Music

Music | The Choir of Man (2018)

The Choir of Man (2018) In my view My music taste is diverse and most of the time I like the original artists versions more than the covers made by others. Except for a few. I like coverbands, choirs and combinations. As long as they add some depth to the original music, give it their… Continue reading Music | The Choir of Man (2018)

Blog

The Seasonal Column | Summer Summary and Autumn Preview

Welcome to Sophie's Creative and the Seasonal Column of Summer 2022! In this 'The Seasonal Column' I give you a summary of my life and the blog of the past season. This edition of summer is highlighted and I also give away already a small preview for the autumn edition on which I will reflect… Continue reading The Seasonal Column | Summer Summary and Autumn Preview

Films

Happy Feet (2006)

Happy Feet (2006) In my view... The story of Happy Feet is a very lovely story that has also an important message: climate change and the danger for the wild animals it bring around the pole circles on our planet. But the storyline focuses on a king penguin who in contrast to his other fellow… Continue reading Happy Feet (2006)

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The Seasonal Column 2022 | Spring Summary and Summer Preview

Welcome to Sophie’s Creative and the Seasonal Column of Spring 2022! In this 'The Seasonal Column' I give you a summary of my life and the blog of the past season. This edition of spring is highlighted and I also give away already a small preview for the summer edition on which I will reflect… Continue reading The Seasonal Column 2022 | Spring Summary and Summer Preview

Films

Free Guy (2021)

"Life is too short to be a background character."Free Guy Poster 2021 from IMP Awards. In my view... Last year I went to the cinema to watch this film. Not knowing what to expect, except for a good portion of fun because actor Ryan Reynolds is playing the main role of the film. The story… Continue reading Free Guy (2021)

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Happy New Year 2022!

Happy New Year 2022! I wish you a healthy and lovely New Year for 2022! Read my wishes to you and the world in this blog and my hopes for you. Loves from Sophie

Books

The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

Cover from goodreads.com My book review of 'The One Memory of Flora Banks' written by Emily Barr In my view About the story, tips, tricks and so on… reading speed, general storyline oke, assumptions, popular book or not, subject like it or not The story starts with the 17-years-old main character Flora Banks. She lives… Continue reading The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

Books

Miss Austen – Gill Hornby

Book cover from Hebban.nl My book review of 'Miss Austen' written by Gill Hornby In my view A lot has been written about Jane Austen and her works. But not so often you stumble upon a book focussing on one of her relatives: her beloved sister Cassandra Austen. Before I read this book, I did… Continue reading Miss Austen – Gill Hornby

Books

Princess in the Polder – Astrid Harrewijn

Dutch cover from astridharrewijn.nl My book review of 'Princess in the polder' written by Astrid Harrewijn In my view The story title The title of the book asks for some pré assumptions. Your assumption could be that it is about a princess. A real one like you discover more often in novels and fairytales. So… Continue reading Princess in the Polder – Astrid Harrewijn

Books

Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott | Mikki Daughtry | Tobias Iaconis

Cover from goodreads.com My book review of 'Five Feet Apart' written by Rachael Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. In my view This novel is about three young people who fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Frequently called 'CF' in the book. Cystic Fibrosis is chronic hereditary disorder that can be very life-threatening because it affects the… Continue reading Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott | Mikki Daughtry | Tobias Iaconis