May 31, 2015

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: The Flirting Games by Stella Wilkinson

Eleanor Parkhurst is determined to get in the way of Nathaniel Naverly seducing her sweet cousin Rose. Nate has a history of treating girls badly and Ellie suspects his intentions are far from honorable. Getting Nate to switch his attention to her seemed like a good plan, but Ellie didn’t foresee that she might have to protect her own heart from his schemes as well. The game is proving a challenge. Midnight meetings, fighting or kissing, it’s all part of the fun of flirting. Set in an English boarding school, Ellie discovers that boys are more complicated than classes, and you have to play the game well or you might just get played!
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Review by Tanya

Flirting Games is the first in series of novellas that are set in a boarding school called Compass Court Boarding School. This first Novella is based on Eleanor Parkhurst, aged 14, trying to keep 16 year olds Nathaniel Naverley away from setting his sights on her older cousin Rose. Nathaniel, Nate for short, is well known for treating girls badly and Ellie does not want her cousin to be another in a line of upset girls. She intends to grab his attention away from her cousin
The book is fun to read and the characters are interesting in how different they are. I enjoyed the way that Ellie got the better of Nate by playing him at his own games and how she cared so much for her family. She is a popular girl in the school although she puts this down to the fact that her older brother Jack, who has just finished at the school, was popular and she is well known for being his sister. She is a good all-rounder although does not like participating in sports activities. She enjoys the long game of chess where you plan each move.
Nate is used to getting what he wants from the girls and when he sets his sights on a girl he gets her in the end. He finds out information about the girl from those close to her and becomes friendly with her friends. The chase is important and he seems to lose interest when he gets what he wants. Ellie is playing a difficult game against a very experienced player!
A few of the characters change and become more open as the novella increases and of course it leaves you wanting to know what happens in the following years. I enjoyed this book and will read the others when I get a chance.

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: L'Occitane and Bodyshop Giveaway

Enter this giveaway to win some wonderful L'Occitane and Bodyshop products. The winner will receive hand cream, lip gloss, lip balm, eau de toilette and  shower gel. Good luck!

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Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Breaking Up With Barrett by Katy Regnery

Breaking Up with Barrett is the first of six books about the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome English brothers who are all on the look-out for love.

(Except Alex. He's a womanizing manwhore. And maybe Stratton, because he's wicked hot, but super awkward around girls.)

Barrett English, aka "the Shark," is the fair-haired, first-born of the English brothers, and the CEO of the oldest, most prestigious investment banking firm in Philadelphia. He rules the boardroom with an iron fist, refusing to take no for an answer and always getting his way.

Emily Edwards, a first-year doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania, grew up in the gatehouse on the outskirts of Barrett's childhood estate. The daughter of his family's gardener and housekeeper, she was always looking through the window of privilege, but forced to remember her place at the very periphery of the kingdom.

When business partners suggest that a fiancee might soften Barrett's image over business dinners, he approaches Emily for the "job" of fiancee. And while love wasn't necessarily on Barrett's radar, he begins to realize that Emily always has been. But will his take-no-prisoners boardroom tactics work on the heart of the woman he loves?

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Review by Anniek
 If you are looking for a lovely laid back easy breezy 'Sunday' read, stop looking right now and download this freebie.

Barrett asks Emily to be his fake fiancée. Emily can really use the money and goes along with this 'job'. But every time that Emily and Barrett spend more time together they can't ignore the attraction that they feel towards each other.

Barrett is known as a shark in the business world. Because of his wealthy background and his tactics he is used to getting everything he wants. Only to earn Emily's love he has to soften up!

This is a beautiful story about two people who grew up together and have always been each others first and true love. Join them in this journey to find the love which has been in their hearts all along. Also remember that when you are floating down from you pink love cloud there are more books in this series. All of them can be read as stand alones but you really will not want to miss one! Download a free copy as soon as possible and enjoy this fantastic book.

