A Quick Review: Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell

Hi everyone, Today I thought I would write a quick and snappy review of a book that I absolutely loved; Down and Out in Paris and London. This is my third book by George Orwell that I have read. I have loved all the books I have read of his immensely with 1984 even making... Continue Reading →


The Autumn Tag

Hi everyone, So I haven't actually been tagged in this, but I loved all the questions so much and loved reading other people's answers that I wanted to do it anyway! (I wonder, can you tell that I really love Autumn by my previous posts?) I found this specific tag on Abbie's blog, a fellow... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Autumnal Films

Hi everyone, I don't know how many times the past couple of weeks I have tried (and failed) to write a  blog post. Everyday I opened up the page, typed a few lines and then deleted it all. I'm sure we've all been there before... After a few coffees and a bunch of brainstorms, I've... Continue Reading →


There's no season I love more than Autumn (or Fall if you're across the pond). There's something about it that just incites so much inspiration and hopefulness in me. I could talk about, think about and write about Autumn all day. I wasn't really sure how this blog post was going to turn out. I... Continue Reading →

Review: Persuasion by Jane Austen

Hi everyone, I have just finished reading another Jane Austen book that was left-over from my Austen August month. Persuasion is the last novel fully completed by Jane Austen before her death, however it was posthumously published six months after her death. The book was actually named by her brother, Henry. There is still no... Continue Reading →

My Autumn TBR

Hi everyone, As Autumn is slowly creeping up on us, I thought now would be a good time to write a blog post about what I'm planning on reading in the months of September, October and November. I've stopped doing TBR's regularly because, honestly, I just can't stick to them. I struggle to decide what... Continue Reading →

My Thoughts on Emma by Jane Austen

Hi everyone, Austen August is nearly at an end and although I haven't read as many Jane Austen books as I'd hoped (more on that in my wrap-up blogpost...), I've just finished reading another; Emma. I knew that Emma was the inspiration for on one of my favourite 90's films, Clueless and, naturally, this made... Continue Reading →

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