Tuesday, 25 October 2016

REVIEW - The Million Dollar Blog by Natasha Courtenay Smith

Title: The Million Dollar Blog

Author: Natasha Courtenay Smith

Publisher: Piatkus

Release Date: 29th September 2016

Source: ARC

In a world where everyone wants to blog and blog posts are ubiquitous, how do you stand out? How do you blog your way from nobody to somebody?

How do you make money blogging, how do you start your own blogging business, and how do you, as a business owner, use content to build your brand and drive your success?

What do the world's most successful bloggers know that you don't know (yet)?

No matter who are you - a mum at home, a budding fashion blogger, a lifestyle blogger, a food blogger, a big business owner or a small business owner - The Million Dollar Blog is about blogging the smart way.

It is the ultimate guide to:

*Starting a successful blog
*Blog writing
*How to monetise your blog
*How to develop a personal brand that grows your blog
*How to blog for business
*How to write
*How take your existing blog to the next level

Learn to blog, learn to monetise your blog, discover how to build a successful blog for your business and hear the insider view from those in the blogosphere who are already making big incomes blogging. Plus, discover revenue streams beyond advertising and see how the income of million dollar bloggers is structured for maximum profit.

Through a combination of practical advice and interviews with some of the world's most famous and successful bloggers, vloggers and content strategists, including Seth Godin, Lily Pebbles, Grant Cardone and Madeleine Shaw and dozens more, entrepreneur and digital strategist Natasha Courtenay Smith shows you how to build a blog that will increase your profile, create new opportunities, earn money and change your life.

No wonder The Million Dollar Blog has been described by leading and award winning mummy blogger Vicky Psarias from Honest Mum as 'Brilliantly written, engaging and inspiring'.
I will freely admit in the last two or three months, my blogging mojo has pretty much crawled away and hidden under a rock with its eyes closed and its fingers in it ears.

An invitation to read this book appeared in my inbox and it intrigued me.  Yes it sounded like there was a lot of info for the blogger just starting out but it also sounded like it was full of info and ideas that could help a seasoned and slightly jaded blogger like myself.

Natasha Courtenay Smith is a former journalist who has very successfully turned her hand to (amongst several other things!!) digital marketing, she knows her stuff and I was excited to see what the Million Dollar Blog had in store for me.

Quite frankly it has a wealth of detail, from interviews with pro-bloggers who have been there and done that to helpful tips on how to monetise your blog.

From my point of view it has given me a lot of food for thought, at the moment I don't have any proper advertising on my blog, now I am highly unlikely to become a pro-blogger but a small (or tiny) income from advertising on my blog is something I have seriously considered.  The books takes you through the different ways advertising can be placed on your site.

There is also a lot of helpful information on SEO optimisation and getting social, I already love Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram but it has given me inspiration for sorting out my Facebook page and maybe downloading Snapchat - those filters look seriously cute.

I really is an inspiring read, I'm not going to make a million dollars but this book does show that blogging is a seriously business and there are opportunities round every corner for all bloggers from the likes of me to super uber bloggers like Zoella.

Whether you have been blogging for six months or six years, I think you will definitely get something from this book, I did and as for my blogging mojo?, well its came out from underneath the rock!!

Thanks to Piatkus for sending me this copy in exchange for an honest review.

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BIZARRE BOOKS #38 - Cheese Problems Solved

Whilst looking through the hundreds of thousands of books on Amazon I discovered hidden gems, books that maybe have been overshadowed and have not had the credit they deserve.

They may be a bizarre, they may be funny or even unintentionally funny, they may be wonderfully cute or they may just be a total WTF!!! book.

This weekly post is a tribute to these wonderful gems and to be honest some of them are worth looking at for their reviews alone!

I like cheese, in fact I would go as far as saying I like cheese a lot but not the blue mouldy stuff, it can take a hike.

Cheese, as you all know is a very troublesome dairy product, it often causes me such problems as.....

How much cheddar is too much?

Would it be acceptable to eat a whole block of Wensleydale and Cranberry in go?

Can they make Babybel any cuter?

You know they may all be first world problems but they are problems as such.

This weeks Bizarre Book, Cheese Problems Solved doesn't seem to solve any of my problems but if you are a large scale producer of cheese then hey, this may be useful.  Also it is £160!!!!

Is your cheese causing you trouble? I'd love to know!

