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Appaloosa Summer- Tudor Robins

Appaloosa Summer is book one of the Island Trilogy by Tudor Robins. It was a cute little summer read. I read it on the plane over to Northern Ireland a few weeks ago. 205 more words


WE REVIEW IT ALL: Movies- Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill for

How would I describe “Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill for” to someone who has never seen a Frank Miller film?  Think of the cutest, fluffiest, bunny story filled with bright rainbow colors and sunshine.   692 more words


Virginia Woolf – Art, Life & Vision

“Painting and writing have much to tell eachother”

This quote was on one of the walls in the exhibition, and I absolutely loved it. As a Fine Art and English Literature student it had a particular resonance with me showing how one influences the other. 278 more words

Ghostbusters, 30 years on: proof that Bill Murray is the coolest man alive

The Cult of Bill Murray has grown strong over the years. The internet is awash with posts such as “20 Reasons Why Bill Murray Is The Coolest Human Being Alive”. 685 more words

The Song Of Achilles by Madeline Miller

The reason I started with this book is because it is one my most favourite books of all time. Considering the fact that most of my books up until 2013 have been teen novels, it was great to be part of a readership that was more adult. 499 more words


Channel Surfing: Legends - Chemistry

Another week come and gone, and Sean Bean is still alive: all in all, a good week for television!

It’s late at night on an empty road…  a family is pulled over by some men dressed as police in what quickly turns out to be a kidnapping and the murder of two actual police officers.  775 more words


Industrial Media: Analysis and reflection (question 2)

Question 2:

From the readings folder in Drama/Doco read the ‘writing/reflectively’ reading. Briefly describe two points that you have taken from that reading. Points that excite you, something that was completely new to you. 250 more words

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