Beginners Guide to Anime
Now I can’t go out and wave the Olympic torch of anime, I really can’t. I can’t hold an actual […]
A bit of uni advice, just a bit
Disclaimer: So this was meant for Sunday but its Monday/Tuesday so errrr… We’ll just do a nostalgic take like Hugh […]
Bits of Converstion -Vanessa on her day in the life of a blogger
I hope you’re having a good day, and whether or not you are I hope it gets better. Right then. […]
A moment to explain
Hello You might have a few questions, let me try to answer them [So what’s happening?] Well right now I’m […]
Bits of Conversation -Valeria on Modelling, Blogging and Vlogging
OPA!!! If you aren’t excited you should be because this is a new segment called Bits of Conversation (very creative). […]
Film Review -To All The Boys Always and Forever
From the first scene with Lara Jean In the beautifully themed room writing a letter to her boyfriend to the beautiful views in New York, Seoul and the ever-changing colours in the same cool aesthetic and cinematography, they did quite well to make this one spectacular.
Film Review -The King
The expectation when you read a title for a movie named “The King” its quite likely you fantasise of the […]
The Man Who Became a Silhouette -A Short Story
“Hell is empty and all the devils are here.”
― William Shakespeare, The Tempest
Album Review -Lost and Found by Jorja Smith
You’ve had the same playlist for weeks if not months. You long from that beautiful jolt of passion and inspiration […]
Writing competition #1, how it went.
So, I lost Few weeks ago I entered a writing competition called Furious Fiction, I wrote, submitted my work then […]
Will the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise survive without Johnny Depp?
Since its conception, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has been immensely successful and a lot of that has to do with the performances of its lead actor Johnny Depp. Recently however there have been speculations on whether the star would still be part of the franchise
How I got bit by the football bug
It’s funny really because I started out as a Manchester United fan before I was even a football fan.
Book Review -The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan
you reach out to hold it but instead you grasp a book covered in sand, you remove the sand enough to see it’s title, there in gold lettering it reads “The Kane Chronicles”.
3 months as a blogger -what nobody told me about it
However, in my few months on the beat I have developed a bit of learning stubble, so here’s what I’ve learnt about blogging and creation in the last few months.
2020 on a train
You ever read a novel or watch a movie like James Bond or Mission Impossible were larger-than-life secret agents prevent […]
Playlist to listen to as the New Year looms
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato
Film Review -All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur
Do you like football? Or maybe you like documentaries? How about a bit of drama?
No need to pick, this particular documentary film series has it all.
How I started writing… A novel
It was around the rainy November of 2019. It was in the afternoon and the electricity had bid us adieu, […]
Daniel Craig’s James Bond films Ranked
After four films of gentlemanly snarkiness and cinematic joy along with his last film “No Time To Die” to be released in 2021, it’s soon time the world bids farewell to Daniel Craig as the coveted James Bond. Before the final curtain raiser I think it fitting to round up his Bond films and in a moment of nostalgia, rank the last four James Bond films played by Daniel Craig.
So without further adue, the rankings are as follows.
Film review: James Bond Casino Royale
Yes, yes I know a review is about 14 years late but take into account I was five years old at the time. Which in all honesty isn’t an excuse for only watching Casino Royal this year but before you start scolding me let me explain myself…
The wind tugs at my coat as I walk and sit on a lone oak tree stump on the plain […]
Why you should always have a book close to you
I always have book near-by
Not a book to read mind you, a book to write in…Here’s why
Film Review -Red, White and Blue. Small Axe miniseries
The “Red, white and blue” addition to Steve McQueen’s Small Axe miniseries, hits a nerve on a world that’s reeling from racial discrimination. It depicts the true story Leroy Logan (John Boyega) a member of an immigrant household, whom after seeing his father assaulted by police officers, gives up his work as a forensic scientist to become a police officer because, “don’t you think its time things were different?”
Film Review: Parasite by Bong Joon-Ho
It’s like dipping your toe into a lake then suddenly you are immersed deep underwater
Album Review -Not Waving But Drowning by Loyle Carner
I remember a Friday night at home in my room bored out of my mind. I remember scrolling through Youtube […]
A Month of Blogging, how to start a blog
As you can see from the title this is an honest review of my first month as a blogger. I […]
Whether you believe in Christianity, Islam, Paganism, or Humanism there has always been a theme through time over humanity’s mastery […]
The first book review…well sort of
I’ve said it once unfortunately I’ll say it again, ever since I was a guppy I was nose deep in musty old books like the Oliver Twist book quietly hidden in my grandmother’s book shelf. I was always fond of history and mythology too.
The Old Man
The old man sits on an old wooden chair and scratches his scruffy beard, he stares past the kitchen hut […]