I’m feeling so guilty. I promised to be uploading again regularly, but evidently I have neglected both my blogs for some time. I’ve recently had a eureka moment, and decided I’m going to force myself to make sure I put 100% time and efforts back into my blogs.
This means I have got 3 new series coming which include –
- What about Law series – As I am I law student I thought I’d create a series about my second passion along side reading books (going into the right profession). This series will include, crazy laws in the UK and neighbouring countries, new laws, random law facts, and some opinionated law pieces. I’ll hopefully be talking about news relation and current affairs also.
- Murder/Mystery series – This will include the most notorious killers, and pieces on unsolved murders and crimes, which could be really interesting for me as well as you, going along and finding out theories, and case facts.
- How and Why series – As I’m a serious Procrastinator I often bombard my brain with hypothetical scenarios and how and why questions, which I can go into a lot of depth with. Some will be controversial topics, whilst others will be just general why and how life questions.
I am hopefully looking to start these next week.
Happy reading 🙂
Griffiths, 40. Arrested after committing murder 3 times.
Griffiths was studying a PhD in criminology at Bradford university, when he was arrested for the murder of Susan Rushworth, Shelley Armitage and Suzanne Blamires, all bizarrely with their first name beginning with the letter ‘S’.
Griffiths was a man whom studied the work of prior criminal Valentine, to which he got his ‘inspiration’ to go on a vile killing spree. Griffiths proceeded to brag about his crimes on a website before killing his victims. His crimes were so brutal all females were reported to be dismantled in his bath, after he had knocked Suzanne unconscious.
Griffiths even went as far to have skinned his victims, and consumed them afterwards. a lot of his brutal attacks were caught on CCTV outside his flat.
The remains of Rushworth were never found.
luckily Griffiths was charged with the murder of all three women, and sentenced to life imprisonment, which a whole life order.
Author : Ransom Riggs
Rating : 10/10
I read this book a loooonnnng time ago, but only just got around to reviewing it. its quite fitting as the film is due out in the cinemas soon, which I’m so excited about!
The book itself has a great warmth to it, and is really interesting to read. The characters each take on a life of their own and develop continuously throughout. The storyline which includes Jacob shows how family secrets can effect someone’s life, but also in the long run make it better and filled with excitement!
There was never a dull moment in the book, I had to slow down the reading as I loved it that much and didn’t want it to end. The idea and creation of the book was perfect, and couldn’t recommend it enough! also everyone needs to go see the film and read the book; to witness something truly magical!
happy reading 🙂
Yikes! what a few Month it has been! I got my A-level results, which were 10X better than I anticipated and I got into university!!!! since I found out I’ve been shopping, shopping and shopping.
I’m moving out which means I have to buy everything from scratch, so its given me little time to plan and write blogs, or get my Room94 blog started fully. from the 13th of September regular updates to Inspiredbyabook will be made, from movie, book and general reviews to discussion topics.
updates to Room94 will be less regular, as I am re-launching due to been unable to commit 100% to it.
I’d appreciate if my fellow followers, could go follow room94site, in preparation for re-launch, as that will have beauty, fashion and food content.
I look forward to 100% starting back up both blogs, including the Instagram page from the 12th.
Well this happened today! I’m so happy and over the moon!
It’s the reason I’ve been shady on the reviews because I’ve spent too much time thinking I’ve failed!
Turns out, after 9 exams my main results were ABBBBCC! SOO HAPPY!
I’ve finally finished the first vampire diaries book! Which unfortunately took me ages, especially with exams. However, it got me thinking… Apart from social change and context, could you tell what year a book was written? Whether it be from the 1800’s to the 1900’s or even 2016?
I noticed as I was reading The vampire diaries it was written in 1991, 6 years before I was born! Previous to this knowledge I had done little research so thought it was written fairly recent at around 2006 onwards.
Because of my thoughts, I wondered can you tell? Especially because to me, the writing style and language is fluent and modern. Or could it just be that language is slow moving.
What are your thoughts on this? Please comment!
*review up soon*
Like last year, I’ve abandoned my blogs for exams, my Alevels. In September I’ll be going to Chester university to study LLB law (if i pass).
I’ve got LOADS of ideas for blogs, but wayyy too much catching up to do on reading, as the last 6 months has been spent on reading text books. I’ve deeply missed reading so hope to get back into it very soon!
Movie reviews will also continue so you know what to watch!
My beauty blog will also be up and running with great reviews and hauls! Much much more too.
It’s great to be back!