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The Sunday Post #65 - 12th July 2020

The Sunday Post #65 - 12th July 2020
First of all I hope everyone is safe and well out there.  I really need to stop watching the news as its just doom and gloom.  It’s hard to stay upbeat sometimes. This week I haven’t really been up to much, my get up and go has pretty much deserted me.  Why I decided then to change my blog template is beyond me!  But I did, I found a lovely one on Creative Market  for not too much money and spent…
Five Things #4 -  Netflix Revisted

Five Things #4 - Netflix Revisted

Some of my favourite posts to read are lists, random lists, book lists, lists of favourite chocolates or scary films, you get the idea. Each week I'm going to pick a topic/book/film/thing and list five things about i…
Book Blogger Hop - July 10th-16th

Book Blogger Hop - July 10th-16th

Hosted by Coffee Addicted Writer Each week the hop will start on a Friday and end the following Thursday. There will be a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. The hop's purpose is to give bloggers a chanc…
Review - The Only Gaijin in the Village by Iain Maloney

Review - The Only Gaijin in the Village by Iain Maloney

In 2016 Scottish writer Iain Maloney and his Japanese wife Minori moved to a village in rural Japan. This is the story of his attempt to fit in, be accepted and fulfil his duties as a member of the community, despite be…
I've been watching....#10 - Fire Saga, The Story of Eurovision

I've been watching....#10 - Fire Saga, The Story of Eurovision

In all honesty I had avoided watching this film but yesterday curiosity got the better of me and I caved in.  Oh my god, what a treat for the senses! So just in case its not obvious this film does take the piss a littl…
Review - My Riot by Rick Spears and Emmett Helen

Review - My Riot by Rick Spears and Emmett Helen

Set in the early '90s,  My Riot  is about a trio of teen girls team up to form a rock band and shake off society's expectations of what it means to be a young woman coming of age in the modern world. 1991—Val, a te…
Review - The Bone Jar by SW Kane

Review - The Bone Jar by SW Kane

Two murders. An abandoned asylum. Will a mysterious former patient help untangle the dark truth? The body of an elderly woman has been found in the bowels of a derelict asylum on the banks of the Thames. As Detective Lew…