I know that I say this at the end of every single month but holy hell this month went so fast and it’s almost the end of the year?! How though?! I don’t understand where the entire year has gone, it’s gone too fast for its own good. October was a pretty good month though so here’s a quick rundown of everything I got up to!
Holy crap only 2 more books to go!
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TV SERIES / SEASON 1 / NETFLIX
With Halloween just around the corner I thought it was about time to get my spoop on and start getting into the festive spirit. As everyone has been raving about The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix, I thought I would give it a go and see what all the fuss was about.
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Film / UK Release: 7th September 2018
Earlier this year I read and reviewed The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a book which I adored. I spoke about how much the book resonated with me on such a deep level, so when I found out that the film would be released just a few months later I was over the moon. And let me tell you, the film adaptation does not disappoint. In fact, it far surpassed any expectations I had and touched me to my core.
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I introduced my ‘What’s on the Box‘ feature back in April in the hopes that it would encourage me to watch more television. Whilst this might seem like a little bit of a weird one for all of you who fall into deep Netflix holes, I am almost the complete opposite. It is rare that I watch TV even once a week – even if it’s something I really want to watch! Sadly, my little trick doesn’t seem to have worked as I have only ever officially done precisely two WOTB features but I want to bring it back! As I’m still watching much TV I thought I would open it up to video games too, as that’s usually what I’m doing when I’m not reading and there are so many cool games I’d love to talk about with you all!
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