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Happy World Stationery Day! – Wednesday 21st April 2021

Happy Stationery Day 2021! If like me, you love stationery, then, SMILE as this is your special day today! As a child, August was my favourite time of year, as it meant my mum would be getting all our school uniform and equipment ready for the September start. Alongside the new school shoes etc… my...Read More

Review: Me, You, Madness Film – Out on Digital Download from – Monday 19th April 2021

My initial interest in this film was the fact that it starred Gossip Girl hearthrob, Ed Westwick (aka Chuck Bass – for those not in the know) in this film he plays Tyler, a petty thief. Anyhow, I watched the trailer and my goodness – this film is different, definitely not your typical Rom-Com –...Read More
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Review: Effie Gray Film – Out on VOD & Virtual Cinema from – Monday 19th April 2021

Have you heard of John Ruskin, the famous painter? Well, I had, but didn’t know much about him, when I heard that this film is focused on the story of his wife, now known as Euphemia Chalmers Gray but affectionally known as Effie. I love to hear human stories from the past, particularly women’s, as...Read More

Review: I’m not in Love Film – Out Monday 12th April 2021 on Digital Download – Rent or Buy

As soon as I saw the trailer to this film, I knew I was going to like it, the sense of humour is so typically British and the characters are so relatable. It’s a refreshing change to watch a film from a man’s perspective that dives deep down into his relationship issues and fear of...Read More
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Review: Roe V. Wade Film – Out on Digital Download – Friday 2nd April 2021

When I was kindly offered the chance to review this film, I jumped at the chance, as it is about the US abortion law and women’s rights and how the law came to pass back in the early 1970’s. I saw it as a chance to be educated on a very sensitive issue that most...Read More
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Book Blog Tour & Book Review: Pluto’s in Uranus by Patrick Haylock

When I was introduced to this book by Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources, I knew I had to read it, as an obsessed astrology student, just the title alone had me hooked! The synopsis sounded intriguing too, so I jumped at the chance to review it. Thanks so much to Patrick Haylock and Rachel for...Read More
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Review: Last Call Film – Out on Digital Download from 29th March 2021

I liked to look of the trailer to this film, so I requested to review it. It reminded me of the Reese Wetherspoon’s film, “Sweet Home Alabama” but the male version. The Synopsis The film follows Mick (Jeremy Piven), a successful property developer who is returning to his home to in Philadelphia, after 12 years...Read More

Review: Nemesis Film – Out on DVD & Digital Download – 29th March 2021

After Billy Murray appeared in Eastenders (a British TV Soap -for those who are not familiar) as gangster, Johnny Allen, I have been a fan – so seeing him in another gangster role was an appealing concept. The Synopsis A top gangster, John Morgan (Billy Murray) has his past catch up with him, as he...Read More
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Review: The Banishing Film – Out on Download 26th March 2021

Being a Downton Abbey fan, I was immediately interested in watching this film as soon as I knew that Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey’s Lady Sybil) was starring in it. Jessica plays Marianne, who is wife to vicar, Linus, (John Hefferman) who move into a haunted house with their daughter, Adelaide, (Anya McKenna Bruce). But...Read More
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Book Blog Tour & Book Review: Girl With Secrets by Carol Rivers

For those who know me, I love a good London based story, especially when it’s based around real historical events. Also I love a strong female lead and Daisy in this book doesn’t disappoint. The Synopsis A coming of age war story and family saga full of romance, mystery and danger in London’s East End....Read More
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Preview: 35th BFI Flare Film Festival runs from 17th – 28th March 2021

The 35th BFI Flare Film Festival is opening on Wednesday 17th March 2021 and runs until 28th March 2021. The festival will showcase the best of LGBTQI+ cinema including short films and events. I love how diverse the films in the programme are, in true BFI fashion there are films from every continent, representing all...Read More