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Pink and White Flower Bracelet

Enter this giveaway to win a beautiful white and pink flower bracelet made by Kawaii Craft Cottage. Good luck!

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Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Body Creams and Shower Gels Giveaway

Enter this giveaway to win these shower gels and body creams. Good luck!

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Fabulous Freebie Weekend: 5 Minute Tales Bedtime Stories

 This wonderful collection of snoozy stories is ideal for a quick read before bedtime. Meet a sheep who can't sleep, a lonely night owl and some naughty aliens who just want to play. Full of fun and adventure, these short and sweet tales are ideal to snuggle up with.

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Review by Anniek

I used the best possible person to help me review this wonderful children's book, my 20 month old son. He is showing interest in books and reading, so I wanted to find a nice book with some short stories.

My little one can't concentrate very long yet, so that's why this book is fantastic. I love the artwork, it's happy, colorful and amazing. My son grabs my kindle all the time and comes to me wanting to read this book.

I you have young children don't hesitate and get this beautiful book for free.You and most of all you child(ren) will not be disappointed. There are lots of bedtime story books available for free on Amazon and this is one of my favorites!

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Bodyshop and Brooch Giveaway

Enter this giveaway to win a beautiful flower brooch made by Kawaii Craft Cottage. Because the colors are so pretty together I've also added hand cream and lip balm from the Bodyshop. Good luck!

  I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.  

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: London Postcard Giveaway

The next freebie giveaway comes from Claires. I often buy things there and I'm giving away the free items that I've received because of this week's offer. The winner of this giveaway will receive a Postcard London bag, pouch and pocket mirror. Good luck!

  I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.  

May 30, 2015

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Blue Necklace Giveaway

This blue polymer clay necklace has been made by Happy Smile Art. I love this shop and there are plenty of wonderful pieces of jewelry for sale. Check out all the deals and the beautiful work. I'm giving away this necklace to one lucky reader of my blog. Good luck!

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Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Witch Song by Amber Argyle

 Brusenna is the last.

All the other witches have been captured, their songs stolen and twisted from harmony and growth into chaos and death. She alone must stand against an evil much older and darker than anything she could ever imagine—an evil every witch before her has failed to vanquish.

In that, Brusenna must be the first.

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Review by Anniek

I must admit that it was the cover which first pulled me in. I couldn't resist and I am glad that I didn't.

Brusenna lives with her mother in a small town. They live in a secluded area which is hidden in a forest. The town people are not really excited about them being there. The rumors say that they are witches and people blame them for the never ending draught. When Brusenna is wrongfully accused at the town market another witch comes to her rescue and asks her to bring her home to her mother.
Brusenna (or Senna ) is a bit reluctant to do so because they never bring people to their house.

Little does she know that the witch and her mother are no strangers to each other. Her mother is part of the keepers, a group of the last remaining eight witches. They have to fight the evil witch who has captured so many other witches. Her mother has to leave her alone to stand by her sisters and fight this battle.

When Senna finds out she is the last one standing she has to leave her secluded place. She is young and untrained but still she has to battle for the release of all the other witches. In her journey she finds her guardian Joshen. A young man who will stand by her and will do anything to keep her safe. Now it is up to her to succeed where so many others have failed.

I absolutely loved this story. Amber Argyle has created a beautiful magical world. I loved the fact that witches are singing instead of chanting. I couldn't put this book down and loved it till the very last page.

Grab this freebie as soon as you can and become part of Senna's quest.

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: L'Occitane Beauty Products, Bags and Samples Giveaway

Enter this giveaway to win L'Occitane beauty products, bags and samples. Good luck!

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Fabulous Freebie Weekend: It's Free!

Anniek reads a lot of freebies to find you the best ones. She downloads many of them and then makes a selection. I think it's wonderful that she does that and it's fabulous that a great story doesn't have to cost anything at all.

 Because of Anniek's enthusiasm I got the idea to dedicate an entire weekend to freebies. We're not only going to tell you about great books, but I've also done my very best to find you amazing giveaways. I went to different shops to ask for samples and items to give away on my blog. I also received extra discounts from online shops, two for the price of one, three for the price of two, etcetera. Everything I'm giving away on my blog this weekend is something I received for free. 

