Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ – Season 1 review.

By Mollie Campbell     Genre: Drama, Comedy, Coming-of-age Created by: Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher Cast: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Darren Barnet, Ramona Young, Lee Rodriguez Rating: 9/10 **Contains Spoilers   Never Have I Ever is a fresh new drama disguised as a comedy, it is funny, relatable and plunges far deeper into the pool ofContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ – Season 1 review.”

Netflix’s ‘Dead to Me’ – Season 1 Review.

By Mollie Campbell. Show: Dead to Me Network: Netflix Genre: Dark comedy, Drama, Thriller Cast: Christine Applegate, Linda Cardellini, James Marsden. Rating: 9/10   This show seems like such a coincidence to me, because it has been released during a time in which I am really delving into the concept of grief, its effects, theContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘Dead to Me’ – Season 1 Review.”

‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ – book review.

By Mollie Campbell. Contains Spoilers Book: Nine Perfect Strangers Author: Liane Moriarty Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller Rating: 9 ½ out of 10.   Nine Perfect Strangers, where do I begin? As a fan of Liane Moriarty’s ‘Big Little Lies’, I was immediately attracted to this book. Whilst the blurb was short and concise, I wasContinue reading “‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ – book review.”

The dangers of stereotyping Grief, and the effect it has on people who are suffering through it.

By Mollie Campbell This article is an account of some of my experiences with grief, the way in which the world navigates through the waters surrounding grief and how it impacts us. In the 21st century, from a young age, children are told that they can be whoever they want to be. We encourage individuality,Continue reading “The dangers of stereotyping Grief, and the effect it has on people who are suffering through it.”

‘Turning for Home’ – book review.

Author: Barney Norris Genre:  Contemporary fiction, family, loss Rating: 7/10 “Things rise up and claim you, and mark you for greatness or mark you for tragedy, and the route of your life is mapped by forces entirely beyond you”. Turning for Home is written in the format of two different perspectives, with each chapter belongingContinue reading “‘Turning for Home’ – book review.”

The Importance of putting your Mental Health before Social Media.

By Mollie Campbell   Have you ever scrolled through endless pages on Social Media apps for a longer amount of time than you would care to admit, and end up feeling like your happiness or emotion has been drained out of you? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. In fact, a statisticContinue reading “The Importance of putting your Mental Health before Social Media.”

Netflix’s ‘After Life’ – Season 1 Review

By Mollie Campbell Genre: Dark-Comedy, Drama Cast: Ricky Gervais, David Bradley, Penelope Wilton, Ashley Jensen, Tom Basden Rating: 9/10 As someone who has experienced the turmoil that is grief first-hand, on multiple occasions, I am naturally very defensive when it comes to representations of grief in Movies and TV shows, the writers always seem toContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘After Life’ – Season 1 Review”