Saga by Brian Vaughan and Fiona Staples is a graphic novel that packs heaps of sexy, subversive, omg-what-is-happening-where-is-that-blood-coming-from?! punch. 5 stars all the way. Not one for the easily freaked-out this graphic novella tells the plight of two future humanoids Alana, a prison guard, from planet Landfall (modern day earth) and her husband Marko, a … Continue reading #4 Saga| A good book and a nice cup of tea
Hello again everyone! So I'm back again and I'm proud to say I'm now a graduate. Sleeping at my university library and holding down four jobs is why I have not been around much this year and I have an agreement with myself to blog twice a week. Wednesdays and Sundays are the days to … Continue reading August: Monthly Goals
Have a look back at the highlights from my 2016 so far ❤
Sometimes I find that, like most people, I have a completely rotten day and every thing in that day is doomed to be equally as god-awful. But over the years I have found so small nuggets of happy that can make even the worst days feel a tiny bit happier and I thought I'd share … Continue reading Fi’s Happy days | Little ways to love your day
Sue Townsend's final book is a testament to her literary life - recommeded for fans of Jodi Picoult and JoJo Moyes. Sue Townsend sadly passed away last year and this is my review of her final novel The Woman Who went to Bed for a Year. I will start as, I wish I could start … Continue reading #3 A good book and a nice cup of tea | The Woman Who went to Bed for a Year
Answer: Everything. EVERYTHING. I will admit I am one of those people who carry the whole world around with them in their handbag. Maybe I liked to be prepared for anything but also I'm lazy...and I like stuff. Stuff is comforting. So why not share my hoard? I know this is a very common tag … Continue reading What’s in My Uni Bag?
A post for people as nosey as me! I like to know the person behind the blog whenever I'm having a read so here's a pictorial run-down of what I've been up to lately so you can learn a bit about me. I have been a bit elusive dealing with the less fun aspects of … Continue reading Life with Fi: O Brave New World, Bill Bailey & a Jamaican Feast.
I will start by saying I read The Humans at a time I wasn't feeling very human at all. The Humans by Matt Haig took me by surprise; it grabbed me with the salient rhetoric of the alien protagonist and forced me to reevaluate some of the core beliefs underpinning my own human nature. This … Continue reading #2 A good book and a nice cup of tea | The Humans
Here on whatfifound we like books. Today I've got my first ever review for you chaps. It's on a YA novel that I'm sure a few of you have heard of... I actually found this review on the 'draft' bit of an old blog I had back on blogger back when I was 15 and … Continue reading #1 | A good book & a nice cup of tea