We're going to bring you a lot of book reviews, so you can download great free books. This weekend everything is about free things. Check my blog regularly for new giveaways and enjoy! It won't cost you anything.

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: When You're Ready by J.L. Berg

Can his love mend the pieces of her grieving heart?

Years after suffering the tragic loss of her husband, Ethan, which left her alone to raise their young daughter, Clare Murray still holds the last letter he wrote with the words "When You're Ready" written in his familiar messy handwriting, unable to break its weathered seal. Ready for what? He was her entire world, and Clare had accepted a life without him, without love. Until years later, fate brings her to an emergency room, and face to face with a stormy-eyed doctor intent on changing her mind.

Son of a billionaire, Logan Matthews has spent his life trying to make his absentee father proud. Without a family to depend on, all he's ever wanted is a place to call home. After a failed marriage, Logan believes he's unworthy of love...until he meets a woman who awakens his spirit and transforms his entire life in an instant.

But how far are Clare and Logan willing to go for love?

When their love is tested, is Clare ready to put her whole heart on the line again? Can Logan learn the true meaning of love, even if it means sacrificing his own happiness? When a second chance at love is given, Clare and Logan learn you are never truly ready until you're ready to risk it all.

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Review by Anniek:

Clare is a single mom. Not by choice but because of the tragic death of her husband. Her first love, her high school sweetheart. Ethan was her whole world. When he dies she is left alone with a young child. She has to be strong for her little girl but being alone with all the remaining memories isn't easy. When her daughter falls she has to rush to the hospital and she is in complete panic mode. Clare is covered in vomit when the gorgeous Logan steps into the exam room.

When Logan sees Clare and her daughter Maddie he feels protective of them right away. Logan has his own troubled past and has troubles with letting love in. A few days after meeting Clare and Maddie at the hospital he sees them again. He can't ignore his feelings any longer and will do what he never has done before... He will let someone in. He will open up his heart for love.
When tragedy strikes again what choice will they make? Will they stay and fight together or will they suffer through it all alone....

I will confess I shed my first tears on the very first page of this book. This story is so incredibly beautiful. It shows you that even if you have lost love it is possible to find love again. When you read this story you will open up your own heart for Logan, Clare and Maddie. I will remember this story for a very long time. Grab your free copy before it's too late!

Fabulous Freebie Weekend: Fuchsia Leather Bracelet Giveaway

I love Miraquel Accessories and that's where I got my first Fabulous Freebie giveaway. The winner of this giveaway will receive this beautiful fuchsia braided leather bracelet. Good luck!

  I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.  

Giveaway Rules

Giveaway rules

1) Please don't cheat. A lot of people have worked very hard to give you these prizes and it's not a kind thing to do. Cheating is deliberately giving the wrong information, just filling out your name when I ask for links, filling out the same link of one tweet you've sent days ago, using the link of someone else's tweet instead of your own, not doing what is required in the rafflecopters on a structural base, using an extra e-mail address to have another chance, not signing up with your name, etc. We all make mistakes and it's often easy to see if someone is honestly entering, but has done something wrong or if there's cheating involved. I don't guarantee I catch ever cheater each time, but I try to do my very best to give all the prizes to people who have entered my giveaways in an honest way.
2) The winner of each giveaway will receive an e-mail from me and I'll post the winners on my website. If you think you've won and haven't received a message, please check your spam folder.
3) I will do my best to send my prizes as quickly as possible, but sometimes it can take a few extra days (for example I need to have something made, or have to get a special way of packaging, I also have a life, etc.). Please be a little patient as I will send them and you will get what you've won.
4) If after five weeks you still haven't received your prize please contact me. I usually send things by registered mail, so I can track your prize. For some countries shipping takes longer, if you live in such a country be aware that the prize might be late. I will always use registered mail in this case, so you will get your package.
5) If I'm giving away a paperback of choice, please make sure there's a website where I can buy the book with free shipping. If the Bookdepository doesn't ship to you and you have no local Amazon or something similar you'll receive e-books.
6) My giveaways are international, anyone can enter. Please be aware of your country's customs/import restrictions, if customs will send me back my package I've spent a lot of money on shipping and you don't have a prize. If there's something in particular I should add to the box or envelope before sending something to you, please let me know.
7) Be polite, rudeness won't be tolerated. If you are rude I won't send you your prize. My blog is a happy place, it isn't for people who don't treat me with respect.
8) If your prize is being sent via a third party please also contact me if after five weeks your prize still isn't there. I can contact the person who's supposed to send it and see if something went wrong.
9) If you've e-mailed me your address you've done everything you're supposed to do get your prize. I get a lot of e-mails, I can't always send you a confirmation.
10) Send your address to my e-mail address (the one I use for prizes), not to my Facebook page, twitter or other social media. It's easy to lose information there.
11) Be supportive, your turn will come, just be patient and you will probably win a really nice prize at some point.

