Archive For March 12, 2015

BROTW: Atonement by Ian McEwan

BROTW: Atonement by Ian McEwan

In keeping with the all-British theme, what better book to review than one written by a beloved British author about the British class system, the war, lies, guilt, repressed sexuality and staring Kiera Knightley of Love, Actually fame (the most British movie ever). Bonus: Benedict Cumberbatch before anyone found him hot. Or he became Sherlock Holmes.

The Great British Countryside Fashion

The Great British Countryside Fashion

Photo by Jannes Pockele Oh Deer… I know this is a different four legged  mammal of mystery from the last post but my brain went from wool to sheep to deer to Bambi’s mother to hunters to countryside and that’s how I came full circle and landed on this week’s fashion topic. I suppose just going…

Wool Country

Wool Country

Remember me telling you about the braid porn that is Vikings? Well, I am weak! I admit it. I have been trying to incorporate more braids in everyday looks and tried not to cry about my decision to chop off my hair  last year. I mean yes, it’s all cute and bouncy, but I want warrior…

BROTW : Horns by Joe Hill

BROTW : Horns by Joe Hill

Because I’m all about kismet/coincidence/serendipity/sure-why-not, I couldn’t not review this particular book for Hitchcock week. Why? Well, because of a Mr James Rollins, author, who wrote this particularly fitting blurb for the front cover: ‘A new master in the field of suspense’. Remind you of anyone?

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