good omens tv show – did it live up to my expectations?

Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett is one of my favourite books of all time. I read it when I was around 15, and honestly I haven't obsessed over a book in the same way since. I wrote (very bad) fanfiction. I made notes in my copy, and made all my friends make … Continue reading good omens tv show – did it live up to my expectations?

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30 days of pride tag

I saw this 30 days of pride tag on Ben's blog, and I knew that I had to do it! Rules Credit the original author of the tag — Ace Of Bens Make sure you copy and paste these rules and notes at the beginning of the tag. Tag as many or as few people as you’d … Continue reading 30 days of pride tag

why didn’t chaucer finish the canterbury tales? and other unfinished masterpieces

I was contacted a couple of weeks ago by Emma at Invaluable about a visual that discusses some of the most famous books, paintings, and buildings left unfinished plus the intriguing reasons as to why! Unfinished art, whether a painting, building, sculpture, or any other type, is intriguing to many. The question of whether it was … Continue reading why didn’t chaucer finish the canterbury tales? and other unfinished masterpieces

may wrap-up

Uhh, where the hell did May go? Seriously, I actually don't know how time slipped away from me like this! May was mixed for me - I've been dealing with mental and physical health stuff and working a lot. However, I also celebrated my fiancee's birthday (he's 25, I can't believe it!) and went to … Continue reading may wrap-up

a very large expanse of sea review

If you don't already know, I am currently participating in the 2019 edition of the Ramadan Readathon! It is going from May 6th and June 4th! You can follow @MuslimReadathon on Twitter and Instagram for all the updates, as well as #RamadanReadathon to share your progress throughout the month. Also, iff you're looking for recommendations of books with Muslim characters, I'd recommend this spreadsheet. I'm … Continue reading a very large expanse of sea review