Book Review: London Falling by Paul Cornell

Title: London Falling (Shadow Police #1) Author: Paul Cornell Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Mystery, Horror, Fiction, Crime, Paranormal Publisher: Tor Fantasy Published: February 25, 2014 Page Amount: 432 pages Goodreads Summary:The dark is rising …Detective Inspector James Quill is about to complete the drugs bust of his career. Then his prize suspect Rob Toshack is murdered in custody. Furious,…

Book Review: The Man From St. Petersburg by Ken Follett

Title: The Man From St. Petersburg Author: Ken Follett Genre: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Spy Thriller, Espionage, Fiction Publisher: Penguin Books Published: April 1, 1982 Page Amount: 324 pages Blurb From Goodreads: His name was Feliks. He came to London to commit a murder that would change history. A master manipulator, he had many weapons at his…

Visitors from Jolly Old England

Late in what seems to be a poor choice of routine, my post for last week comes up on the Wednesday of the next week. Sorry about that, yeah. But last week was exciting, overwhelming and I’m currently running on two shots of coffee right now, so forgive me if my fingers are slightly trembling…

The Streets of London

Like I said in my previous post, here’s a collection of my “street” photos in London. I absolutely love taking candid photos of street corners and buildings around cities, and London was (of course) no exception. If you’d like actual size copies of any photos – please contact me! Otherwise- scroll and enjoy.

Vampires and Dolls Under Waterloo Bridge

Like I said last week – I making it a priority to blog more and in that spirit, here I am! Back in my cold and cozy Berlin after a wild and fantastic weekend in London with my friend Rebecca! Save your grumblings, I know – I’ve been to London before and it’s not much…

Apologies and Food Photos

Dear Readers, My dearest dearest apologies for having been off the radar for over a month now. In all honesty, I am really sorry for leaving you hanging (especially since last month I was really getting into the vibe of weekly blogging). Learning how to live in Berlin takes some effort! So to prepare for…

New Years in Not-Germany

As this blog does have somewhat of a travel component… at least when I’m feeling up to describing my adventures in a way that isn’t only palatable to my friends and I, I thought it would only be appropriate to have an ‘ending of traveling abroad’ post.

30 Life London Lessons

I have yet to write about two months in London. It’s actually embarrassing. Not that I consider myself any sort of “real” blogger, but I did hope that I’d have weekly updates on London life, what I learned, how I’ve changed (and I think (hope) that I have), and a bucket load of other things….