How “At Eternity’s Gate” Inspired Me To Delve Into More Art.

On a very hungover morning, I thought I would finally watch 'At Eternity's Gate' as laying in bed watching a screen is about all I could do... However, while I wallowed in shame I was unexpectedly VERY inspired by the film. It is about the last years of Vincent Van Gogh's life. Exploring his relationships, … Continue reading How “At Eternity’s Gate” Inspired Me To Delve Into More Art.

Killing Commendatore Haruki Murakami

Hallo, its review time. This time for Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami, which gives a very surprising result I think, so stick around and give it a read. x As you know, Haruki Murakami is my favourite author and I have finally finished Killing Commendatore. I definitely enjoyed the book as the atmosphere and characters … Continue reading Killing Commendatore Haruki Murakami

Tips To Help You Choose Your Uni Course // A New Chapter.

(ignore the state of me in the first picture, just happy ennit) If you've had a look at my about page you would know that for the past year I've been studying Theology and Religious studies at Roehampton University, I have enjoyed it for the most part but as the year went by I increasingly felt … Continue reading Tips To Help You Choose Your Uni Course // A New Chapter.

Review of John Williams’ Stoner. ‘An Insight Into The Human Condition.’

Welcome back! It's been a while... So to herald a new blog post at last, I thought I'd write a cheeky review on John Williams' 'Stoner'. There are slight spoilers in the sense of relationships and my opinion on characters, but no critical plot spoilers and I definitely won't ruin the end! I hope that … Continue reading Review of John Williams’ Stoner. ‘An Insight Into The Human Condition.’

Graphic diary: Carnet De Voyage // Craig Thompson & my love for the non-fiction.

I am absolutely in love with graphic novels at the moment, especially this graphic diary. I read 'Carnet De Voyage' a little bit out of chronology as I haven't yet read 'Blankets' and I had never seen any other work by Craig Thompson prior to this travel diaries. I think I enjoy auto-biographical graphic novels … Continue reading Graphic diary: Carnet De Voyage // Craig Thompson & my love for the non-fiction.

Reviewing the empowering magazine ‘Sunday Girl’ // Vol. 6

I have been really getting into reading magazines lately, I love the format of them! Sure a book is more satisfying as a whole world is created in your mind, however, if you're like me and get burnt out and don't have the energy to read a hefty plot, then magazines are perfect. They are … Continue reading Reviewing the empowering magazine ‘Sunday Girl’ // Vol. 6