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Love Is...

Love makes you feel out of control. I think that’s how you know it’s right.

I’m so afraid of getting it wrong. Choosing a life partner is the single most important decision of your life.

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Coming Of Age

Review of The Art of Forgetting: Nomad – Book 2 by Joanne Hall

I’d read the excellent first part of this unusual Fantasy rite-of-passage book Rider earlier this year, see my review here. And when at Bristolcon, it was a no-brainer that I’d buy a print copy of the sequel and get Joanne Hall to sign it for me. 525 more words

Book Review

Short-term 12: Overwhelming, to say the least

Grace and her boyfriend Mason, who live together, work as supervisors at a home that provides a healthy environment for troubled teenagers. They are faced with a new challenge every single day and have to deal with each of the children in a different manner. 700 more words


The Way He Looks: Of subtle expressions

Leonardo (Lobo) and Giovana (Amorim) are childhood friends who spend most of their day together, because they also study in the same class. They also share a little ritual after school where Giovana (Gi) walks home Leonardo (Leo) — who is visually challenged — and opens the gate for him, before she heads back to her house.  859 more words


Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Book Review # 18: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Number of Pages: 368
Copy: E-book
Date Published: 1,312 more words

Book Review


Dark skies with heavy clouds inching along, threatening to tear at the seams
Children in pigtails and smelly socks wading through the sweaty air… 644 more words


Blue is the Warmest Colour: Of insecurity and love

The film revolves around 17 year old introvert Adèle, who is trying to find love. The actual story, though, begins when Adèle meets Emma and they fall in love with each other. 597 more words