Netflix Fix- Van Gogh and Teenage love

I have a confession; I am addicted to Netflix and Amazon prime TV, and I am not even sorry about it. I could watch hours and hours of shows, even have it on when I am sleeping. When I cook I have on something on Netflix or amazon prime, typically something I have watched before…

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Serena

I planned to post this in August, but wasn’t able to- life and travels and what not. Now that we are in September, for some reason it couldn’t be more apt and let’s face it, the September issue of Vanity Fair is pretty pedestrian- what a bore. I used to think, and have often voiced,…

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Madam Reads: Daisy’s Back In Town by Rachel Gibson

I read this book a little while back and whilst unpacking I found it in my pile of books and settled down to read it again. In a little under twenty-four hours, needless to say no unpacking was done that day and I still love this book much as I did the first time round.…

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Madam Reads: Something About You by Julie James

I rarely set much store by dialogue in a novel because for me, a good book is firstly determined by the depth of its characters and the quality of the story, before anything else comes into play. However, Something About You highlighted just what dialogue can do to a story. Its a power of elevation.…

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