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Book Review: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Not being at uni means classic books aren't being thrown at me left, right and centre. Unlike most of my fellow grads, I miss reading books like that. That's why I created "The Classics Challenge", which will see me read several "classic" books over the course of the year, starting with Little Women. Ok, so… Continue reading Book Review: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

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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]