In which I talk about the non-bookish things I’ve been doing in the last few months...
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie: donmarwarehouse.com/production/6723/the-prime-of-miss-jean-brodie/
The Cursed Child: harrypottertheplay.com/
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Incredibles 2: imdb.com/title/tt3606756/
Ant Man and the Wasp: imdb.com/title/tt5095030/
When Marnie Was There: imdb.com/title/tt3398268/
Up On Poppy Hill: imdb.com/title/tt1798188/
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: imdb.com/title/tt1289403/
---Other Stuff Mentioned---
Howarth, Bronte Parsonage: youtube.com/watch?v=5cfdr--UwKM
Lake District: youtube.com/watch?v=BBjy2WCTRkI
Holiday in Italy: youtube.com/watch?v=vMdlIfRrpjY
My website: katielumsden.co.uk
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Email: [email protected]
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With cinnamon, please
I'm glad you enjoyed the Cursed Child play, and I bet it is amazing, but I really didn't like the book :( Incredibles 2 is so good! ^^ omg I also love Studio Ghibli! I need to watch Up On Poppy Hill
Sounds like you had a great summer Katie and I can't believe Travis are still going, are they still making music or just playing the old hits?
So interesting to hear your thoughts on The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society. I (shamefully) watched the film without having seen the book, so I really enjoyed the film. Totally agree though that they do make the main character a bit of a hopeless romantic who relies on men, so I think I shall have to get to the book and see the difference. Also, don't let the rejections get you down. You'll get there, and it's really exciting you're near the end of your new book! Also, yay for nanowrimo, hope you manage to get finished in time. :D
Chuck Norris drinks Texas tea.
I watched From Up On Poppy Hill within the last couple years (I think it's my only Studio Ghibli so far? Really need to rectify that.) and also enjoyed it very much.
We are just getting the dramatization of The Miniaturist here in the states and judging by that, and the incredible success of its author, since the book set off a bidding war, it appears that to be a successful writer of fiction set in some other era currently, you need to throw in some thoroughly modern attitudes and themes, then pad out the glaring anachronisms with utterly boring historical fact like the sugar trade in 17thc Holland, and of course include obligatory explicit sexual content (/snerk) Oh and never bother to solve the supposed mystery upon which the novel hinges, Not a fan as you can probably tell, LOL.
Reading related: What do you think is the best place to start with Trollope? I’m curious about reading some of his work but I’m a bit unsure as to where to start.
R u going to review the hardcopy script of HP & CC, spoilery & non-spoilery? I know some booktubers were lenient & gave it 3/5 stars whereas others were hmm scathing 1 star or so reviewers.
Do not waste yourself in rejection, nor bark against the bad, but chant the beauty of the good.
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