Wednesday, 30 April 2014

A Change on the Blog

This post will hurt my heart a lot but I feel like it has to be done... So it shall be done.

For at least throughout the whole of May, I will be posting only once or twice a week on a Friday for certain and a Wednesday when I write another one. Last week I thought I would be posting twice a week for sure but after a stressful couple of days, I feel like it would be better to be posting only once, and twice when I can. I know it's going to be gutting to not post three times a week, but I really feel like I should lessen the posts on my blog for just a while.

There are two reasons for this:

  I need to focus on my exams
  I don't want my blog to suffer

Exams are close now and I'm very nervous and they are vital in deciding what happens with me university-wise in September/October. Naturally that's slightly scary. It will hopefully be less scary if I post less, but it will equally make me feel like I have something to look forward to if I still am posting once or twice a week!

Posting once or twice a week rather than three times will hopefully ensure that my blog won't suffer quality-wise. One of my fears with blogging is creating content that I'm not as happy with as I could be. This has happened a couple of times this month and while I'm revising and sitting exams, it would suck if something I'm enjoying in between isn't up to the standard I would like it to be. I'm very busy with all sorts of things and I want my blog to be a happy place!

I am hoping that in June I will be posting twice a week for sure and then by the end of June, when exams and stress are over, I am planning on posting four times a week until after summer! This is so as I have so many ideas for posts but so little time and I'm really excited about them! As I have a stress-free summer ahead of me, posting even more throughout these couple of months will be exciting!

I just wanted to write this post so that I can document my little blogging happenings!

Boat Trips & Chilly Night Air,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

Monday, 28 April 2014


*Spoilers about McBusted's tour.*

25th April 2014

I saw McBusted at the O2 on Friday and I cannot sprinkle this sentence with enough sparkly adjectives... It was incredible!

I'd never been to the O2 before Friday and I've fallen in love. The whole atmosphere was so exciting and paired with seeing McBusted, the night was perfect!

Firstly, before McBusted came on, there were three support acts (Young Brando, VIX and The 3 Dudes) and they built the anticipation wonderfully. I was so fangirl-y when it came to the incredibly talented Vicky Jones! Her voice was so awesome and powerful! It filled the arena gorgeously! You can hear her song Bang Bang HERE!

As soon as McBusted arrived on stage, my fangirl was in her element. The night was SO fun and nostalgic and with McFly's and Busted's hits and iconic songs making my ears and eyes smile in the most excited way paired with an arena full of ecstatic people, each of the guys' obvious happiness was mirrored in all of our expressions! I really adored watching the guys and their jokes and the members of the separate bands enjoying performing the other's songs! I did too!

The staging and extra bits and bobs were so incredibly awesome, and so... McBusted. With video clips that made me grin fangirl-ily and the props (like flux capacitors, UFOs and wedding dresses) that were hilarious, the show is one that would make everyone giggle and appreciate, as usual, the talent of the guys.

I was so happy to hear McFly's songs live and McFly look, like normal, in their element on stage, singing my favourite songs that I've been in love with for so many years. McBusted's cover of I Want You Back was truly fabulous and singing along (loudly) to Busted classics like What I Go to School For, Crashed the Wedding and Year 3000 was something that felt like a dream. It was mind-blowingly awesome and made me jump around like a six year old. They played so many of my absolute favourites and the moment when Sleeping With the Light On emotionified my night was simply lovely. I felt very teary as I looked around the O2 and saw all of the pretty sparkling lights of phones and then looked back at the stage... It was fabulous.

It was such an incredible night!

Flux capacitors & UFOs,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

P.S. My post about seeing McFly at the Royal Albert Hall!

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

A Bit of Book Chatter | April

I've enjoyed April and its burst of happy weather. I've also enjoyed the three books I've accumulated!

Stoner: A Novel by John Williams

The thought of Stoner has excited me for a long time. Every time I've been in a bookshop, I've picked it up and marvelled at the sound of its excellence. It appears to be a classic that has recently got the recognition it deserves. It tells the story of William Stoner and the way English Literature changed his life (this makes me VERY happy!).

Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli

After reading Stargirl, I felt a little lost. That book (you can read my review HERE) made me incredibly dumbfounded. For the whole day afterwards it was all I spoke about and after that, I had conversations over and over again in my head about the meaning to the story and the ending. Then I found out that there is another book to do with Stargirl and I ordered it straight away. *If you haven't read Stargirl and the smallest of things can be a spoiler (I'm one of those people), maybe skip the next sentence.* It's the story of Stargirl afterwards and is made up of letters to Leo from her. I am so excited to read this.

Meet Me at the Cupcake Café by Jenny Colgan

Everything about Jenny Colgan's books make my heart happy and after buying Christmas at the Cupcake Café last year, I thought it would be perfect to read this in preparation for the read. The book is about Issy and her love and talent of making cakes. After being made redundant, she decided The Cupcake Café was her answer. I can't wait to combine two of my favourite things: reading and cake!

Have you received or bought any books this month?

Cupcakes & Cafés,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

Monday, 21 April 2014

Carrie Says | The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Carrie Says is one of my 2014 resolutions and I'm enjoying it so much! My last review for this series can be found HERE where I read and reviewed The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. Next I read The Book Thief by Markus Zusak because of THIS video.

Carrie says: "I cried... a lot whilst reading this."

This book is a written piece of art. 

Narrated by death, The Book Thief is about a girl named Liesel and her life throughout Nazi Germany including an accordion, a family, true friendships and a lot of stolen books.

This beautiful novel is written in an incredibly individual and captivating way. Not only was I in a complete trance whilst reading this book because it is narrated by death, but I adored Markus Zusak's style of writing. Alongside side notes and extra slices of reading delights, The Book Thief is very honest, sweet, but also haunting. With the novel being narrated by death (I really loved this aspect of it!), The Book Thief put a completely different spin on death and I just want to talk about it with someone for a few hours because it's left my thoughts flooded with Liesel and her story, but ultimately a character that I couldn't help but sympathise with: Death.

A perfect book = The Book Thief

Courage appears to be a pertinent theme throughout the novel. From Liesel to her best friend Rudy to her Papa and I suppose, death itself, life in Nazi Germany proves to naturally be a struggle for the characters. Yet, within these dark times, there is such lovely happiness and appreciation for the company of the characters, that this novel makes me feel warm and humbled by Markus Zusak's words!

Despite the sadness that paints parts of Liesel's past, her foster parents and Liesel live a homely life - even if Mama's intentions aren't clear at times. Along with late night reading with her Papa and accordion playing, another character is part of this little family and his and Liesel's relationship is endearing and is defined by two people helping each other. It's a relationship that I don't want to ruin but one that makes me for ever happy.

The Book Thief also has one of my favourite book friendships: Liesel and Rudy. They are childhood friends that grow up knowing each other simultaneously incredibly well and without completely knowing each other. The two of them look out for each other and make memories that make my heart smile.

There was a moment in The Book Thief that I felt like Liesel and I would get on well and it was this: "She ran the back of her hand along the first shelf, listening to the shuffle of her fingernails gliding across the spinal cord of each book." Liesel acted like me in a bookstore!

I'm so excited to pick up the next book for this series as I've loved every book so far!

Accordions & Books,

The Girl in the Moonlight. 

Friday, 18 April 2014

A Refusal of Rain

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Stuart picked up a sharp pebble and attempted to skim it across the sea. "No," he said, frustrated, feeling his cheeks redden; burning against the cold winter air. Trying again and again, Stuart knew it was no use. He just couldn't do it like his father once taught him.

The sky was clouded over, white and grey the colour of the day; coldness biting the air while the sea was calm but a ferocious shade of blue accompanied its silent hum.

It was mid January and a few days before Stuart's thirteenth birthday. His mother and sister were in the toilets after Cassie dropped ice cream down her clothes. "That's what you get for eating ice cream in minus two degrees," his mother had said. She wasn't angry though. She didn't really get angry anymore.

With one last sorry hope, he positioned himself like he remembered and threw a pebble with all of his might. He felt a tear prick his eye and looked down at his hands. "Idiot."

"Son, you need a flat angle, remember?"

His voice sent a thrill of relief through Stuart's heart and he felt himself grin.

He didn't move. He daren't move.

Despite the excitement in his gut, Stuart reminded himself that he had to impress him.

Yes, it was all coming back to him now. The Sundays where his father had unwavering patience with him as he became more and more annoyed at himself. "I just can't do it," Stuart would complain, distressed. "Son," his father would reply. "You already are." Stuart would always be confused at this point and he cursed himself for never asking what he meant by that.