Review: A Tale Dark & Grimm by Adam Gidwitz

Reader: beware. Warlocks with dark spells, hunters with deadly aim, and bakers with ovens retrofitted for cooking children lurk within these pages.

But if you dare, turn the page and learn the true story of Hansel and Gretel - the story behind (and beyond) the bread crumbs, edible houses and outwitted witches.

Come on in. It may be frightening, it's certainly bloody, and it's definitely not for the faint of heart.

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 A Tale Dark & Grimm tells the story of two royal children, Hansel and Gretel. It begins with how a king manages to steal a princess. They get married and are having children. Hansel and Gretel are twins and one day their parents, the king and queen, do something terrible and unforgivable. Hansel and Gretel then leave the palace to find kinder people who will take better care of them. That is where their journey begins. They end up in strange places where houses are delicious and boys can turn into birds. The journey is tough, but so are Hansel and Gretel...

A Tale Dark and Grimm is a long fairytale about the journey of two young children who are leaving their parents. It's a story filled with blood, terrible weapons, people who eat children, sadists, etc. Which is as gruesome as a good fairytale ought to be. I loved this fantastic fairytale, it has all the right ingredients. There are people who behave like monsters and some fabulous tricks and scheming. I also liked the clever comments about fairytales in general, the main characters, decision making, etc., they are hilarious. I love a good fairytale and liked this book a lot, it's definitely entertaining and enjoyable.

May 29, 2015

Tanya Loves: Crabtree & Evelyn Somerset Meadow Ultra-moisturising Hand Therapy

Suze asked me to try this Crabtree & Evelyn Somerset Meadow ultra-moisturising hand therapy. It’s a very light flowery smell that again lasts for a while. Before I started to use this lotion my hands were very dry and my nails were in an awful condition. The cream soaks straight in and doesn’t have the greasy feel that some creams leave behind. My hands are now soft and my nails are improving at a great rate. Another good point is that a little bit of this cream goes a long way so is economical. I am a convert to this brand and I say to give it a go you will be pleased.

Giveaway: Sterling Silver Magic Topaz Pendant

Enter this giveaway to win a sterling silver magic topaz pendant made by Silver Rush Style. Good luck!

  I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.

Giveaway: Purple Flower Necklace

Enter this giveaway to win a beautiful purple flower necklace made by Kawaii Craft Cottage. Good luck!

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Suze Loves: MaterNatura Sapone Liquido

I love MaterNatura. The philosophy of the brand is to use products that are both safe for the people who are using it and for the environment. You can find more information about their values here. Because of those values I wanted to try this brand and I'm really happy I did.

I've made it my mission to blog about fabulous products that are easy to use. Soap is one of the products we need on a daily basis. If you have parched skin or eczema using a good soap is essential. As our hands are what we wash the most I think they deserve to be treated kindly. This soap is absolutely fantastic. The scent is amazing and it's gentle for the skin. My hands are easy to rinse and it lasts a long time. I love this soap and my husband is also a fan.

