REVIEW|Coming Home to Glendale Hall by Victoria Walters

Coming Home to Glendale Hall By Victoria Walters★★★★★As December progresses rapidly and the nights are drawing in, there's nothing better than snuggling up into bed with a good book. For me, reading is a form of escapism but also how I wind down for bed, two things I really need help with this …

Out of the Darkness, Into the Spotlight

December has cometh. After the year we have all had I didn't think we'd make it but crack out the Buble and celebrate that we got here. With this new month, it also brings a few new things. Firstly the obvious elephant in the room. The blog is back and it's had a face lift. I decided t…

REVIEW|RENT at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester

RENT (Online Stream) Hope Mill Theatre ★★★★★
Whilst at university, what feels like decades ago, I was introduced to a musical for the very first time that has become a firm favourite in my life ever since. It is a show that has had a chunk of my heart ever since and in this horrible year of uncertaint…

REVIEW| Normal People by Sally Rooney

There are some things that gain so much popularity that you end up having to see what the hype is. This book, Normal People by Sally Rooney, which also this year was turned into a BBC series gained so much excitement that I had to put this book into my basket and read it.
I am not one to watch some…

REVIEW|The Last Five Years Stream

After our last chat, apologies for the delay in new content, when we talked about how to survive without live theatre during the lockdown a few things have been added to the mix. One of those things being the addition of ticketed live streams of shows and performances, which almost makes it feel li…

REVIEW| The Two Lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver

There are some authors out there that I discover and fall in love with. One of those that I discovered last year was Josie Silver, who released her first book One Day in December in 2018. I read and loved that book last year when I read it so much so that when I saw at the end of the book that you …

Vegan NOT Cruelty Free

Since I made the decision to be Cruelty Free at the beginning of this year I have become more interested in what ingredients are in my products. I've spent more time looking at the labels and something I have come across that seems to be turning into a bit of a trend.



Recently there has become …

BOOK REVIEW|Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland

I've really had the reading bug recently, I think it's good for me though as it means more time away from my computer and other electrical items. But secretly I think the bug is back because I love a good story.

My most recent read was Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland, known by many as the …

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