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Saturday, 22 October 2016

Four Go To Florida 2016 #1 Getting There

Four Go To Florida 2016 #1 Getting There

Florida 2016 has came and went, as I get older time really does seem to press fast forward on my life and our two weeks in the (nearly) Sunshine State went by quickly but each day was full of fun, food and freaking shocking driving from people on the I-4, I mean c'mon Americans do you not know how to indicate, seriously!!  

Anyway I digress.

I thought about doing this as a day by day trip report but I have decided to break it down in to categories such as the Magic Kingdom, Kennedy Space Centre, Food, Bad Driving....you get the idea but today I will share with you our first day which will be all about getting there.  

This was a long day starting with this alarm.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Early Alarm Call
Early alarm call!
I still don't trust my alarm or my ability to wake up, so of course two alarms where set.  I literally sprung out of bed at 1 second past 2am full of sleepy excitement and a dash of nerves.  

The kids and the hubby needed no help getting out of bed either, my girls even though they are 7 and 9, give teenagers a run for their money with their amazing ability to sleep for hours and hours and hours.
Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Early Alarm Call
Awake and ready to go!
The taxi was booked for just before 3am and we had about a 90 minute drive from our home in Perthshire to the first airport of our travel day - Glasgow International.  The time spent looking out the window for the taxi dragged, I always get mega nervy before a big flight like this and minutes where dragging by but our taxi arrived on time, our suitcases, hand luggage full of stuff we wont use on the plane and bags of sweets were loaded in to the boot, we were ready for the off.

The drive flew by, I always feel a kinda shiver as we drive through hills and glens, past sleeping houses in the wee small hours, feels like we are on the run!  The only incident on the drive was some sheep strolling about the road, thankfully not on our side.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow airport arrived, taxi was waved off and dropping off of our suitcases commenced.  Now I know it is early in the morning (must have been 0430 ish) but why the hell cant the check in ladies and gents at least look like they are happy to be there.  Are they pissed off we are going to sunnier climes, do they hate their jobs, you know what I don't care I am full of nerves and you had better put a smile on your face check in person to make me feel calm!!

Just a quick segue re my nervousness, Our holidays are planned months and months in advance, I am the primary planner from booking the flights to reservations for dinner.  If anything is going to go wrong I will take it personally.  I just get so worked up about making it go smoothly and without any hiccups that my nerves do tend to get a little frayed.  Talking about smoothly, I don't mind flying and I am totally in awe of planes but I hate turbulence, I know I am not the only one but as I get older I hate it more and I think it is also because I know we will get it going across the Atlantic.  My mantra to ignore involves pretending I'm in a car on a bumpy road or chanting inwards "safest form of travel" or imagining the captain sitting in his cockpit reading Airplane Monthly totally unfussed by his bouncing plane.

Anyway I digress, again.

Glasgow International is not a huge airport but it is a criminal, daylight robbery happened when we purchased our breakfast which I half expected to come in solid gold cups with our breakfast pastries covered in expensive truffles and gold leaf.  I mean they really are robbing b*****ds.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport
It cost HOW MUCH?????!!!!!
Our flight wasn't leaving till 0645 so we had plenty of time to have brekkie and go through security. Now security I always find long and painful, I can put up with it as I know they are there to keep us safe, what I cant put up with is people who ignore the signs.  You know the ones, they still have bottles of water, that haven't put their toiletries in a plastic bag and they seem surprised that they have left something sharp in their bag.  

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport
FFS, read the sign people!!!
I mean FFS, read the signs people, read the info that comes with your tickets.

Anyway security cleared with ease we then found ourselves in the wonderland that is duty free, everything is so white and shiny, brightly coloured boxes are everywhere full of exciting things like overpriced perfume, booze, chocs and cigs.  The floor sparkles as you walk across it.  It truly looks like the grown up department at the North Pole but instead of elves you have pissed off Glaswegians manning the tills.  Shopping bought here=Zero!

Now I haven't mentioned that we are flying with British Airways, believe it or not it is cheaper for us to fly down to Gatwick Airport outside London then take another plane out to Orlando instead of flying direct from Glasgow, lots cheaper.  The only downside is the extra hours it adds on to the days which was probably about four hours waiting going out and five coming back.