I like the fresh look of MaterNatura. It suits their ideals really well. The brand is both luxurious and safe which is a great combination. I'm definitely going to try more products and will keep buying the soap as I don't want to be without any more.

Suze Loves: Mindful Matters! & Giveaway

I love Mindful Matters. It's a shop filled with beautiful jewelry. 

The owner, Diane, describes her style as follows: ' unique handcrafted Earthy, Tribal, Rustic, Boho, Hippie, Ethnic & Whimsical Polymer Clay Jewelry and Mixed Metal Art Jewelry.' 

I love the great mix of materials, the handmade beads and the gorgeous colors.

Some of Diane's pieces are bold and bright while others are more sober. I love the color combinations she makes.

What I like about Diane's pieces is that she clearly has her own style, one that really works.

Everything is reasonably priced, so even if you don't have a big budget you can already buy this jewelry.

Diane finds her inspiration in geometric patterns that can be found in nature.

She started her Etsy shop in 2010 and since then she's already sold over a thousand items.

The feedback she's received is all really positive.

Diane has an interesting About page, which is both fun to read and informative.

I like that the jewelry is so versatile, but that through the distinctive style every piece still is part of one whole.

It's feminine and pretty.

It's also unique and original.

Check out this fantastic store...

...and enjoy shopping!

One very lucky reader of my blog will receive a fantastic prize:

These gorgeous Rustic Dangle Earrings will be for the winner of this giveaway. Good luck!

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Review: Carry Me Home by Lia Riley

Years ago, Tanner Green loved Sunny Letman. She was meant to be his first kiss, first love, first everything. Then their world spun upside-down and out of control.

Free-spirited Sunny doesn't do commitment. Sure, guys are great for a night or a week, but she always leaves first. That is, until professional skateboarder and town golden boy, Tanner Green, unexpectedly walks back into her life.

Despite their broken history, a fragile and undeniably electric connection still holds them together. Now Tanner has to convince Sunny that even though love isn't always perfect, it's worth sticking around for...

This stand alone novella is part of the Off the Map series.

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Tanner and Sunny have a history. Their mothers had a brief relationship before Sunny's mother married a horrible man. Because of that when they were thirteen years old Sunny and Tanner spent a lot of time together. They were meant to be each other's first kiss, but something traumatic changed things between them. A few weeks later Tanner was dating the most popular girl in school and his star was rising because of his skating. 

Tanner is a professional skateboarder, but he isn't happy, because he doesn't think he deserves his career and reputation. Sunny has an art degree. She works in a health food store and in her spare time she's working on a graphic novel. Sunny likes having fun, she isn't a relationship girl at all. She likes to be in control and to be able to walk away without getting hurt. Tanner is a golden boy and he hasn't got much relationship experience. His first girlfriend died and after that he's only been with one girl and that was a stupid mistake. Sunny wants to let him know how bad he's messed up, how stupid he's been, but she doesn't count on having such strong feelings for him. She wants to walk away, but is that possible? Tanner wants her to stay, will he be able to convince her?

Carry Me Home is a great novella. I loved the Off The Map series. Sunny and Tanner are part of that, but it's just a small part, so this novella can be read as a stand alone. There's a lot of history and chemistry between Sunny and Tanner. Lia Riley always makes her sexy scenes meaningful and they're often decisive. I think it's great that Sunny and Tanner have their own story. I loved reading more about them and the story is a wonderful addition to the series.

May 28, 2015

Interview: Anna North - The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

1) Could you tell my readers a bit more about yourself?

I’m a fiction and nonfiction writer. In my life as a journalist, I write editorials for The New York Times, and also write for and edit the editorial page’s blog. I like to work on my fiction in the early mornings, before I go to work. That’s when I have the most energy, but it’s also when my mind feels clear and quiet, and I haven’t yet started thinking about the news or what’s going on in my day. When I’m not writing, I love reading, watching “Game of Thrones,” bird-watching, and yoga.


