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Anushree Nande

Sabotaging since 10 Oct 2012

Born and brought up in Mumbai, India. An eternally optimistic and fiercely loyal Gooner Girl for life. Bachelors and Masters degrees in Creative Writing (with Media Studies) from Edge Hill University, England. Passionate about words, sports, music, tv, movies, travel and art. Columnist and editor at Football Paradise, guest writer at An Arsenal Story and contributor to other online magazines including Write Club. Anushree blogs at Lost In Translation, has two published short stories - Amazon (L'Effet De Papillon) and Female First (Open Up Your Eyes) - and is working on her first novel. (Twitter: @AnuNande).

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Books

The Best Debut Novels Throughout History

From the 1800s to the present day, these are my favourite début novels from throughout history. We’ve got Hobbits, violence, teenage awkwardness and tin men…

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Books

The 20 Best Opening Lines From Books

It’s all very well to get into a thick book with a slow burn, but the best books are the ones that grab you from the very first sentence. Here are MY favourite openers to books…

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Books

The Top 25 Best Closing Lines From Books

Some books have a slow burn, but there’s nothing wrong with that, because the ending can completely turn your world upside down, for better or worse. Here’s MY favourite closing lines…

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TV

Texas Forever Six: Why Friday Night Lights is Still the Greatest

A look at one of the most under-rated dramas out there.

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Film

Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Forget Ryan Gosling, Meet Hollywood’s Next Big Thing

The man they call JGL is fast becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Here’s all you need to know about the man they call JGL.

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Nostalgia

Jumping On The 90s Nostalgia Bandwagon

Be it in film, music or even the way we take photographs, we seem to be more nostalgic than ever. But why? Is it simply a case of jumping on a multicoloured, walkman wearing bandwagon?

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Books

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower: Book vs Movie

Whether you like to dip your foot into the pool of teenage melancholy or not, there’s no denying that The Perks Of Being A Wallflower is a classic. Here’s the pros and cons of the book vs film…

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Film

Superhero Films You Should Be Pumped For In 2013

2012 was a good year for superhero fans, with The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers providing plenty of big screen action. Can these do the same?

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Film

Everything You Need to Know About The Hobbit Movie Lore

Never read Tolkein’s books but love the The Lord of The Rings films? Slightly puzzled by the back story? Then look no further. This is a guide to the lore of The Hobbit movie and beyond… [SPOILERS]

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Examining Batman: The Conflicted Hero Of Darkness

Batman is a dark, enigmatic superhero who seems to battle as much with himself as he does evil. Here’s an in depth look at why Batman is such a conflicted superhero…

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