The recipe for the average romantic comedy is relatively simple. Two people who meet-cute in the most magical or banal of circumstances whereby an immediate, irresistible connection is sparked, one which cannot, of course, be given into because of one major obstacle, or several, and which after some torturous will-they, Continue Reading
Book review: A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin
When you pick up a book with the invitingly whimsical title, A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting, which is set in 1818 London during the height of the Season when balls are held and marriages sealed among the English elite known as the ton, you have every right to expect there Continue Reading
What waits for us in the Night Sky?
It’s a rare thing to see a trailer for a TV/streaming series and know, pretty much immediately, that you’ll be all the poorer for it if you don’t watch it. Sure, you can be intrigued, enthralled and excited but that sense of compelling FOMO is a wonderfully uncommon occurrence, which Continue Reading