Month: January 2019

It’s Not All Doom and Gloom

From the Feeds Today’s post comes from Buzzfeed and is a compilation of 33 wonderfully heartwarming photos. Daily Three I got to watch a film with my dad that I found purely on a few bits of information he gave me. Capricorn One is…

It’s not all Doom and Gloom

From the Feeds There’s no right way to raise a child. But there’s certainly wrong ways. This article is a heartwarming look at how people who bring a child into the world can make the best of a situation and put their child first….

TV REVIEW Star Trek Discovery: S2 Ep2 New Eden

About: A new signal brings the Discovery to a distant planet, Terralysium, that is inhabited by the descendants of human survivors of World War III, which was fought on Earth 200 years earlier. Picking up from last week’s reveal, Discovery follows a second inexplicable…

Book Tour: Slay on Tour by Kim Curran

As a reader it feels as if Curran’s opening story was the album and this, second offering that is so aptly named, is the amazing and anticipated arena tour. You’ll gratefully applaud the hits the familiar characters roll out smoothly and with wonderful transitions….

Mamma Mia! Here I Go Again (2018)

Length: 1Hr 54 Rating: PG About: In 1979 young Donna, Tanya and Rosie graduate from Oxford University — leaving Donna free to embark on a series of adventures throughout Europe. On her journeys, she makes the acquaintances of Harry, Bill and Sam — the…

Movie Review- The Meg (2018)

“Just keep swimming” About: Previously thought to be extinct, a massive creature attacks a deep-sea submersible, leaving it disabled and trapping the crew at the bottom of the Pacific. With time running out, a visionary oceanographer recruits rescue diver Jonas Taylor to save the…

Kick the Moon by Muhammad Khan

Muhammad Khan’s second novel is a relevant cautionary tale of self realisation, challenging the trappings created by fear and, most importantly, acknowledging stereotypes of gender and culture before working against them. My affection for the protagonist hit me fast and hard. Ilyas is a…

WED: No Doom, No Gloom

From the Feeds sorry. Finding things tough at the moment without WiFi. Should be up and running by Monday. So just one for today; https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/19/i-will-not-stop-until-syrian-refugees-are-reunited-with-the-beloved-pets-they-left-behind-8331338/?ito=social Daily Three 1. I’m all registered at my doctors and somehow it feels like everything is right with the…

TUE: No Doom, No Gloom

Plastic mats for homeless : https://lifestyle.diply.com/29368/students-make-sleeping-mats-for-homeless-out-of-plastic-bags?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=diply-hello-tr&utm_content=f009269

Anomaly by Michael Rutger

I don’t think i’ve ever felt as tense as I did reading this chilling adventure. I knew if like it; I was told the moment I was told It was for fans of Dan Brown. That is very true indeed; only I would be…

Mon: No Doom, No Gloom

From the Feeds This is all the joy. The Merc with the Mouth wishing international treasure Betty White happy birthday. The Golden Girl was celebrating being 97 years young last week and Ryan Reynolds didn’t let it go without a shout out from himself….

Hotel Flamingo by Alex Milway

This is a delightful, fanciful tale that would make for a cute bedtime read for younger children and a perfect independent book for older littles. I devoured it in a little over an hour, falling in love with the characters, their relationships and the…