He wanted to run up and hug his dad but he couldn't ruin the moment. His eyes stayed focussed on the sea and its dance. No one else was on the beach and it saddened Stuart slightly. Whenever they could, it would be where he and his dad would spend their time. Two best friends and the seaside. If only he could muster the courage to turn and make his dad chuckle; share one of their silly jokes again.

No one ever felt like laughing anymore.

A heavy weight pierced through Stuart's arm but he lifted it, brows knitted together, and prepared his flat angle. It took him a few minutes, but this time, he knew it was perfect. He closed his eyes and breathed in the sea air. "That's it, son." With those simple three words that meant everything to him, Stuart threw the pebble and it skimmed the sea seven times, his heart accompanying the staccato jumps.

Turning with no trepidation, there was also no falter in his eager smile becoming a frown. Around him, the silence deafened him and he felt too numb to cry. Despite the clouds rolling in, the sky refused to rain. Before him stood the truth; the truth that left his heart burned with chill every day.

"I can't do it anymore," Stuart whispered, a raindrop of sadness in his eye but Stuart rubbed it, not allowing it to be seen by the day; he wouldn't give it the satisfaction. "Nothing's been the same since you died, dad. I just can't do it."

Light tried with all its might to remain, but it thinned and soon lost against the deep grey that persisted. Yet, in the quiet anger Stuart felt, the clouds shouted and tears stayed in the sky. The wind that braced the beach now, whispered, "It's all in the trying, son."

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Have a fabulous day!
Seaside Air & Pebbles,
The Girl in the Moonlight.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

My Happy List

As I am writing this, it's late evening and I'm feeling all warm and fuzzy, like a hot chocolate that tastes like sparkling, smiley stars. As I am feeling this feeling, I thought I would write one of those lovely lists of lovely things that make me feel happy!

Cups of tea
The feeling of togetherness
Going to the cinema
Days in the sun
Having silly text conversations
Quilts, films and my best friend
People who make me feel like a rainbow inside
Long chats with my favourite people
Looking at photographs
Snow days!
Watching the sunset
Strawberries in summer
Hearing an album for the first time
Watching loads of episodes in a series
Everything about reading
Sky watching
♡ Cloud spotting
Giggling lots
Being in my room and writing to the sound of happy silence
The First Winter Hot Chocolate
Unexpected smiles
Feeling hopeful
Happy butterflies in my tummy
Pizza nights
Rainy days
Puffy quilts when I wake up
My blog
Everything McFly

Although there are lots more things that make me feel as fluffy as a cloud, these are what made me grin tonight. What things are on your happy list?

Giggles & Smiles,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

Monday, 14 April 2014

My Spring Soundtrack | Shirley from Wonder Canyon

Nothing can usually excite me more than beautiful, in-between weather but when one of my favorite bloggers, the lovely "The Girl in the Moonlight", invited me to guest post on her blog, I was beyond excited! We decided that it would be perfect to share our music playlist for this time of the year with one another. You can view her Spring playlist HERE
Since the weather has a direct line to my mood, I'm so glad it's finally warming up where I live because it means happier music (or at least my definition of happy music ^_^). Whether it's getting ready for work, running errands or even just relaxing after a long day, these are the songs I can count on to lift up my mood.
I want to send out a huge thank you to 'The Girl in the Moonlight' for having me on her blog. This was a lot of fun and I look forward to possibly working together again soon! Don't forget to check out her Spring soundtrack on my blog - Wonder Canyon. What's on YOUR Spring playlist? Tell us in the comments below! ♡

Friday, 11 April 2014

My 3 Favourite Sunny Nail Varnishes

I don't talk about beauty related things often on my blog, but as I love bright and pastel nail varnishes so much and spring and sunshine is here with summer on its way, I thought it would be perfect to write about my three favourite sunny nail varnishes. Although I wear bright nail varnishes all year round, I enjoy them the most in spring and summer!

♡ Barry M - Coral ♡

This colour makes my heart smile so much. Barry M's Coral is like a slightly-pinkey-orangey-red-juicy colour. It's bright and summery and I especially love wearing it when I'm going out. A while ago I had been looking for a colour just like this and was ecstatic to find it while I was shopping. The colour of this reminds me of sweets!

