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Game of Thrones prequel book is here, but does anyone want it?

Game of Thrones prequel book is here, but does anyone want it?

Arts, culture, Entertainment, literature
Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin has just released his new book, Fire & Blood and it’s not what you’d expect. Written in cooperation with Elio García and Linda Antonsson, it follows the reign of house Targaryen and takes place 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones. https://twitter.com/GRRMspeaking/status/1064884879480037381 The wait for the latest chapter of Martin’s saga, The Winter Winds, has been as long as only the winters in Westeros can be - and it doesn’t look like it'll end anytime soon. During Thursday's interview with Stephen Colbert, the award-winning author admitted that The Winter Winds remains his top priority, even though the original release was dated for 2015. It’s quite clear by now that we’re not going to get the book this year either. Wh
Bryan Cranston confirms Breaking Bad movie is happening

Bryan Cranston confirms Breaking Bad movie is happening

Entertainment, Film & TV, TV
  With the news of a Breaking Bad movie coming out, we went to Twitter to consult with our readers on a very important topic. Are we tired of reboots, sequels and prequels yet? Even if it's as compelling a story as Breaking Bad was? How much greatness can we take before it gets boring? How does a talented producer like Vince Gilligan know when it's time to move on to another project? https://twitter.com/VoiceOfLondonUK/status/1060906042199031809 Aaron Paul has been confirmed to come back as Jesse Pinkman in the newest movie spin-off to a critically acclaimed TV drama - Breaking Bad. The original series followed a story of a high school teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who upon getting a fatal diagnosis turns towards the meth manufacturing business. This will be t...
Food and multitasking, is it healthy and  productive?

Food and multitasking, is it healthy and productive?

Featured, Food, Lifestyle, TV
Some of us love having a screen in our faces while eating, whether it is at work on your desk, or at home watching TV. Ayurvedic therapist Niti Nayee, told the Voice of London that we should eat with the TV off. In fact, all screens off. She also says that we eat the meal with a lot more mindfulness and consciousness, as it is about the energy that goes into the process of eating food. What is ayurvedic therapy? This is the oldest holistic medical system in the world. Originated in India, it promotes herbal medicine and very precise diets. Practitioners take the mind, body and soul into account. “I would rather eat a banana cake that I made - which may not be the most nutritious choice from a diet point of view, rather than a store-bought, raw, vegan banana cake. Whe
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