MCU Challenge | Iron Man 2 (2010)

Last year I started a MCU Challenge, re-watching all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies from the start. I didn't get far because I started my new job not long after and then life took over. But now I am in isolation at home, I thought it might be a good time to continue on this journey with Iron Man 2!

WIP Tag 2020

I took part in this tag back in 2018 when I was working on my very first novel. Since then I have made the decision to put that novel on hold after two years of agonisingly slow progress and embark on a new project (which have been a revolution so far!). So, I thought it... Continue Reading →

10 Bookish Questions Tag

Hello! It’s been a while (a.k.a. A really, really long time). I hope you are all well! I was tagged in this post by Powisamy and I thought it looked like fun! So here goes... Question One: How many books do you currently own?According to my kindle I have 53 books I’ve read, and... 270... Continue Reading →

Review: Viper

I definitely recommend this swashbuckling fantasy. It's full of beautiful friendships, thrilling relationships and so much adventure that I loved every minute spent out on the vast oceans and on the unique islands with Marianne and her crew.

Review: Stepsister

So this book was a little hit and miss for me. Some parts of it I really loved, some parts I couldn't stand. Leaving this book with a very solid three stars.

Review: Watch Us Rise

Even though this book is really political, it isn't boring. The plot helps to weave the whole thing together and the characters bring the political feminist ideas to life in a way I haven't seen before. And I loved it!

Does My Disability Define Me? (A Poem)

Does my disability define me? Yes, And no. It’s my limitations, My strengths. It’s with me, always. But it’s not me. I’m a writer. Reader. Daughter. Sister. I work, But it forces me to fight Harder. My disability is me. But I’m not my disability. I’m more than that, Invisible, But visible, Everyday, I shout,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Darkest Star

I really recommend this book, not just because it's full of nostalgia, but because the plot is full of so many twists and mysteries that it's compelling from the first page to the last!

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