Himalayan Salt Rock Lamp – Levoit

Review I don’t know what it is, but lately I’ve been obsessing with different types of lamps. It started with my coworker plugging in an old lava-lamp that we all thought were dead, and watching it miraculously come to life after two hours. I couldn’t take my eyes off it. I immediately searched online for…

Review forย A Clockwork Orange

Anna reviews: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE A Clockwork Orange is a dystopian novel by Anthony Burgess published in 1962. Set in a near future English society featuring a subculture of extreme youth violence, the teenage protagonist, Alex, narrates his violent exploits and his experiences with state authorities intent on reforming him. The book is partially written…

Anatomy of A Breakup

In October of last year, I was working on all sorts of projects, big and small, as a crew member on pilots, shorts and features, and earning bigger boots as AD and Script Supervisor instead of just a PA. One of these gigs was a little one up in Beverly Hills, for a short film…

Book Review: Girl in Pieces

Review for Girl in Pieces: “It’s like reaching out for help before you fall off a cliff, except there’s no one there to catch you.” “I don’t want them to think I’m stupid, but I also don’t want to be stupid. That’s why I take the time to learn their language.” “That person I was…That…

Here comes the Boo

Dear readers – Here comes the first of many wonderful contributions from the wonderful Anna Booher. I will let her introduce herself, as no one can do it better! Stay tuned for more Booher writing in the future, as she is an avid reader, and will be doing some book reviews among many other cool…

Wizarding Must-Haves

Since it’s inception, I have subscribed to LootCrate’s ‘Wizarding World of Harry Potter’ box. It has been great so far, but this one contained an object I have wanted for sooooo long! If you areย  a hardcore fan like I am, you might have been looking for THIS: Not THIS But THIS: When I was…

Contributors

Dear Readers. I have exciting news!Having been writing this blog for several years, all be it a little too sporadically than I would prefer, I am proud of some of the different pieces so far. However, I think it is time to add some other voices, voices of inspirational, talented and interesting women that are…

Daddy’s Home 2

Around these film-festive times, everyone’s (including me) getting excited for the upcoming films this year, such as ‘Battle of the Sexes’, ‘mother!’, ‘Suburbicon’ etc. But I can’t help but get really excited for a sweet Christmas comedy, namely DADDY’S HOME 2! – The newest trailer debuted on the Ellen show, and I literally got emotional…

I don’t take it black – I’m not that cool yet.

God damn you coffee. I swore it would never got me. I would annoyingly sing at people who asked if I wanted coffee; “I don’t drink coffee I take tea my dear…” Last time I visited my sister, she remarked on me drinking coffee. ‘You said you’d never drink coffee!’ Yes yes yes. I know….

Hustlin’ in Hollywood

I’ve lived here nearly two years now, since I came here with my hubby, and we settled into our Hollywood home. We live right by the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard and so close to the Chinese theatre that as soon as you open the gates to our apartment building you can hear the…

The littlest Things

I’ve always loved this song by Lily Allen, ever since I heard her sing it live at the Brixton Academy in London years and years ago. It’s perfect. So forgive this imperfect but cute cover by me and the Superbly talented Ben Grafton and his guitar.