Book Review – Don’t Be Afraid by J C Piech

I recently announced on my Twitter account and Facebook page that I am happy to review books, especially those written by Independent Authors (or Indies as they are fondly known). One of the… Continue reading

Book Review – Submarine by Joe Dunthorne

This is a quick review of the book Submarine by Joe Dunthorne. Submarine has been around for a while, having first been published in 2008, though it only has 44 reviews on Amazon.co.uk… Continue reading

The Awesomeness that is Shoes

I’m a girl. I love shoes. End of story. Seriously, I have like a hundred pairs of shoes all over the house. Under my bed, in the wardrobe, in various bags, in the… Continue reading

Book Review – The Emergence of Judy Taylor by Angela Jackson

This is a book review of The Emergence of Judy Taylor by Angela Jackson, which I finished reading literally five minutes ago. The story focuses on Judy (unsurprisingly) and her normal marriage to… Continue reading

Girls Film Night – Blue Valentine

Another Girls Film Night and this time we watched Blue Valentine, a romantic drama starring Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling. If you haven’t seen the film, be prepared for some real grit. This… Continue reading

Book Review – How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff

How I Live Now has been out for a while, published in 2004, though I only read it recently having been recommended it by a friend. There is an abundanceĀ of reviews for this… Continue reading

Steampunk – my love for

Ever since I was a young girl I have loved dressing up. I used to play in my parents’ bedroom for hours, going through my mum’s wardrobe and trying on her clothes,Ā then smearing… Continue reading

Book Review – Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell

My first book review on my blog and I decided to choose Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell. Amazon says the book was released in February 2013 and it has already garnered… Continue reading

Girls Film Night – Take This Waltz

Another movie night with the girls. This time it was the Canadian romantic comedy drama, Take This Waltz, starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman and Luke Kirby. The film follows part of… Continue reading