BA are a great carrier and before we knew it our Airbus A319 was waiting outside in the cold Scottish morning waiting to take a mixed bag of business and holiday passengers, most of which were also Orlando bound.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport - British Airways BA2953
Our BA chariot
Gatwick is only a 90 minute flight, you know the kind, you literally getting to cruising altitude to find the plane getting ready for landing.  I was sitting with the girls and the other half got to sit with the strangers.  

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport - British Airways BA2953 Wing Pic
Obligatory wing picture
My kids thankfully are good flyers which is good because we had gentle turbulence and I could feel my palms starting to get sweaty!!
Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Glasgow International Airport - British Airways BA2953
A picture of calm!
Landing at Gatwick, the skies are grey and gloomy, a much bigger airport than Glasgow it does take a little while to get from the runway to the gate.  Of course once we reach the gate everyone has to get off the plane at the same time, it is like wacky races.  We didn't have this problem as we were in row 4 putting a finger up to the people behind us desperate to get off.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Gatwick International Airport EasyJet
Sunny Gatwick with one of the many Easyjets that are about
Gatwick Airport always seems to be under construction and as we got off the plane and were bussed to the terminal, there was building work everywhere as well as the general hubbub of airport life.  I find the underbelly of airports fascinating, these places are truly labyrinthine and I am always amazed when our suitcases actually get to where they are supposed to.

Now we did have several hours waiting here, the North Terminal at Gatwick once you are through security is full of everything you could possibly need.  From Starbucks to Harrods, there is something to cater for every taste.  The one thing they do not have is comfortable seating, my other half thinks its because they don't want you sitting down, they want you spending money in the shops, he could be right.

With not much to do for a few hours we snacked (kids), drank coffee (me) and people watched, my favourite thing to do here.  I love watching people at airports, not in a creepy way just in a "I wonder where they are going?" sort of way.  Oh and I like to internally critique peoples travelling outfits.  I still am in awe at people who think short shorts and high heels are appropriate plane attire.    I mean what were you thinking?!! Apologies to any readers who think short shorts and heels are great for travelling!

As our departure time grew nearer we meandered down to the gate and entered the holding pen to wait for the announcement that we could board.  Travelling on a Boeing 777 plane fans, after the lucky shits that are travelling fancy class have boarded they starting calling us, back of the plane first of course.  It is funny as you watch people listening intently, its like bingo, you almost expect somebody to jump up when they have their row shouted out to shout BINGO!!!

Our row was called, we were roughly in the middle of the plane over the wing, and we slowly made our way down the jet bridge to our carriage for the next 9 hours, our metallic tubular carriage filled with tons of jet fuel and a shitload of hard liquor for us Brits who were going to be taking advantage of the free booze on board.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - British Airways Gatwick to Orlando
The only booze I touched!
BA planes are fine, as a short arse, seat pitch is not a problem but for my very tall husband, well he does find it a bit of a pain.  I didn't care, as once again I ended up with the kids whilst he had the chatty strangers.  Before we knew it we were making our way in to the clouds and heading west towards Ireland and out across the Atlantic heading towards Iceland and Greenland, then making our way down the east coast of Canada and the US.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - British Airways Gatwick to Orlando Sky Map
Are we there yet?
It took hours, I mean it took 9, but each of those hours dragged like nothing on earth.  I couldn't be bothered eating much and I usually take so much joy in those plane meals so tried to watch a film. The kids had already pulled themselves in to what could be compared to yoga positions to get comfortable whilst they watched the films that they had chosen.  

My film of choice was Angry Birds, the trailer looked good when I had seen it earlier in the year, I managed 15 minutes (I never did manage to watch it but today I bought the DVD and it was really fun!), then I tried Zootropolis which I had already seen and loved, again couldn't settle.  There was episodes of Friends and Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory too, nope not happening.  I then tried the film Midnight Special, success I managed 30 minutes and at this point there was still 7 hours left to go, I was getting really fidgety so I went to the one thing I knew would entertain me - the sky map.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - British Airways Gatwick to Orlando Wing Picture

I love the sky map, every airline is different, Virgin Atlantic's has points of interest like the Titanic and they also would have you believe there are treasure islands with pirates in the middle of the Atlantic, BA's map is not as exciting, just a great big map with a dotted line and a itsy bitsy plane slowly getting closer to its destination.  

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - British Airways Gatwick to Orlando Are We There Yet Sky Map
Seriously, are we not there yet?
I ended up falling asleep on a pile of cushions stacked up on my tray table, more comfortable than I thought.  The kids bless em stayed mostly awake until the last hour where the fell soundly asleep. 

