On Writing: Memoirs of the Craft (2000) – Stephen King

Hey There Mr Pink Ink Readers! Long time no read... I went away for a little break and I am back with some fresh ideas and a little review for ya! This time it's not a movie or a novel but a book of non-fiction written by my favorite person and it's filled with all... Continue Reading →

If Only I Could Tell You…. How disappointed I am. – by #octothorpereaderleorak

If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman My Rating: #/5Goodreads Rating: 3.96/5 Published February 21st 2019 by Orion Trigger Warning(s): Life threatening illnessMiscarriageSuicide Synopses: Audrey is fighting an incurable illness, but her greatest fear is not dying. Her greatest fear is dying while her daughters are still estranged, and her granddaughters have never been... Continue Reading →

Singin in the Rain (1952)

Hello there Mr Pink Ink Readers, It's Meg here and I'm back with another essay on one of my favorite musicals. I talk about the film, and the parts that I love, and I also give you a little history lesson on the introduction of 'sound'. I hope this makes you want to watch a... Continue Reading →

Chernobyl – HBO Series

  We've established that historical fiction is my jam. And we can’t really talk about historical fiction right now without mentioning the recently popular miniseries on HBO, Chernobyl. We all know Chernobyl, don’t we? Major disaster, radiation for thousands of years to come and an abandoned city within an exclusion zone.  However, do we really... Continue Reading →

Harold and Maude (1971)

Hi Guys and gals! For my next Pink Blot post I thought I would do something different and write about one of my absolute favorite films, the very obscure Harold and Maude. Please take note that this is NOT a film review, but rather an essay or 'think piece', and therefore there will be 'spoilers'... Continue Reading →

The Huntress and Band of Brothers

Recently I read two really awesome books that I received from Jonathan Ball Publishers centred around WWII. The one was The Tattooist of Auschwitz which really deserves all the hype it’s gotten; it’s an excellent read. One of my favourite books this year though has flown a bit under the radar on bookstagram, and that’s... Continue Reading →

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