One of the scariest books I’ve read in a long time! Highly recommended if you’re into gothic and creepy stuff which is super hard to read in bed at night, eep. Check it out here. GIF by gifmaker
I’ve been revisiting the beautiful 2006 movie The Painted Veil, based on Somerset Maugham’s 1920s novel and starring Naomi Watts and Ed Norton; both visually stunning and wonderfully performed, I recommend this film if you haven’t seen it. The scenery is so breathtaking, every time I watch it I want to travel to rural China. And I really want the[read more…]
I always feel like a cliché saying The Catcher in the Rye is one of my favourite novels as a gen Xer, however I truly did love this novel when I read it at school and the several times I read it until I was around 20. I tried reading it a few years ago and while I[read more…]
I’m always heartened to see so many folks loving books as I do. Two lovely places to go in Brisbane are pictured below: The Clarence Corner Book Shop and Café in Woolloongabba; and The Annerley Community Book Shop and Neighbourhood Centre So turn off your devices and visit them for a bit if you enjoy[read more…]
So the other day I went ballistic and ordered a bunch of books from the Book Depository (I love clicking on their live feed and seeing what people all over the world are reading!). It’ll take me about 1000 years to finish them but I don’t care, I just don’t feel like myself if I[read more…]
A few years back, I shared this beautiful short film directed by Andrea Dorfman depicting a poem by Tanya Davis, which sort of changed my life. I spotted recently that an illustrated, hard cover pocket book has been released, based on the much loved poem in the short film. Video belongs to: Andrea Dorfman
I received Ann’s book, Mastering the Art of French Eating the other day. I’ve just started reading it but already it’s magical.