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"I can't be a superhero right now"

Hi everyone and welcome once again to my weekly blog post. This week I will be discussing pancakes, commuting observations, and the need for some time to myself. 579 more words

Everyday Ramblings

When did one day become a weekend?

Hi everyone and welcome to this weeks blog post. This week I will be discussing Valentines Weekend, trying to deal with uncertainty, Australia in Eurovision and why I like Friday 13th. 717 more words

Everyday Ramblings

Taking on The Slap

Apparently, I was one of the few who actually saw NBC’s premiere of The Slap. It’s not exactly hitting any kind of numbers that would warrant a trending position on Twitter and if you Google it, … 1,067 more words

Celebrities & Entertainment

Summer reading

The year is six weeks old already, and a blog post is long overdue. I blame it on the PhD: I’ve spent most of the past six weeks preparing for my confirmation panel next month. 718 more words

Reviews & Interviews

„Barracuda” Christos Tsiolkas

Christosa Tsiolkasa poznałam dzięki miss attitude. Jego “Klaps” zachwycił również i mnie (moja recenzja “Klapsa” TUTAJ), więc kiedy w bibliotece wpadła mi w ręce… 522 more words

Recenzje

Uma's face (and The Slap)

Oh how we all feel like we own a bit of a celebrity. One of mine is Uma Thurman. She’s makes my list of all-time favourite actresses because I adore her kookiness and smoky, slightly asymmetrical face and will never forget her… 460 more words

Books

The Moss on Christos Tsiolkas

Christos Tsiolkas is a 57-year-old Greek woman whose face was classically beautiful in her youth (high cheekbones, strong nose, pale brown eyes) but time has gently exploded her, not unkindly, but she goes by Nonna and a massive shrapnel-like mole has exploded off her nose and no-one is quite sure when it appeared but now that it’s there, it’s there. 336 more words

Fiction