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Hireth-Tinted Glasses

I’ve just returned from a visit to England. I wore different glasses on this trip. Not rose-tinted—or is that hireth-tinted?—glasses, but realistic, magnifying, research glasses. I was on a mission to find answers to some important questions: Is Exmoor really the place my husband and I can live? 641 more words

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Chewing Gum, Michaela Coel

Wow man.

This comedy series , written and starred by Michaela Coel is a piece of honest and true gem.

The casting brilliant, and all the characters and actors are superb. 204 more words


The Road to Little Dribbling

The Road to Little Dribbling, Bill Bryson

I believe I have mentioned once or twice that I will read anything Bill Bryson writes.  So when I saw… 840 more words

Book Reviews

[Review] The Girl with All the Gifts - Another forgettable zombie flick

Director: Colm McCarthy

Cast:  Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close, Sennia Nanua

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Books to movies are a norm in film industry and there have been many successful and some not so successful examples. 663 more words


"Ok, We Will Call It A Draw"

Whenever I need to laugh, deep belly laughs, Monty Python is my go-to source.  I saw this poster the other day and was reminded of this hilarious (in my opinion, realizing it might be lost on some with a less sophisticated sense of humor ) skit from… 6 more words

British Humor

Review: "I Hunt Killers" (Jasper Dent #1) by Barry Lyga

Serial killers: they’re pinnacles of murder mysteries and most of the time becoming icons in both literature and film such as Hannibal Lecter from The Silence of the Lambs… 916 more words