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Book Review: Mistletoe and Mystery (The Paradise Cookery School Book 3) by Daisy James

If you're anything like me, you'd be happy to find a pile of books waiting under the tree this Christmas. Luckily, I didn't have to wait until the big day to find a book in my possession, as a lovely (and, aptly, Christmassy) book found itself in my room last week. In the lead up… Continue reading Book Review: Mistletoe and Mystery (The Paradise Cookery School Book 3) by Daisy James

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Living with Yourself (2019) Review

Aside from The Great British Bake Off, I don't think I've ever reviewed a TV show. Luckily, in between writing and whatever else I've been doing, I got to sit down and watch Netflixs' Living with Yourself. The show, created by Timothy Greenberg, centres on Miles Elliot. Miles assumes that a trip to a massage… Continue reading Living with Yourself (2019) Review

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Last Christmas (2019) Review [Dir. Paul Feig]

In the midst of job applications (and rejections), and adjusting to everything that comes with being a responsible, mature adult (or trying to be), it's only right I squeezed in a Christmas film. I'm not one to get excited about Christmas, probably because I spend the time I should be getting excited thinking where has… Continue reading Last Christmas (2019) Review [Dir. Paul Feig]

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That Awkward Moment (2014) Review [Dir. Tom Gormican]

As soon as I saw him in that red basketball jersey, my Zac Efron crush was well and truly cemented. Turns out, as the years go by, childhood crushes (at least for me) don't look like they're going away. So I was pretty happy with the fact that, in That Awkward Moment, Zac takes centre… Continue reading That Awkward Moment (2014) Review [Dir. Tom Gormican]

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Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review [Dir. Matt Spicer]

When I'm not watching a zombie movie, or a cringey teen rom-com, you might just find me watching a black-comedy drama like Ingrid Goes West. I've already seen this film before but, when I found myself scrolling through Netflix (a cert these days), I thought I'd give this a watch....again. The film focuses on Ingrid… Continue reading Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review [Dir. Matt Spicer]

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The Great British Bake Off, Season 10 Episode 10: My Thoughts

Last week, it was the Semi Final. Time flies, doesn't it? The bakers took on Patisserie Week, with Alice scooping Star Baker and Rosie left the tent. The bakersI've got to say...I predicted this. Even though I had one person in mind, I had a feeling it might be time for the underdog. Steph absolutely… Continue reading The Great British Bake Off, Season 10 Episode 10: My Thoughts

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The Perfect Date (2019) Review [Dir. Chris Nelson]

When I'm not into a zombie movie or a thriller, I'm a fan of crappy romantic comedies. Who isn't? Trick question, everyone is, and those who aren't haven't admitted it to themselves...yet. I've had The Perfect Date on my to-watch list for a while now, considering it a. stars every pre-teen (and above)'s obsession, Noah… Continue reading The Perfect Date (2019) Review [Dir. Chris Nelson]

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The Great British Bake Off, Season 10 Episode 9: My Thoughts

(I completely forgot to post this during the week!!) Last week, the bakers panicked over Pastry Week. Steph scooped Star Baker and, sadly, everyone's favourite tie-wearer Henry left the tent. This week, the bakers took on Patisserie. The bakers Even though the final's today, and I've had time to process, I can't really get over… Continue reading The Great British Bake Off, Season 10 Episode 9: My Thoughts