Hermione Flavia is a writer, cinema journalist and book reviewer, who studied movie history and film making in Australia, before attending the film school at Ealing Studios in London on a scholarship. She started covering preview screenings there, well as working in the independent film scene, winning some awards for her screenplay writing. She now lives in Canada with her partner and her cat Grimoire, and you can usually find her drawing, making things or riding horses.
On this blog, Hermione covers fashion and style, makeup and books. And a little of her daily life too. She reads voraciously, and works with publishers like Simon and Schuster, Harper Collins, Hachette and Publishers Group Canada to review and share their latest offerings. She likes literary fiction, crime, true crime, mystery, horror, some biography and non-fiction, and some YA fiction. She does have a tendency to read a little of everything, and she loves classic literature too.
Her personal style is a mix of down to earth and glamour. As a child, she grew up watching movies and loved old school glamour, stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, and Grace Kelly. She loves an old fashioned vibe. But she can also be found in a cute retro tee and jeans. As long as it’s fun and can be teamed with an over the top pair of sunglasses and a bright lipstick, it works. She used to love attending London’s Fashion week, and she’s also worked with a range of brands, from Borjois makeup to Hawes and Curtis.
She was recently published in the anthology O Relentless Death, from Chimera Projects.
She is also a co-host on the fun movie podcast The Gen X and The Millennial, where she and Damien Riley have different takes on films, based on their generation.
You can subscribe to this blog, to stay up to date on posts, or you can follow her on Instagram (@hermioneflavia) or Twitter (@cravenwild).
If you love movies, you can head to WildfireMotionPictures.com or subscribe to her movie YouTube channel, Wildfire Movies, where she talks about classic, cult and contemporary films, and a little film history too.