The flight was smooth from what I remember with just a little bit of bump, not being in the window seat I didn't get to appreciate the stunning view of the east coast as we made our way down, so to get my fix I did what every good parent does, left my kids watching inappropriate tv and hot footed it to the back of the plane to look out the window by the loo.  Which I was already very familiar with as my kids especially my youngest love plane loos and visited every hour. 

Slowly and surely we neared Orlando and when the sky map showed us as being in Florida my nerves started to disappear and at this point this is when I truly love flying and feel in awe of planes. I just feel amazed as these great big metal birds start descending and turning to start their approach, it was one heck of a view as Orlando came in to sight.  With a gentle bump the plane landed at Orlando International.

I love this airport, if you have been you may know what I'm talking about.  The fact it has that big ass atrium with the fountain and all those tropical looking plants, its just beautiful.  But before we even got near that we had to go through US immigration.  

We landed roughly at 1530, I think we finally got through Immigration about 1700.  I hate it, there is no air con apart from some shitty fans, everyone is pissed off as they've just come off a 9 hour flight so they are stinky and tired, and now we have to tackle these bloody automated machines to let us in the country.  

The last time we travelled here in 2014 we got big black crosses across our face and this ended with us in another queue for ages, we feared this was going to happen this time as we could see that same queue and it was long.  Imagine our joy as none of our pics from the machine had crosses and a lovely gentleman pointed us to another queue which flew past the other one.  I felt like a star!  Finally after a quick stamp from the border officer dude we could get our bags which had managed to get from Glasgow to Orlando and head to the main terminal and that fountain I mentioned.  This meant the monorail.

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Orlando International Monorail
You know the song!!!
I always get the song from the Simpsons in my head when a monorail is involved and this 60 second journey was no exception, we arrived at the main terminal, the doors opened and we were assaulted by the Florida feels, it was worth the plane trip, the wait at immigration and the fact we all felt minging.  

However our day was far from over, this time we decided to hire a car, something despite many trips to Orlando we have never done.  Our mission was to find Avis's garage, get a car and head to our home for two weeks - Animal Kingdom Lodges, Kidani Village.

Of course having an amazing sense of direction I quickly found where we needed to go and with our suitcases behind us we headed off to find our sweet ride.  It was easily found and acquired with about ten words from the Avis dude we found ourselves in possession of a Chevy Tahoe that my kids christened Redfire (yes we are a family that names our cars, my car is called Stormie because it looks like a Stormtrooper), it was a beast.  

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Orlando International Monorail Avis Chevrolet Tahoe
Redfire!! Gangsta Kids!
My poor husband commented that he didn't know if he could drive it and the man drives big ass diggers for a living.  On looking inside he quickly got over his initial fear and we then went about doing the most important thing which was getting picture of our tiny kids against the big ass car! 

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Avis Orlando Florida Number Plates
Love these plates!
Suitcases eventually packed in, sat nav set we slowly set off to our destination joining the queue of other gingerly driven cars making their way out of the parking garage.  Soon we came out blinking in to the sun on to a beautiful wide road, unlike our narrow, windy roads back home.  I was worried about the drive as I had seen National Lampoon's Vacation and pictured us ending up in the wrong part of town, thankfully thanks to a wonderful navigator (me), the satnav (christened Sally) and the patience of my wonderful husband we found ourselves heading through the gates of Walt Disney World heading towards to Animal Kingdom Lodge, we were home!

Four Go To Florida #1 Getting There - Walt Disney World Entrance
We found it!!
So I hope you have enjoyed this first instalment and if you got this far, thank you!!!

I plan on posting this every Saturday so next week I'll talk about our beautiful resort.

Heather x

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

5th Annual Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween Giveway!!

It's that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the air is getting cooler and the nights are getting spookier. Yes, it's time for tricks and treats, goblins and ghouls, chills and thrills and huge amounts of sugary sweets. But at the Laughing Vixen Lounge blog it's also time for the 5th annual Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween Giveaway. Join Laughing Vixen Lounge and our bewitching co-hosts The Kids Did It, The Mommy Island, Herding Cats and Burning Soup, The Hopping Bloggers, Mama Smith's Reviews and Women and Their Pretties for a spooktacular Halloween event.

