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Joanne Elliott
Stirling, University of
My name is Joanne Elliott, I'm a 22 year old History and Journalism student. I've run my own book blog for the past four years, so I'm sure you can expect lots of literature loving articles from me! I spend most of my time either reading or watching way too many movies and TV shows!
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You'll never look at your social media the same way again.

TV Review: You (Season One)

You'll never look at your social media the same way again.

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Riverdale reaches new levels of weird.

TV Review: Riverdale (Season 3, Episode 8)

Riverdale reaches new levels of weird.

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Hitting a new low.
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A bit of a let down.
Books to make the nerdiest history buffs happy.

Ten books to get your history nerd friend this Christmas

Books to make the nerdiest history buffs happy.

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The best episode of Season 3 so far.

TV Review: Riverdale (Season 3, Episode 5)

The best episode of Season 3 so far.

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Welcome to the nineties!
What they don't tell you about studying History and Journalism.

Five things I wish I'd known before starting my arts degree

What they don't tell you about studying History and Journalism.

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Riverdale is still finding its balance

TV Review: Riverdale (Season 3, Episode 3)

Riverdale is still finding its balance

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We're dancing to the jailhouse rock.

TV Review: Riverdale (Season 3, Episode 2)

We're dancing to the jailhouse rock.

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A rather subdued opening episode

TV Review: Riverdale (Season 3, Episode 1)

A rather subdued opening episode

Get your spook on with these atmospheric reads.

Celebrate the spooky season with these Halloween reads

Get your spook on with these atmospheric reads.

Read your way through Black History Month.

Ten books by black authors you need to read this month

Read your way through Black History Month.

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Started with a bang but ended with a whimper

TV Review: Bodyguard (Series One)

Started with a bang but ended with a whimper

Following on from the hit Netflix documentary, can we be so sure that dark tourism is morally wrong?

The moral wormhole of Dark Tourism

Following on from the hit Netflix documentary, can we be so sure that dark tourism is morally wrong?

Read these translated books to celebrate European day of Languages.

Ten novels to read in translation this European Day of Languages

Read these translated books to celebrate European day of Languages.

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The beloved BBC drama turns 10 today.

10 Years Of Merlin: The Best Episodes

The beloved BBC drama turns 10 today.

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