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Industry Student
Location London, United Kingdom
Introduction Hi, I'm Laura! I love to read and write, and I am currently planning a novel, which is providing me with the most fantastic world to fall into whenever my mind wanders! A world all to myself. I also write poetry and screenplays. My other interests include astronomy and dancing. I have always loved listening to the commentary of DVDs to hear why the director/writer/actor portrayed something the way they did or used a certain technique. However, my lust for this has never been fulfilled, the interviews are always way too short, and often, ludicrously, just non-existent. Therefore, I will now be giving MY analysis instead, because the actual creators are deliberately depriving fellow nerds of this COMPLETELY NECESSARY knowledge. This blog will feature TV, film and book reviews, aswell as ethical and moral debates. If you would like me to review/debate something just let me know! Feel free to message me about anything. I am happy to give advice, discuss my work, and look at other's interpretations. We live in an ambiguous world, we should make the most of (friendly?) debate! Think of me as someone who’s trying to get somewhere in life… but just doesn’t yet know how.
Interests Reading, Writing, Astronomy, Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Dancing, History, Philosophy
Favorite Movies Harry Potter, the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Time Traveller's Wife, Pride and Prejudice, Stardust, Atonement, X-Men First Class, The Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Pirates of the Caribbean
Favorite Music Take That, Glee, Starkid
Favorite Books Pride and Prejudice, Tess of the Durbervillees, Jane Eyre, 1984, The Handmaid's Tale, Harry Potter, The Faraway Tree, The Hunger Games

You've successfully slain the dragon! How will you toast your marshmallows?

What on EARTH am I to do now? My life is ruined, the marshmellows are cold, and the dead dragon just doesn't suit the decor. Oh, but it's okay! Gas fires were invented before marshmallows, so we can toast them afterall! Phew, I was beginning to regret slaying that dragon. Now if only it would be a gent and clean itself up. Jeez, dragons are so self-centred!