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One of the best things to come from the hands and minds of our increasingly depressing humankind is the creation of entertainment. What would we do without it?! A whole wealth of entertainment is always within our grasp, whether it’s literature, cinema, TV, theatre, or even social media. Entertainment is everywhere, and it’s also at the centre of what Wonderfully Bookish is all about.

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BOOKS


Snippet Reviews: Books I Should Have Reviewed Already (Oops)

If you're a book blogger, you might feel my pain when I say that sometimes, Iย reallyย wish I reviewed books as soon as I finished them. There are a few books that I read ages ago but for some reason, I just didn't get around to writing reviews! I like to review...

Exploring New Genres, Part 2: My Thoughts on Graphic Novels

If you saw my blog post a couple of weeks ago about this blog hop, youโ€™ll know what todayโ€™s post is all about! But if not, Iโ€™ll quickly update you. Over the past few weeks, Iโ€™ve been arranging a blog hop with some other amazing book bloggers all about exploring a new...

FILM & TV


A Christmas Carol (Starring Simon Callow) – Review

There's nothing better to get you in the festive spirit than a good Christmas story, and A Christmas Carol is among the best. I've only really become interested in this Dickens classic in the past few years, and it all started when I listened to an audiobook...

Crazy Rich Asians – Film Review

Last month, there were two film adaptations on everyoneโ€™s lips (well, in my Twittersphere, anyway): To All The Boys Iโ€™ve Loved Before, and Crazy Rich Asians. They were both the talk of the town because of their incredible diversity. Crazy Rich Asians, based on the...

Isle of Dogs – Film Review

Okay, so... I think this is the longest time between writing my notes for a post and actually writing the bloody post. But I've turned a new leaf. I'm going to be a GOOD BLOGGER. Here's the post I wrote ages ago about a film that came out even longer ago! Wes Anderson...

THEATRE & EVENTS


A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness – Book & Play Review

I feel a bit late to the Patrick Ness party. I first discovered my love for his books at last year's YALC, where I met him and got my copy of A Monster Calls signed. I already knew how wonderful he was before I met him, mostly because of his connections with Doctor...

YALC 2018: Fun, Friends & Dinofloored!

Last year, one of my favourite weekends of the whole year was when I went to YALC (Young Adult Literature Convention). I met so many great people and I couldn't wait to go back. So when we booked our tickets for this year's YALC, it was my most anticipated weekend of...

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