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Thinkless by Sophie McCook

It’s not often that I respond to a direct request from an author to review their book, but Sophie McCook wrote me a lovely note and she and her book sounded worth investigating. 823 more words

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Genre

14/10/2014

Genrethe word ‘genre’ comes from the French word meaning ‘type’ or ‘class’. It is the way text is constructed making it easy to distinguish between different types of film, for example horror, thriller, rom-com. 297 more words

Mr Gilbert AS Media

Made in Manhattan

Yet another romantic-comedy sitcom has surfaced on ABC. I just don’t know how long this one will last.

Manhattan Love Story had so much potential: relatable characters, a simple storyline, and fun jobs that I’m not positive still exist (book editor and successful family trophy business…it’s too good to be true). 408 more words

Television

#Booktober V: Gifted and Talented

Last night, I finished reading Gifted and talented by Wendy Holden.

Hi, I’m back! I think you can tell how little a social life I have by how quickly I read these books. 444 more words

Writing

FILM REVIEW: Obvious Child

Obvious Child (Gillian Robespierre, 2014)

I anticipate that most viewers will either love or hate Obvious Child, but most would-be-haters will probably avoid it in the first place, unless they like to hate-watch things that make them angry. 628 more words