2) The Life and Death of Sophie Stark reads like a movie, the documentary about her life. It's almost like reading through a camera, was it difficult to create this effect?

Thanks, that’s really flattering! From the beginning I was thinking about Sophie’s legacy, about what people would say about her when she was gone. And so even when I was writing about Sophie’s early life, or her first big love, I was sort of thinking about her posthumously, in a way, about how she’d be remembered. I think Sophie, after a certain point in her life, thinks of herself this way too.

3) Sophie isn't very likeable, but everyone loves her and it's very natural. It's a contradiction which works very well, her character seems to be made of contradictions. Is that a coincidence or have you planned it this way? It's like coexisting contradictions are the base of the novel: movie-book, dislike-admiration/love, breakable-strong, building a relationship-destruction, etc.

I definitely thought of Sophie as being composed of contradictions. I wanted some people to be drawn to her, even though she doesn’t understand people very well (though she may understand more than she lets on). I think all the other contradictions may have flowed from Sophie’s contradictory nature — I wanted her to be this mystery at the center of the book, and everything else kind of came from that.

4) It's almost as if Sophie is someone who really exists (is this because the book reads like a movie or is it a coincidence?). Was it like that for you when you were writing about her? How did/do you see your main character?

I had a sense of her physically very early on in the writing process. I had some models in mind (famous people, not people I know), but Sophie took on her own distinctive appearance for me very early — the hawk-like face, the big eyes. I had such a sense of her personality early on, too, despite her contradictions, that she felt like a real person to me.

5) Your novel has an unusual construction. How did you get that idea and why did you write it like that?

I made a bunch of attempts to write the novel from a single point of view. I tried it from Robbie’s point of view, and from the point of view of a character who would later sort of morph into the critic, Ben Martin. But I wasn’t really satisfied with any of them. Then I decided to try putting the novel together from all of their points of view — when I tried that, I was happy with it for the first time.

6) Unusual talent is a big theme of the novel. What's your advice for people who have a talent like that? What should they do with it?

Maybe just to understand that talent isn’t everything. Sophie always chooses her art over other people, and while that’s sometimes good for her art, I’d argue that it’s sometimes bad for it. Sophie was a fascinating character for me but she’s definitely not a model for how people should live. I definitely think artists, like anyone, need to be compassionate to the people around them. They shouldn’t assume their talent is the only important thing about them, or their lives.

7) Sophie's life hasn't been easy and she makes it even harder for herself, why does she do that, because there's no other way or because she's like that and doesn't know how to be anything else, etc.?

I think on one level, she doesn’t know how to be any other way. I don’t think Sophie knows how to be really kind to people, or to put their interests ahead of what she’s doing in her films. Sometimes, though (and yes, even my understanding of Sophie changes somewhat by the day), I think she could have learned. She has models in her life of people who are kind, and some people ask her explicitly not to do things but she does them anyway. I think Sophie has a vision for the kind of art she wants to create, the kind of artistic persona she wants to have, and the kind of artistic legacy she wants to leave. In some ways she’s driven toward these things by the kind of person she is, but she does have some choices along the way, and she always chooses the art and the legacy over what might be best for the people around her (or, sometimes, for herself).

8) The story has many dimensions and stories within stories as every time someone else is telling about Sophie it's their story that is taking over. How was it to distinguish them and to make them all equally strong?

I really let myself get lost in each person’s story when it was his or her turn to talk. I let my imagination go off on tangents, and trusted that exploring each character and his or her back story would reveal more about Sophie and advance the plot, too. Sometimes it was hard to give all the characters equal attention — I had to spend extra time with some of them, imagining things like their physical appearances, their families, and their fears.

9) If you'd have met Sophie what would you have said to her?

I think I’d say I loved her work (I imagine that I would, though of course it’s hard to imagine what her movies would be like if they were real). I wouldn’t bother to ask her any questions; I’d know she wouldn’t give me satisfying answers.
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