Thursday, December 17, 2009

new look

Well i am a slack bugger arent i?
Now that music fashion books photography and art has a new look, we ARE going to update EVERY week!

My rentals are giving out to me, so i do believe it's time i hop off the laptop,
Don't worry my minyons!! I WILL BE BACK!

<3 as always, M xx

Monday, December 14, 2009

Spread the Word!!

Heyo! Incase you haven't noticed, we only have four followers...
BUT, this is our challenge to you, see if you have any friends with blogger accounts and if you think they may like it, tell them to follow us! Even if they don't have an account, spread the word.

Also, can you guys *pretty please* leave a comment on an article every now and then. Its just so we know how we're going, ie; fantastic or pretty lame. I don't wanna sound bosy or anything but, sometimes things just have to be done!

xoxox K.

Things to Re-read

Hey! Now, I dont want to seem nerdish, but I have about 1 million books at home. And I cant get any new ones til I throw some "little kid" books away. So, whilst I'm cleaning my tiny library, and while waiting for my new library book to come in, I've decided to re-read. But what could I read?? Not a series (too long) but not a short novel (read too fast), but a novel I've enjoyed and is about the right length? YES!!

I've got 2 of 'em. The first "The Invisible Girl" by Laura Ruby. Great if you like a tad of fantasy, mystery and things set in the future. The Invisible Girl is great, but the story can be a bit confusing if your too young, so I think about 10+ would be excellente!
My second book to re-read is "Cat & The Stinkwater War" by Kate Saunders. Fantastic for avid readers who enjoy not exactly fantasy, but magic. To be warned again, a bit confusing for 10 and under. I must admit, I was so attatched to this book (and I don't want to give it away) that I decided to name my next cat after the cat : Miss Queenie Eatsmuch (just the Queenie bit). And the front cover is to DIE for!! The part of the cat is actually soft velvety fabric.

Do you know how many great books you've read, and should read over and over and over...? You probably have HEAPS!! It's pretty much guaranteed. Hope you enjoy reading them over this holiday season. And by the way, in the side bar, vote on our poll - it'd be awsome if you did!! *and get your key boards ready for some typing... I dont wanna give anything away... ;D*
Until next time, K.xx

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The story of a life and everything that comes after..

I am reading this book (The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold) and 3/4 of the way through, and not only am i ecstatic i found this book sitting on the bench, i am also close to wetting myself; i have discovered the movie will be released this December!!!

This book is about Susie Salmon, who was murdered at the age of 14, and she tells the story of how her family and friends change throught out the years, without her. How they experience all the things she never got to do, for her.

This book is moving and emotional, i have been teary the whole way through. I highly reccommend it!

Just a warning, the murder is extremely graphic, so i recommend it for advanced readers, and readers over the age of 13 at least.

Once again i absolutely loved this book and can not wait until the movie, almost as much as i cant wait until Kelbel and i are reunited !

Until later, our few fans,
Love as always,
M xxxx