Murder on the Orient Express Agatha Christie Crime/Mystery Hammersmith HarperCollins Publishers 1934 4/5 **** *SPOILER ALERT* I had always wanted to read an Agatha Christie novel but with the size of my 'books to read' list I never got around to it. Her famous novel, Murder on the Orient Express had always caught my eye. Working in … Continue reading Murder on the Orient Express Review
Pinocchio Carlo Collodi Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions 1995 Everyone knows the Disney story of Pinocchio, the cute little puppet learns right from wrong with the help of his father and a little cricket. The sweet tale changes as Pinocchio is strayed from the path and encounters a lot of obstacles before ending up inside a whale! … Continue reading Pinocchio- Carlo Collodi
Physical Andrew McMillan London: Jonathan Cape 2015 Andrew McMillan was born in South Yorkshire and now lives in Manchester. His debut collection, Physical, what I am going to talk about today, was the first poetry collection to win the The Guardian First Book Award. McMillan inspires me because he also studied English & Creative Writing (like … Continue reading Physical – Andrew McMillan
As promised an update on where I am with my writing, what I've been up to and what I want to aim to be doing in the next few months. So at the moment I am procrastinating in the library, I have hit a wall with my essay and I need a break. I literally cannot … Continue reading Update!
I'm an crazy busy at the moment with my university work! Note to everyone: third year is HARD! Anyway I am trying to find the time to squeeze everything in, but my deadlines are coming in thick and fast and for the duration between now and May, I will struggle creating a post for every … Continue reading Apologies!!!
The Collector John Fowles Vintage 2004 *SPOILERS ALERT* I really didn't expect to enjoy The Collector as much as I did. The thriller genre has always been a favourite of mine, but I found this one a very interesting read. I loved how we get the voice of the villain, we can hear what he … Continue reading The Collector Review
Its been a while guys. I would like to say that I had a chilled Christmas break... Even though it was filled with laughter and happiness, surrounded by my favourite people, it was been a bloody stressful month. FIVE assignments due within the first ten days of January. Considering I had most of them planned … Continue reading We Are Back!
Merry Christmas to all my lovely followers. Thankyou for supporting my blog and just taking the time out to read my writing.... Christmas is a time for giving and sharing, spending time with family and smiling an awful lot. Never let anyone take that away from you. Went to midnight mass last night to make … Continue reading Merry Christmas⭐️
I had never realised how important something as small as a kidney could be, until my grandpa suffered without his. Your kidneys are positioned against the back muscles of your abdomen. Usually kidneys are about the size of a fist. Some people are born with one, some people are born with three, but usually we … Continue reading Kidney Disease Awareness
Dracula Bram Stoker Wordsworth Classics 1993 *SPOILER ALERT* (You should have read Dracula by now anyway) The well-known novel Dracula, is everything it lives up to be: gore, horror, love, passion, thriller and of course, blood-sucking, baby-killing vampires. I have always wanted to give this book a try, but never actually picked it … Continue reading Dracula Review