Saturday, 22 September 2018

Episode #004 | Love Letters: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before review

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(0:00) On your way to work? Doing a spring clean? Or maybe you’re just chilling at home with a cup of coffee. Whatever you’re doing, however you find yourself here, welcome to Rants and Reviews. In this episode we dive into the details of the Young Adult novel, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, by Jenny Han, and discuss whether the 2018 Netflix movie adaptation lived up to expectations. Spoiler warning: we do talk in detail about both the book and the movie, so if you aren’t familiar with the story but are planning to read or watch it in the future, this might not be the episode for you. If you’re not fussed, stay tuned!

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Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Four Fictional Worlds I'd Love To Visit

four fictional worlds from books I would like to visit. The Wizarding World from Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, Elsewhere, and The Oasis from Ready Player One.- Funko Pops and The Art of Harry Potter flatlay

One of the things I love most about books is immersing myself into a new world and forgetting about real life for a moment. Even though some of these new worlds have side effects (hello Voldemort) I would love to visit them properly one day. I know that's impossible but hey we can dream right? Here's a few I'd love to visit first: 
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Saturday, 15 September 2018

Forget being flustered: How a daily routine works for me

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Some people laugh when I say I'm in bed by ten every 'school' night, but the same people also don't understand how I'm so chill and organised under deadline pressure and other similar stresses. The tip, my dears, is routine. Well actually it's knowing what your body likes, and mine likes routine.

One of my most hated things is being rushed. I don't like being rushed at all and if you tell me we're going out at 9 when it's already 8.30 without any previous warning all things go downhill and my mood instantly switches. I'm flustered and annoyed and usually end up in tears or poking myself in the eye with my mascara wand also resulting in tears. But that doesn't mean I can't handle stressful situations and big deadlines.

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Saturday, 8 September 2018

Episode #003 | Potter Podcast: Let’s talk Harry Potter favourites

Lettering of Potter Podcast: Episode three of our podcast Rants and Reviews - all about Harry Potter and the Wizarding World



(0:00) Welcome, Muggles to Rants and Reviews; boy do we have a great episode in store for you. We’re discussing one of our favourite book universes, Harry Potter and the Wizarding world. Stick around to learn about all our houses, wands, favourite characters and places; all of the basics, and don’t worry, we do plan on going into more detail in future episodes. But until then, we’re gonna get ourselves to Hogwarts where everyone is magi-cool.

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Saturday, 1 September 2018

Episode #002: Quickfire Questions: We answer a book tag!

Grab a cuppa, shut up, and sit down. Welcome to Rants and Reviews, a seasonal podcast in which Anjali and Sophie chat about all things books.

In this week’s episode, we ask each other 19 bookish questions so you get to know us a little better. Shout out to Buydebook’s book tag on the Readaholic’s discussion feed on Goodreads for these great questions.
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Episode #001: Favourite Fiction - Our top 3 favourite books



(00:00) Grab yourself a cup of tea, or whatever you prefer to drink, and settle down, coz you’re in for a treat. Welcome to the first episode of Rants of Reviews, a book-lovers podcast.

Your hosts are Sophie, designer by day and blogger by night, writing over at Sofilly.com; and Anjali, a self-proclaimed social media overlord at a local library, and blogger at ThisSplendidShambles.com.

In this episode, you’ll get to know us a bit better as we talk about our top three favourite books.

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