Life at Rochester Cathedral

As October began, we had a long-awaited date night in the diary which we were both so excited for; Life at Rochester Cathedral. An exhibition put on by the artist collective Luxmuralis, the cathedral was transformed into a showcase of innovative art. Through visuals and sound they immerse their audiences into their work. In this… Continue reading Life at Rochester Cathedral

Shadow of Night, Deborah Harkness

The second in the All Souls Trilogy, Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness is a great follow-up from A Discovery of Witches. It picks up where the first book finished, with Matthew and Diana travelling back to Elizabethan London in search for the alchemical manuscript Ashmole 782 but they're also in search of a teacher… Continue reading Shadow of Night, Deborah Harkness

BBB: The Book-Buying-Ban

I have heard of the concept of a book-buying ban before but never really thought about doing one myself or what it would entail. It weren't until my recent book-splurge and ultimately trying to find room for all my buys, that I started to realise how many books that are still unread on my shelves.… Continue reading BBB: The Book-Buying-Ban

Photo Diary: York

Whilst away in September, we took a day trip down to York. Like Whitby, I have been here before however once again I was in a wheelchair and unable to really enjoy the shops and experience everything fully. A lot of York is similar to Canterbury; so much is historic so it's not the most… Continue reading Photo Diary: York

Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter – Vol. I

Back in October, we visited The Making of Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio Tour yet again but this time it was slightly different. I wanted to go for my birthday; to have butterbeer ice cream and see the floating pumpkins in the Great Hall for Halloween. We've been quite a few times before and for… Continue reading Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter – Vol. I

Books I’ve bought lately

Autumn is my time of the year. I seem to always see the my style of clothes in autumn, the perfect home decor items to fit my tastes and this year I have truly realised its no different with books too. Recently I have been taking more solace in my reading materials than usually and… Continue reading Books I’ve bought lately

My Favourite Yarns to Knit with

Over the past few years, I have really fallen head over heels with knitting. It was not long ago that I was working up some pumpkins for my mom and couldn't get any further with the project (lack of yarn) so got up from the sofa and grabbed another WIP from my room. My sister… Continue reading My Favourite Yarns to Knit with

Quiet Girl in a Noisy World

Quiet Girl in a Noisy World: An Introvert's Story, Debbie Tung 5 stars!!! This is a beautifully illustrated comic book showing the trials of life as an introvert. It's incredibly accurate in its portrayal of the character coming of age and settling into adulthood as an introvert. Produced by Debbie Tung, it is a based… Continue reading Quiet Girl in a Noisy World

A Day in Whitby

As the autumnal equinox neared, I took a trip to the north east of England to visit some friends for a well-deserved break and while I was at it -I was desperate to spend a day exploring Whitby. I've spent quite some time there before, including trying to explore it's cobbled lanes in my wheelchair… Continue reading A Day in Whitby

Her Majesty’s Royal Coven, Juno Dawson

Her Majesty's Royal Coven, Juno Dawson This absolutely beautiful book was a total impulse buy on a recent trip to Brick Lane but oh my, I'm so glad my impulses took over. I read this book in a day or two -I had to get it on audible so I could continuing my reading in… Continue reading Her Majesty’s Royal Coven, Juno Dawson