“The Foreign Land of the Very Wealthy – otherwise known as Manhattan’s Upper East Side – has its own rigid code of behaviour. It’s a code strictly adhered to by the Wilder-Bingham family. Emotional displays – unacceptable. Unruly behaviour – definitely not welcome. Fun – no thanks. This is Glenn Wilder-Bingham’s kingdom. A beautifully displayed impeccably edited… Continue reading According to Yes
Jane Eyre has to be one of my all time favourite novels. I first read it when I was studying for my A-levels; the course was based upon Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights, and we were encouraged to read similar literature in order to compare the style of writing, themes, characters etc. I didn’t really know what the… Continue reading Jane Eyre
By James Wyllie, Johnny Acton and David Goldblatt. “Not many of us can claim to have dipped our handkerchiefs in Charles I’s blood after his execution or to have watched Versuvius erupt. but that’s about to change…” I absolutely love this book! It takes you on a journey through time, where you get to stop off… Continue reading The Time Travel Handbook
I picked up this book by Sarah Morgan at a supermarket. I was looking for something easy to read and something with romance – I am a bit of a hopeless romantic! Once I’d read the blurb of the book I was hooked: “Great friends. Amazing Apartment. An incredible job. Paige has ticked off every… Continue reading Sleepless in Manhattan
I hope that this blog will get me back into one of my favourite pastimes; reading. Lately life has got in the way of this. I am unmotivated, lacking concentration and generally lacking oomph! By setting up this blog, I want to regain my passion and look forward to delving into another world with characters… Continue reading Oomph.