Author Archives: October's Girl

Hipster Heaven: The Colours of East London

Welcome to my exploration of East London through a lens. It’s like the Colours of the Wind, but with fewer Native Americans and more graffiti! A LOT MORE graffiti. In fact, looking back through my photos of this day, I think … Continue reading

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Things That Made Me Smile #20

Hello! Boy am I glad that this week is over! It’s had some good moments, but it’s been so long! Six days of work later and I am finally free for three glorious days! I don’t intend to do a … Continue reading

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13. Still Alice by Lisa Genova

My 52 Books Challenge is finally picking up pace – this was another one-day job during the week, and I’m so glad to have finally read it! Now, before I go any further I do have a confession to make. … Continue reading

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Open Garden Squares Weekend

Warning: This post will be very flower and foliage heavy! Those with hayfever may want to have their anti-histamines at the ready! Last weekend, I joined my mum and Tony for what is slowly becoming an annual tradition for us … Continue reading

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12. The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

My book for this week is the summer hit The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins. I’m signed up to Sunny Sweet Pea’s Bloggers Book Club, but as yet have been unable to participate in the chats due to … Continue reading

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Bend It Like Beckham at The Phoenix Theatre

You know what this means…yep, it’s time for another theatre date with Anna! Last Friday evening we headed for the Phoenix Theatre to check out the West End’s latest musical offering! But not before we’d made a detour through the … Continue reading

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11. Women Warriors: Stories From The Thin Blue Line by John M. Wills

My 52 Books Challenge is slowly creeping along! I actually have two other reviews fcoming your way soon, thanks to a sudden breakthrough with speed reading, so keep an eye out for those up soon! Today, however, a slight departure … Continue reading

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