Do you ever read a sentence of a book and just roll your eyes? Not because the character has done something stupid or embarrassing, or the plot has made a weird turn, but because you've read that somewhere before?
Sadly, on April 20, 2019 we have to witness the first anniversary of Tim Berling's death roll around. It was a shock last year when one of the world's favourite DJs died, and everyone paid homage to his collection of hits that are cherished by thousands upon thousands around the globe.
The best thing about music is that it can be for any feeling, frame of mind, or spirit. If you're not feeling great, you can either decide to sink further into the despair, or turn that feeling around and rise above the way you feel. It's like magic in the way it changes you.
Bottomless brunches have been a craze that has been sweeping across the UK lately, and it's no mystery to see why. The afternoon activity offers a brunch out at a nice restaurant of your choice (well, as long as they offer it), and unlimited prosecco to go with it—a win-win.
It's officially 2019, which can only mean one thing:
Young Adult Literature is no stranger to screen adaption. With shows like Thirteen Reasons Why, The Vampire Diaries, and The 100 flooding our smaller screens, and Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, The Fault in Our Stars, and so, so, so many more blowing up our big screens, the genre has a knack for making hits for all ages.