A Letter From The Quiet Kid #2

Dear readers I am not lazy. I just have a different way of living. Lame excuse, I know. But it’s true. There are certain ways I want to have things that are comfortable for me. And changing it up is so difficult. Like panic attack difficult. My room’s a bit messy. I have my instruments…

A Letter From The Quiet Kid

Dear reader, This is the quiet kid. The one who sits in the middle of the class and doesn’t say a word. The one that stays in their bedroom for large portions of the waking day. The one you see walking to and from school alone. The one that might meet your eyes when you…

Ireland 2017

I’ve been away a while – sorry! But I’m back now. So. As I mentioned in my Travel 2017 post, I went to Ireland at the beginning of April for a trampolining competition and a lil’ sight-seeing. Well the vlog went up (a while ago tbh, sorry) so here it is. I hope you enjoy…

First Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon!

As the title may suggest, this post is about the Dewey’s 24 hour readathon which, as you may guess, is a 24 hour readathon. Yeah. Now to my reader friends out there, I have a confession to make…. It’s been about 3 months since I finished a book. There! I said it! And I know….

#iwd : Inspirational Women

So if you didn’t know, today is International Women’s Day and I’ve been thinking all day about what to say about it, because I want to say something. So I thought why not compile a list of women that I find inspirational – note, that I find inspirational. These aren’t in any particular order, although I’ve categorised…

Kinky Boots Review

Soooo I was lucky enough to manage to get good tickets to see Kinky Boots the other day (probably our 3rd time lucky with the half price ticket booths in Leicester Square – it’s worth having a look there if you’re interested). I’d heard good things about it but I didn’t really know what it…

School of Rock the Musical Review

O. M. G. What an experience. Holy. Fricking. Moly. Fun fact for you all, School of Rock is my favourite movie of all time (has been for like almost 10 years). And Andrew Lloyd Webber is one of my favourite musical people of all time. So when I first heard that the 2 were coming…

Places I’ve Been: Before

So seeing as I have a Travel section of this blog, indicating that I like to travel and I have traveled a fair bit, I’m figuring it’d be good to document where I’ve traveled to before starting this blog and then posting an update every year? Well that’s the plan. Anyway. I have travelled a…

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Review (NO SPOILERS)

Okay so Fangirl came out like 4 years ago and I’ve read it about 5 times since I bought it 2 years ago. Yet I’ve never talked about on any blog. I always refer to it as THE contemporary YA novel to read, but I’ve never actually reviewed it. Until now. (also warning this is…

Travel Plans 2017

So I have a travel page, indicating I travel a lot, which I guess is true to some extent, but I now that I’m a grown up (lol) and have a bit more freedom to go wherever and plan quite a bit in advance, I thought I’d let you know what the haps (soz). I’ve…

Digital vs Physical: Music

Digital music vs physical music. It’s an ongoing fight since iTunes began in 2003 where more and more people are switching to buy digital music from iTunes and other streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music (among others). However there is still a bunch of us that are hanging on to the old…

Push Girl by Chelsie Hill and Jessica Love Review (NO SPOILERS)

This review is part of Read Diverse 2017 and Diversity Bingo. Push Girl follows the story of Kara, a popular girl at school. She has the hottest boyfriend, cool friends and is a shoe-in for homecoming queen. But then one night she gets into a car accident which leaves her paraplegic and forcing her to…