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BIZARRE BOOKS #37 - Five Give Up The Booze by Enid Blyton

Whilst looking through the hundreds of thousands of books on Amazon I discovered hidden gems, books that maybe have been overshadowed and have not had the credit they deserve.

They may be a bizarre, they may be funny or even unintentionally funny, they may be wonderfully cute or they may just be a total WTF!!! book.

This weekly post is a tribute to these wonderful gems and to be honest some of them are worth looking at for their reviews alone!

When I was younger I had a dream, a dream of attending boarding school, drinking fizzy pop under the warm summer sun and cycling with not a care in the world down a country lane whilst considering lunch which probably would include potted tongue and ginger ale.

This dream was ignited by the Famous Five.

Julian, George, Dick and Anne, not forgetting Timmy and "snigger" Aunt Fanny (yes its only funny if you have a rude mind), ruled my world, I loved their adventures and the food they ate, well it was always plentiful and amazing.

But what happened when they grew up, when the adventures ended?.....

A new series of books brings to light their struggles with many things and this gem covers their problems with the demon drink. 

 Can they kick it?

Did you enjoy Enid Blyton when you were younger, perhaps Noddy or the Secret Seven? Let me know!!

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Monday, 17 October 2016

MASSIVE $1200 GIVEAWAY!! genreCRAVE Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Ambassador 1: Seeing Red

I had never been on first-name terms with the president, but while I sat there trying hard not to succumb to jet-lag, he chatted about my father, whom I had just visited, and who had finally retired from Lunar Base to his native New Zealand. Sirkonen opened the drawer of his desk and took something out, which he flipped across the gleaming wooden surface. I could do nothing but catch it. A datastick. I turned it over. The black plastic cover reflected the sunlight.

“What’s on it?”

“You might find it useful. Think of it as some . . . personal advice, from me to you. We’ll talk about it later, when you return for your first briefing.” He shut the drawer with a thud as if closing the subject.

This was highly irregular. “Mr President, can I ask—”

He shook his head, and offered me a drink—Finnish vodka, best in the world, he said. While he poured, his hands trembled.

I should have insisted that he tell me what was wrong, but who was I? An unimportant, sending-out-our-feelers type of diplomat, expendable and twenty years his junior. Not the type of person to draw attention to his problems—with alcohol or otherwise.

We made a toast. The heavy scent of the vodka did nothing to improve my alertness.

“Mr Wilson, when you come back in six month’s time, you must present your report to the general assembly. We need to know in detail what sort of regimes we’re dealing with.”

I didn’t understand why he spoke in such empty generalities; I wondered when he was going to open that folder on his desk and sign the contract. Nicha, my Coldi assistant, was waiting in the foyer. We had a whole heap of work to catch up on. I was annoyed that Sirkonen had changed our meeting time at the last minute—the original meeting had been scheduled for tomorrow morning.

Sirkonen stopped speaking.

I stared at him, realising with embarrassment that I’d been off with the fairies. Was I meant to have said something? Was I breaking rule number one of the diplomatic circle: never show any sign of sleep deprivation?

An attack of dizziness overtook me. My vision wavered, as if the world were painted on a silk flag that flapped in the wind, and all the furniture was rimmed in a red aura. “Mr President, I’m—”

I just managed to put my vodka down. The glass hit the wood with a soft clunk, the only sound in the frozen silence.

There was a small sound from outside, a click.

As if stung, Sirkonen turned to the window; his eyes widened.


The president opened his mouth, but a sharp crack interrupted his words.

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Sunday, 16 October 2016

The Sunday Post #59 - 16th October 2016

Welcome to my Sunday Post, a weekly meme hosted by Kimberley over at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer . Join me as I ramble about my week in and out of the blogosphere.

Hello, how you doing?

It is cold, having returned from Florida where most days it was in the high 20s / low 30s (thats degrees c btw!!) the shock of the temperature back home was not nice.

Florida was amazing, enjoyable, fab family time.  It was not a relaxing holiday but I wasn't expecting it to be.  I have started laying out the bones of posts which I will share my ups and downs of the trip.

I'm still shattered from travelling back which I find ridiculous but it was a red eye flight back from Orlando then when had to wait at Gatwick to get back to Scotland, hey I shouldn't complain I got to partake in some awesome people watching - it really is crazy what people wear to travel.

Anyway I am slowly blogging, I have a shed load of books to review so I better get going!!

Hope you are all well, see you all soon!!


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