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What to read and watch over Easter?

Are you after something to keep yourself / your partner / your family entertained over the long weekend? I’ve pulled together a few of my recent faves. There’s even a vaguely Easter-themed film in there!

What to watch over Easter

What to watch over Easter… All currently available on Netflix:

  • Rise of the Guardians – An absolute delight. A ‘family’ film, but plenty in there for the grownups. And Jack Frost is pretty fit for an animated 300-year-old Spirit of Winter, too.
  • God’s Own Country – It has sheep, so that’s Easter-ish, right? Gay farmer hooks up with new recruit. All the emotions.
  • Alex Strangelove – Adorable, awkward, hilarious. Lots of fun. Lots of gay. And from memory: absolutely nothing to do with Easter.
  • Schitt’s Creek – How did I go six years without watching this multiple Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy Award winning comedy series? I’m currently powering through all six seasons. I adore it. Also, gays (would you expect anything else from me at this point?).
What to read over easter

What to read over Easter… Or if you’ve already clocked Netflix after a year of Covid-19 😨 then here are a few reads (0% Easter, 100% fun):

  • The Crow Folk (The Witches of Woodville #1), Mark Stay – Funny, spooky, witchy, and absolutely charming. I was captivated from start to finish – I blogged about it here. And the second book is coming out later this year!
  • Silver in the Wood (The Greenhollow Duology #1), Emily Tesh – Magical, fantastical, suspenseful, romantic, hilarious, and charming… I was enchanted. Also, gays. And at only 112 pages, this novella won’t take you long to rip through!
  • All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries #1), Martha Wells – Murderbot is the most heartwarming, humane, prickly, sarcastic, and hilarious artificial intelligence I have come across. Keeping on the theme of novellas, this is only 155 pages – a nice manageable amount. I’ve read the first four novellas and blogged about them here.
  • Duck and Dive (Rise and Shine #1), G B Ralph – Indulge me, will you? This is my gay romantic comedy novella about coming out and failing spectacularly. Another snappy story at only 79 pages. Check it out 🥳
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