put away childhood encyclopaedias once read, poured over they aided in completing homework the bent sheets, the occasional drawn doodle now in packing boxes in the loft fallen to adulthood our curious minds Kate Lewington (C)
Book Review The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert Aged 19 going on 90 David M. Barnett Trapeze (ARC sent by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review) AMAZON / BN / WATERSTONES / INDIEBOUND Jennifer is a student, studying film noir. With student accommodation not yet built she is living off campus … Continue reading A Film Noir student, John – Paul George ‘Ringo’ & the residents in a care home strike up alliances. In The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert: Aged 19 going on 90 by David M. Barnett.
Doctor Who changed my life. I wasn’t an avid watcher when the iconic TV show returned in 2005, with Christopher Ecclestone as the time travelling Doctor, but t didn’t take me long to fall hard for the show though. One thing that the show taught me was that anything is possible, and that there is … Continue reading A Who Review & a little bit about one of my first loves.