It’s that time of year again! A time to snuggle up on the sofa with loved ones, grab a hot chocolate and a mince pie and watch your fave Christmas films together. We’ve done the research at Joanie HQ and rounded up our top 5 Christmas films to get you in the Christmas spirit.
Bloggers Sade from In my Sunday best and Supal from Chevrons and Eclairs took us on a festive tour around London this week. The girls got us in the festive spirit in their gorgeous christmassy Joanie outfits.
The nights are darker, hot chocolate is flowing and we are pretty much head to toe in cable knit; all we need now is a good selection of movies for Thanksgiving.
Many of us fear Friday the 13th associating it with bad luck and evil happenings. There is a term for the fear of the number 13 and a fear of Friday the 13th, ‘paraskevidekatriaphobia’ – try saying that after a cocktail! Here are a few superstitions and their surprising origins…
We’ve all been there. A wet weekend. There’s nothing that makes Joanie HQ want to snuggle up more than a rainy day. Grab an extra-large hot chocolate and enjoy some of our favourite rainy-day autumn films.
Welcome Cat Haines, otherwise known as @ladylawstudent to Joanie’s Open Book Club! We’re discussing Cat’s recommendation The Book of Lost Things this week: it’s a wonderful dark fairy tale – definitely a fairy tale for adults!
Sour Heart is a debut collection of short stories, published by the talented Jenny Zhang. Joanie HQ were delighted to be invited to An Evening with Jenny Zhang at Waterstones in celebration of this collection. At the event we were able to drag Jenny away from her busy schedule and ask her a few little questions. […]
The Brontë sisters are firm members of our book club. For a host of reasons, but mainly because they produced such forward-thinking statements about a woman’s role in society and indispensable life advice about love, marriage and friendship, from such an isolated and recluse space! In celebration, we’re giving away a selection of Brontë books!
We’ve teamed up with our pals at JUNIQE to bring you a selection of artistic and stylish goodies.
For the first (ever) edition of Joanie’s Open Book-Club. We take a look at what Joanie HQ has been reading this summer. First up, The Girls (Emma Cline).