clearly defined. ¬†I’ve been spending time trying to work out not only what Story Seekers should […]

The ‘new look’ Story Seekers?

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the future of ‘Story Seekers: The Business’ recently. ¬†This has partly been inspired by my storytelling sessions and my blogging, but also by the fact that H is definitely coming out of the baby stage so my potential new career is getting ever closer. ¬†He’s currently in […]

Oxfam storytelling session – 4-6 year olds

So, today was my second ever storytelling session at the Oxfam bookshop and I absolutely LOVED it! ¬†Having done the one before Christmas, I was a little more relaxed this time about logistics and I felt more comfortable with the timing of everything. ¬†It helped that the books I’d selected were just delicious when read […]

Why I’m making peace with my ‘Beautiful Oops!’

I really wish that this book – ‘Beautiful Oops!’, by Barney Saltzberg (published by Workman Publishing) – had sprung to mind as I was writing this post about my lack of prowess in the crafting department. It’s a glorious book that my sister (who I’m fast realising has been responsible for choosing an AWFUL LOT […]

There’s a place for me, somewhere a place for me… (A.K.A. the one where I ‘fess up to my crafting ineptitude)

I’ve been feeling a little blue about Story Seekers recently. ¬†Most of this is down to a lack of time to actually *do* most of the things I’d like to do, but a lack of time is something that afflicts nearly everyone so really it’s something I just need to get over and stop fretting […]