Christmas With Billy and Me – Review | Blogmas Day Eight

  Title - Christmas With Billy and Me Author - Giovanna Fletcher Pages (Kindle Edition) - 58 Pages Release Date - 6th November 2014   Christmas has come to Rosefont Hill and it's destined to be a particularly special festive season for Sophie May. When a smitten stranger emails Sophie to ask her if he … Continue reading Christmas With Billy and Me – Review | Blogmas Day Eight

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TransMission by Alex Bertie – Book Review

Title - TransMission: My Quest To A Beard Author - Alex Bertie Pages (Paperback) - 304 Pages Release Date - 2nd November 2017 Rating - 4/5 “I’m not good at first impressions, but screw it: here we go. My name’s Alex Bertie, I like pugs, doughnuts and retro video games. I have tattoos, I make … Continue reading TransMission by Alex Bertie – Book Review

Beauty and the Beast – Film Review

In the past, I've held back from watching Disney's live action remakes of old classics because I didn't want to see them ruin the films for what they were so when I heard that they were remaking one of my favourite Disney classics, I was a little aprehensive but decided to give it a go, … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast – Film Review

Suicide Squad – Movie Review

Suicide Squad Director: David Ayer Distributed by: Warner Bros Pictures Running Time: 123 Minutes Cinema Release Date: 5th August 2016     I've never really been too interested in DC comics as I much prefer Marvel, and I guess you could say I'm more of a Spider-Man girl but when from I've read of the … Continue reading Suicide Squad – Movie Review

Always With Love – Review

  Sophie's got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world. Sort of. But when she and Billy take a trip to visit his family in Los Angeles, she quickly discovers she's totally unprepared for the chaos of Hollywood, the paparazzi and Billy's controlling mother. And when Billy … Continue reading Always With Love – Review

The BFG (Film) – Review

As a child, I loved Roald Dahl's work. In fact, I had every one of his books and if any of you are old enough to remember the Roald Dahl magazines, I also had every single one of them and I most likely still have them in a cupboard somewhere and so, when I saw … Continue reading The BFG (Film) – Review

25 – Review

Unless you've been living under a rock then I assume that you already know about Adele's comeback the music industry, after a three year hiatus following the release of her single Skyfall, for the James Bond movie under the same name, and my oh my, did she come back with a bang! This was a … Continue reading 25 – Review

On The Other Side – Review

Some of you may have heard of Miss Carrie Hope Fletcher before. Perhaps for her musical theatrical roles as Eponine or Truly Scrumptious, or you may know her from her evergrowing YouTube channel, or maybe, you simply know her as Tom Fletcher's younger sister, however, regardless of how you may know her, it is very … Continue reading On The Other Side – Review

Billy and Me – Review

I’m not going to lie, I was hesitant to read this book at first, thinking that it was just another popstar’s wife trying to make a career off of the back of her husband but let me tell you, Giovanna Fletcher is perhaps one of the most genuine people out there and this book has … Continue reading Billy and Me – Review

Lush – Cup O’ Coffee Face and Body Mask Review

As the name suggests, the mask itself is actually made of coffee. It has ground coffee beans, caffeine powder and coffee infusion as well as fragrance additives, algave, kaolin and glycerine, making it an interesting mix that smells exactly like a freshly made cup of coffee. The groun d coffee stimulates the senses and the … Continue reading Lush – Cup O’ Coffee Face and Body Mask Review