Author Archives: Renae Lucas-Hall

‘The View From Breast Pocket Mountain’ – Karen Hill Anton’s Memoir is an Absolute Must-Read

The opening paragraph of Karen Hill Anton’s memoir conveys the promise of a well-written story full of powerful life lessons and inspirational anecdotes, despite the sadness on the first page. Anton explains how she was only nineteen years of age, but already traveling in Europe when everything she owned and valued was burned and ruined […]

Kumihimo: Japanese Silk Braiding – A Must-See Exhibition at Japan House London

My husband and I went to London to watch the coronation of Charles III and Camilla and the procession on the 6th of May and I’m so pleased we had time to see the Kumihimo Japanese silk braiding exhibition by Domyo at Japan House London on the same day. Kumihimo is an intricate, decorative braided […]

Hello Spring Competition on Twitter! One Winner Four Prizes!

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER IS REBECCA @rebsanjapan ON TWITTER. It’s competition time again and this month I’m giving one lucky person living in the UK the chance to win all four prizes listed below. Just like and retweet this post on Twitter for your chance to win. The winner will be announced […]