♡ Essie - Mint Candy Apple ♡

This colour connotes sandy beaches and beautiful blue seas in my mind. Essie's Mint Candy Apple has been with me all the way through the start of Spring as I just adore the colour. It's both a really sweet colour and really bright too! I think it will look completely awesome when warmth is with us.

♡ Barry M - Berry ♡
This is such a calming colour to me. Barry M's Berry is quite subtle but noticeable too. It's a beautiful contradiction of juicy berryness and a little slice of a sunset on your nails. It's very adorable and reminds me of Parma Violet sweets.
It should be noted that Barry M's Lemon is also one of my favourite sunny nail varnishes (I love it a LOT!) but I don't have enough left to paint my nails with and I don't feel like I'm worthy of buying a new one until a few more nail varnishes are used up!

What are your favourite nail varnishes for spring and summer time or are you one (like me) to ignore seasons and wear what you want (don't we just live on the wild side?!)?
Sunsets & Parma Violets,
The Girl in the Moonlight.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Proving Yourself

I have always thought that there are two types of proving yourself: one good and one bad. There's the really great one where you're working incredibly hard to prove you can do something awesome and then there is the one that simply sucks. The one where someone makes you stop and question who you are and whether that attribute they've decided to mock is really that bad. Although it doesn't have to be about peer pressure necessarily, it might be. In my case, I always find myself questioning who I am which frustrates me no end.

Each of my closest friends bring out something about myself that is positive in a brighter way. This is one of the reasons why they're one of my closest friends. In turn, they won't belittle me or any parts of me that aren't negative, but are individual to me. Occasionally, someone may make me feel incredibly small through pointing out one of these features in some way or taking a feature and misreading it completely, making me feel incredibly embarrassed and unsure of what to think.

Although I'm not going to physically try and prove myself and that feature to be worthy of this person, I can spend too long debating a comment and I'll have a desire to want to prove myself.

I think this sucks.

Why do people enjoy tearing a shred out of someone? This shred will encompass my thoughts for a good while and leave me feeling, not only sad, but disappointed that I've let something that really isn't a big deal get to me.

A conclusion

When it comes to the kind of proving yourself that isn't going to better yourself and is completely unnecessary, you don't have to prove yourself to anybody.

When a situation occurs that leaves me feeling incredibly gutted, my heart feels miserable and that's completely uncool on the behalf of whoever's made me feel that way. However, it is uncool that I've let it get to me. Maybe it's second nature to me but I really don't want it to be anymore. When considering these parts of me that I have no reason to be ashamed of, I'm allowed not to care.

And so I won't.

Notes & Grins,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

Monday, 7 April 2014

A Musical Chat With Simona

Not too long ago, Simona (from Sky's Book Corner) and I wrote posts about books we suggested the other should read (HERE and HERE) and as we also have a common interest in musicals we thought we would send each other questions about them to answer in a post! You can read my response to her questions HERE!

1.  In THIS post you name Les Miserables as your favourite musical. Is there a particular scene in it that you love?

There are so many scenes I love in this musical. One of them is when Eponine sings On My Own, the song is beautiful and this scene is so touching. Another I scene I’d like to mention here is the last one, when all the dead characters come back and they all sing Do You Hear The People Sing, god that’s so emotional, I have to cry every single time, it’s the Grand finale.

2. What are your top three songs from Les Mis?

This question is mean, I can’t answer that!! I’ll just do it for you lovely ;)
One My Own, Do You Hear The People Sing and At The End of the Day is at a tie with I Dreamed A Dream. (Sorry, but I had to cheat a little bit.)

3. What are your top five musical songs?

On My Own – Les Miserables
Defying Gravity – Wicked
As Long As You’re Mine – Wicked
Do You Hear The People Sing – Les Miserables
Who Will Buy – Oliver!

There are many more...
4. Are there any musicals that you haven't seen (either on film or live) and want to?

The Book of Mormon, Spring Awakening, Newsies...

The Phantom Of the Opera, Sweeney Todd and Hairspray. I’ve seen the movies, love the songs and the stories, so it’s definitely time to see them live.

