The White Crucifixion: A Novel About Marc Chagall by Michael Dean

There’s something about the lives of artists that are endlessly fascinating. Perhaps it’s because of their daily routines as artists that mean that the structure of their lives is so different to the average. Perhaps the fluctuating finances of creating peicemeal work seems romantic, or there’s something about the creative mind that’s so compelling. Often,…

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Accessory Of The Day: Pink Cat Earrings From Nic Love

I picked these eccentric earrings up at London Fashion Week Festival last year. They’re superfun baby pink acrylic, lasercut. And yes, they’re cats! These are a favourite accessory from London brand From Nic Love, who create glittery, delightful jewelry and accessories that are bold and fun. Since I get a lot of compliments on these,…

The Holy Dark by Kyoko M

This book was sent to me for honest review by the author, so big thank you to her for that. All opinions in this review are my own. The third book in the Black Parade series by Kyoko M, The Holy Dark sees Jordan Amador, our demon bashing Seer, facing her biggest battle yet. After…

Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld

Daisy and Violet are twin sisters who have a gift. But Daisy has changed her name to Kate, married a lovely man and had children, burying her gift and all it means to her, and gained precious normality. But when her sister makes a psychic prediction to the public about an upcoming earthquake, Kate’s life…

The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths

This book is part of a series of mysteries set in Norwich, UK, involving the work of Dr Ruth Galloway, a forensic archaeologist. In this case, some bones are found during an excavation for a restaurant, and the Ruth soon finds that rather than being of medieval date, they’re less than 10 years old. When…