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#Cineworld Unlimited Update: Film reviews from Oct/Nov #Films

One of the best gifts I ever gave myself was to invest in a Cineworld Unlimited Card. I’m in my second year and use it at every available opportunity. Going to the cinema is my favourite self-help tool when I’m in need of a break from reality. Escaping into a fictional world for a while… Continue reading #Cineworld Unlimited Update: Film reviews from Oct/Nov #Films

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Meet Fantasy Author @KamVerdee #Fantasy #YA

I love finding new authors, especially when they write YA fantasy which is my favourite genre. Imagine my delight when I discovered YA author, Kam Verdee, and then found out she was a fellow Birmingham lass. After a small amount of stalking (on my part!) I managed to convince Kam to join me on my… Continue reading Meet Fantasy Author @KamVerdee #Fantasy #YA

Film Review, Harry Potter

#FilmReview King Arthur: Legend of the Sword #Myth #Legend

Film Review King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 4* As a huge fan of fantasy, myth, and legend it was inevitable that I’d be drawn to a film with sorcery, knights, and mythical swords. Legend has it that King Arthur was the head of Camelot where he ruled with his Knights of the Round Table.… Continue reading #FilmReview King Arthur: Legend of the Sword #Myth #Legend

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#BookReview Hogwarts: A Cinematic Yearbook #Activity #HarryPotter #SundayBlogShare

Hogwarts: A Cinematic Yearbook: Imagine, Draw, Create Scholastic Children’s Books Category: Novelty/Activity Books My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars My Review: Oh my! As an avid Harry Potter fan I couldn’t resist treating myself to this activity book (yes, I bought it for me, not my kids!). It’s a luscious hardback; very reminiscent of… Continue reading #BookReview Hogwarts: A Cinematic Yearbook #Activity #HarryPotter #SundayBlogShare

Authors, Books, Fiction, Fun Stuff, Harry Potter, Monday Muse, Reading, The Writing Process, Writing, Young Adult

#MondayMuse Influenced by the Magic of J.K.Rowling #MondayBlogs

Inspirational people surround us at every turn.  To celebrate some of the incredible women who continue to motivate me on my writing journey I look at the women/characters who are my artistic inspiration. Last time I honoured the fictional character of Alice from Alice in Wonderland. You can read that post HERE.  Today, I’m devoting the… Continue reading #MondayMuse Influenced by the Magic of J.K.Rowling #MondayBlogs

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Author Interview – Meet @LisaShambrook #TuesdayBookBlog #YA

I'm delighted to be joined by my second guest of the day, fellow YA author, Lisa Shambrook, as we chat about chocolate, killing off characters, and her latest release.  Over to Lisa: The Fun Stuff: What part of the world do you come from? I live in the gorgeousness that is West Wales. I have… Continue reading Author Interview – Meet @LisaShambrook #TuesdayBookBlog #YA

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The Good, The Bad & The Cover Reveal #TuesdayBookBlog #YA

Over the past week, I have read some amazing blog posts by my favourite bloggers highlighting the best bits of 2015.  From favourite books to fulfilling projects, these articles were fun and inspiring. For me, 2015 sucked!! Then I did my annual ‘closing down ceremony’ where I write down all the good points (family day… Continue reading The Good, The Bad & The Cover Reveal #TuesdayBookBlog #YA