Isabella Fiore

10 Mar 19
Books 2 Screen

All of the UK & US March Books to Film Releases! The Aftermath by Rhidian Brook (2014, Penguin). Adapted by Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse, and Rhidian Brook. Directed by James Kent. Starring Alexander Skarsgård, Keira Knightley, and Jason Clarke. Produced by Amusement Park Films, Fox Searchlight Pictures and Scott Free Productions. Summary: Set in postwar […]

07 Mar 19
Gold Coins

Source: Jay Taylor for Streetwise Reports   03/06/2019 Jay Taylor of J. Taylor’s Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks discusses a royalty generator company with a large number of projects in Nevada. This is a very easy and straightforward story to tell. Not only does Ely Gold Royalties Inc. (ELY:TSX.V; ELYGF:OTCQB) have 77 Nevada properties in play […]

07 Mar 19
josephmckim

Source: Jay Taylor for Streetwise Reports   03/06/2019 Jay Taylor of J. Taylor’s Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks discusses a royalty generator company with a large number of projects in Nevada. This is a very easy and straightforward story to tell. Not only does Ely Gold Royalties Inc. (ELY:TSX.V; ELYGF:OTCQB) have 77 Nevada properties in play […]

13 Feb 19
Smart Cat Press

It’s no secret that many things look way better online than in real life. But when it comes to getting a tattoo, making sure your design looks good beyond your feed is especially important — since tattoos are forever. And while tattoo artists and…

12 Feb 19
Smart Cat Press

When you’re consulting to get a tattoo, you may think that your artist will encourage you no matter what you’re dreaming up — or even why. But tattoo artists are quite aware of the signs you shouldn’t get a tattoo, and may even let you know their…

11 Feb 19
Smart Cat Press

Although they’ve become much more mainstream in recent years, tattoos are still a source of misunderstanding for plenty of people. Chances are, anyone with a semi-visible tattoo has heard a few weird comments over the years. But the artists have…

06 Dec 18
Nemesis Blog

  TBR Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly Faye Reads, where you post a title from your shelf or e-reader and find out what others think about it.     Hi Everyone, I first saw this one somebody else’s blog and thought it was a fantastic idea! This will give me endless Thursday […]

06 Dec 18
Always Need More Books

  Originally published: March 2018 Author: Cass Hunter Published by: Trapeze Genre: Science Fiction Length: 357 pages Reading dates: 1-4 December 2018 Rachel and Aidan have been married for 18 years, are very much in love and have a 15 year old daughter Chloe. Life is busy – Rachel is a brilliant high-flying scientist while […]

01 Nov 18
Kendra in Copenhagen

I am currently on my week-long break of Travel Week 2, during which I have free time to either relax or travel on my own. (I traveled to Iceland with my class on Travel Week 1.) For a long weekend this past weekend, I took a trip to Italy to visit my friend from Dickinson, […]

31 Oct 18
Things Stolen from Me

My U-haul truck was stolen from the parking lot of the Holiday Inn Express in Westley, California at 9:31pm on October 17, 2018. The truck was recovered on October 30, 2018 in San Francisco. Please be on the lookout for anyone selling this book collection, especially in the Bay Area (San Francisco and the East […]

01 Oct 18
Thread Lift

Ahh, another month down. As we say hello to October and welcome fall festivities, I am reminded to take a moment to reflect on all that I have accomplished so far. And while many people do not regard October as a month of reflection, it has always meant more to me than just being the 10th month of […]

27 Sep 18
Michigan XC Speed Ratings

During my endless browsing and scrolling on Twitter, I came across a little exchange.  JFTMichigan had released his Division 1 projections, and someone commented that Brighton will eat Plymouth’s lunch. They’re racing together this weekend, so why not delve a little deeper? I cannot find the reply (I swear it existed), but I need this […]

25 Sep 18
Celebrity Chef Ray McVinnie

What I learned about earthernware cooking vessels. One cold December many years ago, I was staying in the Catalan city of Lleida. My hotel was next door to one of those gigantic Carrefour supermarkets and as a cook I like places like that as I enjoy not only seeing what is for sale, but also […]

23 Sep 18
Jen Med's Book Reviews

Today it is my pleasure to hand the blog over to Mandie who has a blog tour review fo The After Wife by Cass Hunter. With thanks to Tracy Fenton for the invite to join the tour and to publishers Trapeze for the advance copy for review. Here is what it’s all about. About the Book […]