All posts tagged arts

Paradise Found: The Incredible First Episode of “His Dark Materials.”

It’s been more than decade since The Golden Compass flopped at the box office to unsatisfactory reviews, and two decades since the publication of Northern Lights, the opener to a […]

Wattpad- Read, Write, Love

Wattpad is a world-wide reading and writing site and app. I came across it when I was in year nine and since then, it has never not been downloaded on […]

Sara Pascoe and the importance of open conversation

Sara Pascoe’s sophmore novel, titled “Sex, Power, Money” is a non-fiction publication focusing on how different dynamics affect the role of sex in modern society. Pascoe is a comedian who […]

Inkpot: Autumn

Autumn saunters in with her luscious leaves the colour of flame, stealing summer’s hot fame. Golden honey disappears from the sky: marigold, orange and a faint blushing red only left […]

Book Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

‘Meet Celaena Sardothien. Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for Greatness.’   This novel or the series may not be on the ‘to study’ category, but it’s definitely intellectually and creatively stimulating. Also […]

Celebrating Mary Shelley- 3 books you’ll enjoy if you loved Frankenstein

Readers celebrated Mary Shelley’s 222n​ d​ birthday last month and many avid fans, including myself, took this opportunity to reflect on ​Frankenstein​ and Shelley’s impact on the sci-fi and gothic […]

Give it a read ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ by Richard Carlson.

Book Review: A Personal favourite of mine so far…         I continually read biographies, autobiographies and self-help, a lot of the time non-fiction. These are books which grab […]

Presence

There is something about Him. Maybe it’s His eyes; those endless deep pools that hold the secrets of His past and the lurking darkness of His future.   He is […]

The Last by Hanna Jameson – a startling look into what could be our future

“Maybe I was lucky, watching the end of the world online, instead of living it, reacting to an explosion or a siren announcing one.”   Jon Keller is in a […]