Have you ever seen Four Weddings and a Funeral? Despite my best (and relatively successful) efforts to curb my non-praiseworthy ability to swear like a sailor, my Saturday morning began with two very clearly enunciated profanities. The channeling of my inner Hugh Grant was due to the fact I’d woken up at 7.29am. Hardly a hardship I know, in fact I am sure many friends, particularly parents, would be only too delighted to be awoken at this reasonable hour. My own problem with the situation was that my carefully researched, non-transferable-this-train-only train had left Euston at 7.23am; a winning start … Continue reading Lessons in a terrible attitude and alarm clocks
It’s been a month since Holocaust Memorial Day. Possibly you hadn’t noticed it back in January, and now wonder why I didn’t post this then. An extremely valid question to which the only answer is that I’d written about three … Continue reading Would You Stand By? Don’t Stand By ~ Holocaust Memorial Day 2016
The moment I found out Kill Me Again was due for release on February 17th, I put everything else down and updated my Facebook ‘Book and Pudding Club’ group. The response was excitable, especially due to the handy half term … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Kill Me Again’ by Rachel Abbott
You start your official relationship by showing off, in the loveliest possibly way, and end it in shame and secrecy, alone. Is this really any good for anyone? From ‘The Pool’ by Sophie Heawood And it’s a very good question. Weddings … Continue reading Divorce: Party Time!
‘Let’s go and see the dead people.’ Turns out my friend was joking, but we did end up looking at the dead people. Before this becomes too macabre I should clarify our visit was to the British Museum, and more … Continue reading Death by Museums