Pictures are crisp. Wiped clean and powdered with fancy dust. Polished. Perfectly fashioned. We believe it because our eyes don’t lie. They translate as truth. After all where did the phrase “I’ll believe it when I see it” come from? But really they are only a highlight reel. A highlight from a long period of… Continue reading We Are The Same
The oscillating wheel that makes the watch tick. The endless components of a motherboard. The copious drafts, deleted work and lost words that finally make the book. The trend is to hide the complexity. We lock it away, hide it from clear sight. Leaving it only for those intrigued enough once, maybe twice if lucky,… Continue reading The Hidden Complexities
Firstly – 5 stars on both laughing and Oh-my-God meters! (key bottom of page) Benjamin Daniels unfolds his experiences as a GP in the UK and his memories while training using a comically written collection of stories. While I literally had to bite my hand to stop myself from hysterically laughing on the train… Continue reading Book Review: Confessions of a GP
Read on, no spoilers whatsoever, amigo. The Basics: 8.1 on IMDb Director: Denis Villeneuve Writer: Aaron Guzikowski Main Cast: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, with Melissa Leo, and Paul Dano. A dramatic thriller about the abduction of two young girls and their pursuit. Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman), the father of one of the girls takes… Continue reading Movie Review: Prisoners (2013) – Spoiler-free
Thank you so much Meghan at LittleWords for nominating and presenting me with the Liebster Award. I am beyond honoured, especially when I am only a tiny little speck in the ginormous blogosphere. It’s always nice to be recognised and appreciated so thank you! Here are my As to your Qs:- 1) Describe your dream… Continue reading Thank you for the Liebster Award!
Sometimes in the depth of darkness, there is an inkling of light that craves to show its beauty. It flickers in the distance, still hesitant to expand its lustre. But then something changes. As though the light itself must break free from its chains, it unexpectedly explodes in full bloom, driving out the every… Continue reading It’s Always Darkest Before the Dawn
1) Divergent I’ve already read this and I loved it. You can read my No Spoiler review here. I’m usually very optimistic about movie adaptations and more often than not, I’m actually fairly pleased; aside from wishing they could include absolutely every detail. For some reason, with Divergent, I have a feeling it isn’t going… Continue reading 5 Books to Read in 2014 Before the Movie