In exciting news, I am happy to announce that I am now a regular contributor to the World of Crosswords puzzle book by The Puzzle Wizard. The Puzzle Wizard is Greg Parker from Queensland who has been publishing his crossword books since 1999.  His aim is to provide high-quality Australian crosswords at the best possible value. World of Crosswords is Read more…

Did you know that you can learn another language by doing crossword puzzles?  It may sound like a challenge, but it’s a really fun way to learn your new vocabulary and spelling. At Fishpond I found a book called Your First 100 Words in German: German for Total Beginners Through Puzzles and Games . Your First 100 Words in German Read more…

Do you enjoy learning new words?  I certainly do.  It’s great to be able to increase our vocabulary.  You never know when an unusual word is going to appear in a crossword or codeword.  It’s fantastic feeling when you realise you have already heard it, or better still, know its meaning, without having to go and look it up in Read more…

Become inspired over the Christmas break with some puzzle fun from ‘Crack the Codeword’ puzzle book proudly bought to you by www.ClueDetective.com.   Everyone loves the challenge of a good puzzle. I love it when I’ve been able to solve a brain teaser and then pass it on to others to see how long it takes them. There’s nothing like a little Read more…

The Clue Detective Puzzle Agency can create a hand-made, customised crossword puzzle, using words and clues selected by you.  These puzzles would be perfect for marking a significant occasion – an  ‘0’ Birthday, an wedding/anniversary, or as an alternative to a Christmas place-card, or bon-bon. Once you purchase this item, you will need to supply us with a list of Read more…

by Denise Sutherland One of the most common types of cryptic crossword clue you’ll come across is the anagram clue. In these sorts of clues there is — as is usual with most cryptic clues – a definition, and some wordplay. The definition is a regular definition for the answer word. So, for example, say if we look at the Read more…

A healthy lifestyle is the key to a healthy brain.  We know that what we eat and drink has a direct impact on the cells of our brain and body. The Brain Foundation of Australia lists these as the major things we need to do to keep our brain fit and alert: Exercise and challenge your brain – don’t be a Read more…

Children with ADHD seem to be unable to concentrate on any one thing for very long.  They fidget, change the subject and often just get up and walk away.    Life can be very difficult for the child as well as for you as parents. I would hate to be the teacher in a classroom where there can be more than Read more…

These days, when we are all typing away online so often, it is not unusual to make the odd typo.  What does become annoying, though, are the words that are consistently misspelt.   These are some of the words that people commonly get wrong. accommodate allege calendar controversy definitely embarrass harassment independant liaise occasion questionnaire Which words do you have most trouble Read more…

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