Sophie Ranald’s ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Will Bring A Smile to Your Face [REVIEW]

Charlotte has learned one of life’s most important lessons: when life gives you limes, make margaritas. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life isn’t always a bowl of cherries. Sometimes a girl is stuck with the pits. So what’s she to do when life doesn’t turn out the way she’s hoped? Shake things up, of course! With Sorry Not Sorry, Sophie Ranald proves that life is what you make it, and sometimes a girl has to admit she’s been doing it wrong all along.

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A Holiday Turns Deadly in Chris Ewan’s ‘Dark Tides’ [REVIEW]

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On the shores of the Isle of Man, a night of fun turns into a deadly game that will change the lives of six friends forever in Chris Ewan’s Dark Tides. (Photo by dave_dubyuh, Flickr)

October 31 is Halloween in many parts of the world. But on the fog shrouded Isle of Man, another tradition is commemorated each year on that date: an old Celtic festival known as Hop-tu-Naa, complete with illuminated turnips, Manx Gaelic songs, and, at least in Chris Ewan’s Dark Tides, murder. Read more of this post