Rowan Coleman's latest novel, The Summer Of Impossible Things, is out later this month. And here is what you need to know about it. It's significantly longer than her previous works. Expect some time travel throughout the book; it is sort of fantasy/thriller/drama. However, it forms quite an important part of the book. This book … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Release*
Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of this album, having previously worked with Williams, and at my own request, back in January. What follows is my honest opinion.* It has been a little while, since we've heard from Kathryn Williams, the singer songwriter who produced Hypoxia, an album based on The Bell Jar. Today sees … Continue reading Resonator Review; album by Kathryn Williams.
Doesn't it seem, that more and more recently, there has been almost an avalanche of rock auto-biographies? The self-penned memoirs, I'm thinking of people such as Chrissie Hynde, and Carly Simon. The latter I really loved, just because of the language-it feels unusual on the tongue, and is immensely gratifying when reading about Simon's life. … Continue reading Not Dead Yet By Phil Collins ; Release.*
[ Disclaimer: ●Thanks to Jess Gulliver for sending me this, at my request.●] A note about plot: I do love a good thriller, really, I do. And this was no exception: the case of Lilly, abducted from the gates of her high school, only to return to her family eight years later. Please be warned … Continue reading Review: Baby Doll, the new thriller. *
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.