Monthly Archives: July 2013

Day delivers a less pacy second instalment in Crossfire #2

Reflected in You by Sylvia Day My rating: 3 of 5 stars I had been totally swept away by Sylvia Day’s first instalment of the Crossfire series, loved the story of Eva and Gideon and their torrid an passionate love … Continue reading

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Blake continue to struggle for Il Divo’s crown

I’ve been a big fan of Blake – owning both their previous albums and enjoying their crossover style which they do really nicely and in a way that feels different from their contemporaries like Il Divo because theres sometimes a … Continue reading

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Those naughty puppets on Avenue Q

I am a huge fan of all musicals and regularly look for new album releases to purchase even although I don’t have the finances to get to the theatre as often as I’d like. I’ve purchased a few scores recently, … Continue reading

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Matthew Morrison leaves behind Broadway for sultry tones

Yes we’ve all come to know and love Matthew Morrison for his role in Glee but to be fair he’s been working tirelessly on broadway for many many years so proving his vocal talent is something he’s never needed to … Continue reading

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The best Christmas movie ever

We watched this film a few years ago now as a family and just fell in love with it’s heartwarming and funny story of Buddy the elf who find out he is in fact human and so heads off to … Continue reading

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Picoult’s touching novel didn’t translate well to the big screen

This was the first Jodi Picoult book I read and remains to this day my favourite so I was really excited to watch the film adaptation but to be honest it left me dissapointed and underwhelmed. It started really well … Continue reading

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Tom Hardy reinvents Heathcliff

I have seen several adaptations of Bronte’s most famous novel in the past and have also read the novel some years ago. I missed this when it was on television – don’t think ITV publicised it highly enough – but … Continue reading

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