5. What makes musicals awesome to you?

An awesome Musical needs a catching story, amazing music with meaningful lyrics, brilliant actors, vivid scenes and dances, plus a an adorable setting and costumes (so great in Mathilda or Wicked). The whole constellation has to fit and for me the combination of dancing, singing and acting is essential and this makes an awesome musical.
6. Out of Marius, Fiyero and Link, who would you like to go on a date with (with songs sung to you and everything!)?

Do I have to decide?
Well ok, I’d say Link. Don’t ask me why though ;)

7. What musical soundtrack would you put on to make you feel motivated?

Hairspray, no question about that!!! The songs are so vivid, sparkly and bubbly.

8. What are your top three musical songs that make you sad/emotional/cry?

Do You Hear The People Sing – Les Miserables
As Long As He Needs Me – Oliver!
Close Every Door – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

9. What musical are you most likely to cry because of?

Les Miserables, there are so many emotional scenes in this Musical.
Blood Brothers, the ending is sad, touching and moving.

10. Who's your favourite female character in a musical?

Maria in The Sound of Music. A great role, wonderful with children and she has some awesome songs to sing!

And Elphaba in Wicked! <3

11. Who's your favourite male character in a musical?

Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, such a powerful and strong role.

12. Do you have a favourite musical couple?

Oh, you're really challenging me with this questions!!! I have to say Elphaba and Fiyero <3 I love when they sing As Long As You’re Mine.

13. Who is your favourite musical actor and actress?
My favourite musical actor is Oliver Tompsett. I saw him in Wicked and I instantly fell in love with him, and his voice too. He's an amazing singer and such a talented actor. I had to buy his cd and it was definitely worth it, a lot of great songs on there.
Oh and he's gorgeous ;)
My favourite musical actress is Katharine McPhee. She has an awesome voice, is a great dancer and talented actress. I loved her in Smash and I'd love to see her in more musicals.

14. If you met someone who hadn't seen a musical before, what musical would you recommend?

Les Miserables or Wicked, because they’re brilliant!
For Kids I’d say Oliver! or Mathilda, both really great Musicals with adorable kids involved.

15. If you were in your own musical, would your main song be slow and sad or happy and upbeat?

Probably slow, sad and melancholic with lots of feelings involved. I’m a really emotional person and love expressing them in a song. There could be other happy songs in the Musical, cause I like them too.

16. If you were in your own musical, what would the perfect setting be?

A musical playing in a great city like London or New York, with a love story developing, some romantic scenes and songs, but still enough drama and rock songs, that would be perfect.

17. Who would be your dream actor to play opposite you in a musical?

That’s the hardest questions ever, let’s see I have about 5 men in mind.
The first two are my celebrity crushes Henry Cavill and Chris Hemsworth, they’re sexy and talented actors, but not sure whether they can sing and dance, so… Henry would be it otherwise, in a normal movie for sure <3
Then there is Hugh Jackman, he’s brilliant, but I guess he’s a little to old for me ;)
Then there are Oliver Tompsett, Aaron Tveit and Eddie Redmayne. I love them all <3 I guess it would be Oliver Tompsett, his voice is amazing and he is such a great actor, oh my… That was so difficult, can Aaron be the understudy please?

18. What book do you think would make a great musical?

Oh, wow…
A lot of them actually, books I love books and Musicals so much. I was just thinking about the books I’ve read recently and The Dead Wife’s Handbook by Hannah Beckerman would be interesting or I Love the 80s by Megan Crane.

Thank you to the lovely Simona again for answering my questions and for having me on her blog too! If anyone is interested in doing something like this with either of us, feel free to comment below, on Simona's post or tweet us: Simona: HERE; me: HERE.

Books & Musicals,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

P.S. I've also written about musicals before on Simona's blog HERE. 

Friday, 4 April 2014

That Nostalgic Feeling

Thirteen years ago I made the three best friends that I still have. Ten years ago, one of the most exciting times for me was lunch time with my friends. Just over seven years ago I was starting secondary school, nervous and excited for what was going to be a wonderful five year adventure. Five years ago I was finding out a lot more about the world than I previously had. Four years ago I became close to a few of my current chums. Two years ago my heart broke as I watched the world be a cruel place. A year ago all the happy moments were awesome but my life was being shadowed by something I regret allowing to get me down- though, I'm not surprised it did. A couple of months ago I celebrated my first blogging birthday and smiled at a wonderful year of blogging. Today I'm feeling nostalgic about the whole affair.

