May was a super busy month where I saw less of my boyfriend and spent less time in my own bed than planned, but also a super fun month filled with friends, amazing food and good times. So I’m actually pretty happy that I made it through all of my planned reads. I even started…… Continue reading Reviewing my May reads
I’ve had a bad month for blogging, but not so much for April. I got through all the ones I planned and managed bonus ones too. All below, plus what I’ll be reading for May! Paper Girls, Vol. 2 – Brian K. Vaughan Probably my favourite current comic series, I’m now going to have to…… Continue reading Reviewing my April reads
My guest post for Sarah’s brilliant film blog is all about Monsters, a film I adore and the directorial debut for Gareth Edwards. Link above if you fancy a read.
A little late due to other commitments but here’s what I’ve been reading last month. It was my best month for reading of 2017! Wishful Drinking – Carrie Fisher I decided to start with something a little different, something that felt timely and by a lady I’d very much been meaning to read more on…… Continue reading Reviewing my March reads
Home is where the heart is. There’s no place like home. Home is where your loved ones are. Home is what you make it. Home can be a person. These are all things we’ve all heard, maybe even said, a thousand times. So what does home mean to you? Does it have to be restricted…… Continue reading “If you go anywhere, even paradise, you will miss your home.”
It feels like the right time to explore the other half of the name for this blog. The Foxes. It’s no secret for those who know me, that one of my true loves in life is my football team; Leicester City. Outside of my family, it’s my longest love. A hobby, a passion and a…… Continue reading For the love of the Foxes
I’ve had an idea to look at two films that compliment each other, or make good back to back watches and having just re-watched Sicario for the umpteenth time (it’s easily my most watched of the last 5 years), and Hell or High Water (shamefully my first viewing) that these films, both penned by Taylor…… Continue reading Companion pieces – Sicario and Hell or High Water