Monthly Archive: February 2021

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Review – Hench by Natalie Zina Walschots

Hench, like The Boys, set heroes in a world where they are three dimensional, showing their wants, desires and motivations.
Anna has been at their mercy and didn’t appreciate the experience nor the repercussions. Hench is her journey on fighting backing using modern methods including data mining and social media to take them down.
Hench is engaging, entertaining and a really fun read

Groke

WOTD – Groke

Groke is a word for our times: “gaze at somebody while they’re eating in the hope that they’ll give you some of their food”. This old Scottish word needs to come back into everyday usage. I’m looking forward to doing my bit by using it soon #wordoftheday

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Single – Sunflower by Post Malone ft Swae Lee

Sunflower by Post Malone, featuring Swae Lee is a beautiful song featuring on a jam packed soundtrack full of songs that you want to hear again and again. It’s from 2018, I’m sure you’ve already heard it and if not, why not? Either way, stay where you are and watch the video here.

Loving a book to death, or when you used to!

I loved Mills and Boon as a tween/teen and avidly consumed this sub genre of romance novels on a frequent basis. So much so that they were battered beyond recognition. Now I look at that time and think, why don’t I read that genre as much now. Why are some of my old favourites out of favour?