About Caroline Cadman

Caroline Moyes Cadman lives in Peterborough and was originally from Glossop in Derbyshire before relocating down to Cambridgeshire 11 years ago. Caroline is married with two girls and a cute but cheeky West Highland White Terrier called Sheena. She is a Teaching Assistant in a Primary School which she really enjoys and finds extremely rewarding. She has many interests and hobbies which include reading a wide range of books, watching various genres of films, especially thrillers and listening to all kinds of music. Caroline also enjoys going on holiday in her fabulous caravan to the South of France and skiing in Switzerland with her family. Occasionally she hosts fondue parties which she says are really good fun and her guests do all their own cooking, which she says is even better!"

Winter Caravanning in Switzerland

Beautiful snow covered mountains, cosy log cabins; Switzerland in the winter is a magical and spectacular place. After holidaying many times in our caravan in the summer, last year we decided to take our caravan over to Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland, for the first time at Christmas. We packed all our … Continue reading

Book Review: Charles Chaplin – My Autobiography

  Born on 16 April 1889 in south London, Charles Chaplin, from a start of humble beginnings, was later to become an extremely famous and determined actor with an extraordinary talent. I decided to read Charlie Chaplin’s autobiography after watching the 1992 film Chaplin, starring Robert Downey Jr in the … Continue reading

Book Review: Close My Eyes – Sophie McKenzie

  After just returning from holiday, where I read some amazingly good books, I was wondering what book to read next. Then in my wardrobe I found this brilliant novel by Sophie McKenzie. I hadn’t read any of her work before, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Well, what … Continue reading

Book Review: NYPD RED – James Patterson

My sister Debbie recommended this book to me and now I am emphatically recommending it to everyone else. This is a fantastically, gripping thriller and it had me hooked with excitement from the start. If you like crime thrillers, then this is definitely for you. NYPD Red are an elite … Continue reading

Book Review: The Wish List – Jane Costello

Writing a “bucket list”, are these something most of us do or just a select few? Is it a good idea to write a list of “things to achieve” or are we setting ourselves up for disappointment? This novel by the best-selling author Jane Costello, centres on Emma Reiss and … Continue reading

Book Review: Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn

After rising quite high in the book chart, I thought great, another fantastic book for me to read and a thriller as well, one of my favourite genres. However personally speaking I did find this book, for the majority of the time, painfully slow and boring. I was half way … Continue reading

Book Review: Eloise – Judy Finnigan

This impressive debut novel by broadcaster and journalist Judy Finnigan, is set in glorious Cornwall and is hauntingly dramatic. The opening sentence “Yesterday I almost saw her”, was reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel “Rebecca”, in which du Maurier began her novel with “Last night I dreamt I went … Continue reading

The Age of Miracles – Karen Thompson Walker

I had heard a lot about this book, so I thought I would see what all the fuss was about. This book definitely didn’t disappoint. It was interesting, informative and thought provoking from the start. The story is told through the eyes of an eleven year old girl called Julia, … Continue reading

TV Review: Super Tornado

I have always had a compelling fascination with tornadoes. I think it’s the shear enormity and destructive energy they have which makes them so engrossing. This excellent Channel 4 extreme weather series called “The World’s Weirdest Weather”, is informatively presented by Alex Beresford. I particularly enjoyed this episode “Super Tornado”, … Continue reading