* A little while ago, an email arrived in my inbox; I was asked to review the CAKE app. Being a foodie, I said yes! What follows is my honest opinion. I guess I should have planned better in the end; Southern had delayed various trains, meaning I got on the wrong one, and was … Continue reading Meal out for a Cake? Yes please! *
* Owing to a technical fault, and not planning ahead properly, today's post will be all about what I went to see at Kensington palace yesterday; I had intended to post an interview with the Candy Girls (click here to check out their website), but it didn't pan out. I'll try my best to post … Continue reading Diana: her fashion story. (Exhibition review.)
Hello! A little while ago I found an invitation in my inbox, inviting me to the Book Launch of The Summer Of Impossible Things, the latest novel by Rowan Coleman. (I would just like to admit that I was a little bit shocked, as I am never invited to events like this. And I was … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Book Launch.
Books. Books! Lovely books. Whenever I go to Waterstones, I always compile a list of books I wish to read; after all, of there is any purpose I can have, it could be to cram by brain with what a book gives, and pass the information on. Anyway, here are a few photos I took … Continue reading A Trip To Waterstones.
I haven't posted a photo diary for a little while...therefore, for today, I thought "why not?" This shows what I have been up to recently, with a little look at behind the scenes of this blog at points. I went to see Emeli Sande! This was onlr as tickets to write about it for this … Continue reading Photo Diary: Where Have I Been?
Owing due to personal circumstance-being told I had "nothing to wear" to a party-I went down to Brighton not too long ago with a few realitives, in order to 'remedy' the situation. Whilst I was there, I took a lot of photos, enough for a Photo Diary Post-which I'm going to share with you now. … Continue reading Day out to Brighton!
(*Okay, that'll be a title that I later come to cringe at. So not *punny* , right? ) A week ago, I was lucky enough to attend Glamour Magazine's Book Club, on The Good Ship Benefit (hence the title of this post!), featuring Jessie Burton, writer of The Muse. It's a beautiful boat-if a little girly. … Continue reading Glamour Book Club: A-hoy there!
Last night, as part of my Christmas present (thanks Mum!), I was at Foyles Bookshop, London, as part of Quick Reads' tenth birthday. They have recently published an anthology of short stories-including by Rowan Coleman and Matt Haig. (Left to Right: Matt Haig, Rowan Coleman, Elizabeth Buchan, Fanny Blake, Veronica Henry, and Cathy Rentzenbrink.) Sponsored by … Continue reading Foyles: the Quick Reads event.
So..yeah. I like Cats, and last week was very lucky to have attended Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium. (This was after seeing a feature in Company Magazine-sadly now folded.) It's a Cat Cafe-and you're served food, with furry faces all around! As a Christmas gift, I was very grateful to have had this experience. For obvious … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to a cat cafe | My trip to Lady Dinah’s.
Well, why not? Way back in the last few days of December 2015-from the 27th to the 30th-I was lucky enough to spend my time in Liverpool. This-as many before it-is just a post, almost like a photo diary. It details what I was doing, with some bits of history, as well as some 'shoe … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to Liverpool | Three days in Liverpool.
Where do I even begin?! I'm a recent convert to Lissie's music-the bluesy, folkish rock singer, who writes her songs. (She had me at 'I stole your magazines/the one with the beauty queens/on the front/I saw her stare at me/I swear that it is mockingly..) So, for Saturday, it was all the way up for … Continue reading Lissie Live In Manchester Review: You NEED To See This Women. *
A little while ago, I posted an interview with Marc Martel (Click here to read if you didn't see it.) He's the lead singer of Queen Extravaganza, the official Queen tribute band, who I got to see perform on Monday night. They all put on a very good show-including, during the second half, an entire … Continue reading Meeting Queen Extravaganza.*
Recently, I was lucky enough to visit Arundel-and explore the town. It was lovely, so thought it worthwhile to share just a few pictures: In a pub where I had dinner, there were all this pictures of English monarchs on the wall-maybe about 100-200? (This is only a small proportion.) Can you identify Henry 7th, … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to Arundel | My Day Out.
(I was lucky enough to see this play-about Norman Wisdom-as part of their opening night. Or-as a 'Journalist', though I use it very loosely-I got to see it, as part of an assignment for Inugen/e magazine. Thank you for sending me!) The play is written by and stars Jack Lane-an uncanny impressionist, who has Norman … Continue reading Review: Wisdom Of A Fool (Play)
This is the final part of my American history blog series. (You can read part one here, and part two here.) Mainly whilst in Boston, I visited the John F Kennedy library and museum-and you can see my pictures here. This was an exterior shot, taken from the beach, possibly two days prior to visiting. … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to the US | Boston.