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Review: Burn Girl by Mandy Mikulencak.

“Sometimes we do stupid things in the name of love.” – Mandy Mikulencak.

I requested a copy of this book through NetGalley and the publisher thankfully accepted my request. 354 more words


Book Review - Before the Storm by Diane Chamberlain

What if your child was accused of mass murder?
When the local church is razed to the ground, dozens of trapped children manage to escape – many helped by fifteen-year-old Andy Lockwood. 257 more words


Why you don't text while blacked out

The reason this post isn’t a review of blacking out is because I myself have never personally blacked out. While I’ve forgotten a few details of nights, maybe a conversation here or there or hallucinated a bit I’ve never completely lost a night. 174 more words

New York City

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell

Rating: 4 / 5 stars
Format: Paperback
Published: 2nd September 2014
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One drowsy summer’s day in 1984, teenage runaway Holly Sykes encounters a strange woman who offers a small kindness in exchange for ‘asylum’. 464 more words


'AKIRA' - Paving The Way For The Sci-Fi Genre

Akira is a Japanese anime, sci-fi film, made in 1988 and is directed by Katsuhiro Ohtomo. ‘Akira’ is hugely influential, not only within its home nation, but across the globe, as it helped to define the sci-fi / fantasy genre; and its influences can be seen in many recent western films. 277 more words


DIY Face Masks

Who needs expensive spa facials when you can make your own face masks right in your bathroom! Here are three face masks that you can make from the ingredients in your kitchen… 162 more words


Kdrama Review: Warm and Cozy

This week’s drama review is  about “Warm and Cozy“, the last project by Hong sisters. The title comes from the Jeju dialect and it literally means… 665 more words