Book Reviews · Mental Health

Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

After reading Me and my Mate Jeffrey book I feel like Niall Breslin (Bressie) is a close friend of mine; that’s how open and raw it is. I also felt like I was reading my own life story. Obviously the events of my own life are worlds apart from Bressie’s but the feelings were similar.… Continue reading Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

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Book Review: Procession of the Dead

Renowned children’s author Darren Shan, offers books for grown-ups under the name Darren Dash. If you grew up with Shan, you’ll be happy to know that you can still read his books today. Procession of the Dead being on of his books aimed at older readers. I was beyond happy to stumble across a copy… Continue reading Book Review: Procession of the Dead

Bucket List · Music

The essential bucket list for alternative, rock, and emo music fans

There are a lot of bands I want to see live, but there are also a few musical places I want to see too, as well as special events. From fesitvals to a rock n’ roll cruise ship, this is the essential bucket list for rock, emo, and alternative music fans. These are musical things… Continue reading The essential bucket list for alternative, rock, and emo music fans

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The 6 books and stories tied as my favourite: My favourite books

I don’t like making lists of my favourite books, albums, songs, movies etc because they always fluctuate. Something always comes along that makes me think “Wait, this is amazing!” or I simply outgrow what I once loved. For a long time, I didn’t have a favourite book, and felt like something was missing without one.… Continue reading The 6 books and stories tied as my favourite: My favourite books

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Book Review: A Walk in the Woods

My uncle let me borrow a few Bill Bryson books because I’m interested in travel so I started with A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail. Of course the title doesn’t sound all that interesting. Nor does an entire novel about two middle aged men hiking sound exciting but that’s where… Continue reading Book Review: A Walk in the Woods

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Book Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs was a book I was eager to get my hands on and review. What Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is about: The story follows sixteen-year-old Jacob Portman, who following the death of his grandfather, is determined to find meaning in his last words. What he uncovers… Continue reading Book Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children