Anyone who has met me, or spent a little bit of time on any of my social media knows that I am a bit of fan of tattoos. I have eighteen of my own, though as my previous tattoo artist told me, if you can still keep count, you don’t have enough. I’m not done…… Continue reading Where there’s ink, there’s often a story
Ok, so August and September have been write off kinda months for me. Between two work projects going live, some family stuff and then buying/selling houses, I had incredibly limited time. So I pretty much read and slept. Subsequently I’m two months behind on reviewing what i’ve been reading so here’s the big catch up!…… Continue reading Reviewing my August & September reads
August marks a year since I really got back into reading and I have to say, I don’t know how I’d fallen out of the habit. It’s relaxing, perfect escapism and has generally made me feel better. However, I have to say I was almost defeated in July and it came down to the wire…… Continue reading Reviewing my July reads
Anthropoid came and went virtually entirely under the radar in 2016. With a fairly limited UK release, needless to say it was out and gone, lost amongst the excitement for the Autumn blockbusters and generally ignored by many. This meant I missed out on it at the cinema and had to wait patiently until finally…… Continue reading Making a case for…Anthropoid
If you follow me on any other social media, you’ll know that I am a sucker for a good film score. To be able to pick them up on my vinyl helped influence me to get my record player and I have a nice, albeit small, collection of film or television scores on vinyl. I…… Continue reading Endless List of Scores I love – #1 In the Heart of the Sea (Roque Banos)
June brought us lots of sunshine, a mini heatwave here in the UK and quite a bit of change for myself. We’re in the process of selling our flat, buying a new house and had to move into a rented place to accommodate this change. It also saw me move into a new job within…… Continue reading Reviewing my June reads
Decided to give Steller as a way of helping me get back to being create, so would be keen to follow anybody else using this, so let me know your username and I’ll give you a follow. I put up my first story on it last night, looking back at my evening spent at Canteen…… Continue reading Anybody using Steller?