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August Reviews

Here are my reading reviews for August and my MayJune and July ones in case you missed them.

Yoga School Dropout – Lucy Edge (2010) … 800 more words


Know your architectural styles- Gothic

The easiest to differentiate among all the architectural styles, Gothic architecture manifests itself in grandiose churches and imposing castles across the length and breadth of Europe. 193 more words


Town Hall, Middlesbrough

Town hall and Municipal Buildings, 1883/89 by G.G. Hoskins (Darlington). Statues by W. Margeston (Chelsea). Sandstone ashlar. Lakeland slate roofs. Municipal buildings on 4 sides of courtyard, town hall adjoins north side, fronting onto Corporation Road. 8 more words

19th Century

Never The Bride By Paul Magrs

     Updated 16/09/2014

     The episodic structure and super simple YA-style prose mire a book worth reading for its genius premise: pensioners battling the supernatural in UK Goth Capital, Whitby. 49 more words


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Blood Addiction and the Image of a Vampire.

When I wrote my novel Blood Addiction, you could say that I wrote it in reaction to the novel Twilight.  I confess I haven’t actually read Twilight because I’m the sort of person who doesn’t like to read what everyone else is reading but I would need to live in a cave not to have heard about it! 181 more words


Jane Eyre

Based on the beloved 1847 novel by Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre is a 2011 romantic drama starring Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender.

The film also stars Judi Dench, Sally Hawkins, Amelia Clarkson, Freya Parks and Jamie Bell. 479 more words