I can remember events from primary school as if they were yesterday and secondary school genuinely feels like a few days ago when, in fact, it was almost two years ago. I don't feel regretful that it is all in the past but I do miss it occasionally and sometimes I feel such a strong pang of nostalgia that I'll sit there remembering things with a smile on my face. I have such happy memories stored from secondary school and they make me feel warm and fuzzy.

I can also become nostalgic at the thought of exciting and scary things happening now and the future too.  At the moment, despite how scary life is college-wise and future-wise, I'm feeling very refreshed and happy and even though the future is daunting and causing me to panic, it's also exciting!

At the beginning of this post I remembered some wonderful moments with a few rubbishy events. There are rubbish things that happen but I'm grateful for the rainbows I witness; they make the rain bearable. I feel like I should be nostalgic all the time and then "the now" is more appreciated. It makes me think about how I'm getting older, like the people around me. My mum, for example, remembers the "little" me with happiness and will - hopefully - remember the "now" me in the future with happiness.

I can feel very nostalgic and tingly in a sad but happy way when I think of secondary school and primary school and all the times in between but that's a good thing. For you, maybe it's not. Tomorrow, it might be though.

Life is the longest thing we do, but it is short.

So I will be nostalgic all the time, but in a way that makes me live my life in the happiest fashion I can!

Lazy Friday Nights & Films,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

P.S. The lovely Isabell asked me some questions on her blog HERE!

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

The Chocolate Book Tag

I love books. I love chocolate. Chocolate Book Tag? Perfect.

Thank you Simona for tagging me in THIS post!

1. Dark chocolate: a book that covers a dark topic.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, when read, doesn't feel like the obvious choice because the novel brings so much joy and happiness to readers, but in between there is so much darkness and sadness as it covers the naturally dark topic of cancer. Yet, John Green puts his honest, raw and real spin on it. It's truly wonderful.

2. White chocolate: your favourite light hearted/humorous read.

Choosing this was incredibly tough but Is It Just Me? by Miranda Hart had me laughing in public so I think this deserves the title. From discussing music and hobbies to dating experiences, Miranda splashes her hilarious thoughts and humour throughout this book. It's a seriously funny read!

3. Milk chocolate: a book that has a lot of hype that you're dying to read.

I've seen a lot of excitement over The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion and I'm SO excited to get cracking on it. It looks wonderfully endearing and sweet!

4. Chocolate with a caramel centre: a book that made you feel all gooey in the middle whilst you were reading it.

Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher is one of those gorgeously beautiful books that makes you feel at home! There are a bunch of relationships that make me feel gooey and warm, a like to the settings and... cake! It's a book I buy people for presents a lot because I know it's a read everyone will enjoy.

5. Wafer free KitKat: name a book that has surprised you lately.

Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah is one of my absolute favourite books. It didn't surprise me in that I wasn't expecting it to be awesome (I really was expecting it to be amazing- everything about it had me hooked before reading a single page), it surprised me because I wasn't expecting the story to go the way it did. This book really opened my eyes.

6. Snickers: a book that you're going nuts about.

I love The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson by Paige Toon. It's one of those reads that causes you to grin for days afterwards. It's an awesome plot that reminded me why I need to go back to the young adult section. It's a read that makes it feel like summer, even when it's not!

7. Hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows: a book you would turn to for a comfort read.

An Offer You Can't Refuse by Jill Mansell makes me incredibly happy. Jill Mansell can make any evening feel warm and magical with her lovely words and characters and plots. An Offer You Can't Refuse makes me feel very heart-warmingly happy!

8. Box of chocolates: what series have you read that you feel has a wide variety and something for everyone?

I have to say the Harry Potter series. It's so wonderfully captivating, sweet and full of beautiful friendships and exciting battles. I plan on re-reading them all next year and I can't wait. I chose Prisoner of Azkaban as I found myself wanting to re-read this one very soon and I will do in the summer (although I will re-read it again next year!).

The challenge, should they choose to accept it is set to the following lovely bloggers:
These are a few bloggers I know for sure are book fans and due to not knowing whether a few more are or not, I didn't tag them, so anyone reading this and wanting to complete this tag are tagged by me!

Poems & Bicycles, 

The Girl in the Moonlight.

P.S. Sorry for the awful picture- the sight of the beautiful books allows for me to forgive myself!
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