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    Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Review)

    ‘Ello, So I recently went to see Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again at the cinema and I figured why not do a review for it? If you’re wondering whether or not to go see it, I hope my review can help you decide. Summary *slight spoiler alert* As most of us are aware by now, Mamma Mia originally followed the story of Donna Sheridan (Meryl Streep), an independant hotelier, preparing for her daughter, Sophie’s (Amanda Seyfried), wedding to Sky (Dominic Cooper). Sophie has other plans and decides to try and find out whether her father was Sam (Pierce Brosnan), Bill (Stellan Skarsgård) or Harry (Colin Firth) by inviting them…

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    The Things I’m Most Grateful For

    Welcome back, Since I’m on a roll with writing at the moment, I decided I wanted to mellow a little bit and do a nice post about all the wonderful things I’m grateful for. I may not have the most glamorous life but at the moment, it’s a happy and content one. So I’m good with that! I ramble on too much – ironically – so let’s get to it. New Opportunities I was starting to get pretty concerned that I’d never get any work placements that I need to do for my 3rd year at uni. Instead of panicking, I dove in head first and started emailing different companies…

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    My August Blogging Goals

    Welcome,  Too formal? I don’t know but I’m trying to switch it up from the usual ‘ello. Anyway, I’ve never done a post about blogging goals before because I’ve never really had any. The truth is I started blogging on the pretense of having some fun with it which I do. However, I would love to get more engagement with my content. You see, it’s not easy running a blog and I do hate when people say that. It may not be the hardest job in the world but it can take a lot to write all the time when you’re getting little response. That’s why I’ve decided to lay…

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    The Breakdown by B. A. Paris (Review)

    *Spoiler Alert* Blurb That Night, The Calls, The Guilt It all start with that night in the woods. Cass Anderson didn’t stop to help the woman in the car, and now she’s dead. Ever since, silent calls have been plaguing Cass and she’s sure someone is watching her. Consumed by guilt, she’s also starting to forget things. Whether she took her pills, what her alarm code is, and if the knife in the kitchen really had blood on it. If you can’t trust yourself, who can you trust?   Review Cass Anderson isn’t much of a character… I feel her character development didn’t really take place until the last couple…