The thing with “favourite Weasley” is it changes between the book and the film. If we look solely at the films, then the wonderful Mrs Weasley, played by the incomparable Julie Walters. I’ve been a massive fan of her work since I saw her as the dance teacher in Billy Elliot – and I was … More Harry Potter Challenge – Day 3 – Favourite Weasley
I’M GOING TO RADIO ONE’S BIG WEEKEND AAAAAAAH. That’s excitement. Can you tell? I really am so excited; Imagine Dragons, Lana Del Rey, Katy Perry, Rag n Bone Man, Emeli Sandé, Plan B, London Grammar…I’m so keen for a day with my pals in the (fingers crossed) sunshine. I’ve got the face paint and flower … More Looking Forward
It could only be Hermione. Hermione (in both the books and the films) is strong, brave and loyal – as well as fiercely intelligent. She’s a BAMF. Where would Harry and Ron have been without her? Well, Ron might have been a bit less of an ass if he wasn’t showing off all the time, … More 30 Day Harry Potter Challenge – Favourite of the Main Trio
Hey guys! Me again, with another dang challenge…fortunately I’m starting this in advance and massively cheating by writing a truck load of posts so I don’t run out of content…tehe! I’m such a big Harry Potter fan – I first read the books (well the first 3) when I was seven years old, and … More 30 Day Harry Potter Challenge – Your House
I know. It’s Thursday. I’m late to the Mental Health Awareness Week posts. First, I had this post scheduled for Tuesday. Then for Wednesday. Then for this evening. But whatever I wanted to write was passionless, and certainly not relating to how I feel about Mental Health Awareness Week. I am glad to live … More Mental Health Awareness Week
Anyone who has ever attempted to write – whether it be poems, prose, fiction, non-fiction – knows the saying “write about what you know”. And of course, if you don’t “know” of very much, that’s going to be hugely difficult. But if you write about what you know, it’s all based on your own experiences, … More When Did Writing Become So Impersonal?
I LOVE the Bridget Jones films. Did you know it was the first trilogy of the 00s to be solely directed by a woman? And the ONLY rom-com trilogy of the new millennia? Cool facts, huh? I love Bridget herself, a clever, independent woman who is searching for love. But do you know who … More 5 Reasons Why Mark Darcy Is THE Worst