(goodreads link) So I've been re-united with my book collection after a year abroad and I've been rereading all my old favourites. Among these is Graceling by Kristin Cashore, a YA Fantasy novel set in a land where certain people are 'graced' by being extremely talented at something, like baking, hand-to-hand fighting, or even predicting the future. … Continue reading Book Review: Graceling by Kristin Cashore
I saw this clock tower from a train window and then imagined all the architecture around it. I don't usually draw buildings so it was a nice experiment. What do you think?
This is a sneaky sketch I did when I was on the train the other day. I hope the girl in question didn't mind modelling!
This week the Goodreads group's Top 5 is about your favourite children's books. My list is in no particular order, so here goes: 1. The Grumpalump by Sara Hayes This book is aimed at toddlers, whilst the rest of the books on the list I read in primary school. I just couldn't leave it … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Children’s Books
Usually I don't watch films by myself but yesterday evening I was feeling a bit under the weather so I curled up in bed and went to find a film on Netflix. In the end I chose Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris (yes I am aware of the allegations, no I don't feel qualified to … Continue reading Film Review: Midnight in Paris