Who is TCRC?

The culture review club is the love child of myself and my bookshelf, that was born out of my desire to fill my free time and practise my reaction to adoration, for when I, myself, become a famous novelist/film maker/all the other things I want to be when I grow up.

Why, oh why?!

To give you my oh so valued opinions of course! To share with you my intellectual interpretations on books, music, film and the odd TV show. There’s no real aim, I’m just a self professed genius who wants to share my love of all things artsy (without any actual art involved).

Wow! What else can you do?

Well, readers, I can do anything. I’m an annoying all rounder, jack of all trades (and actually good at them), one of those people who always had their hand up as soon as the teacher began a question, the one you always wanted to punch in the face, and I will will delight you with my many wonders which will include: very politically incorrect views on world news and politics, hilarious stories taken from the lives of my crazy friends and insane family and much, much more…


11 Responses to About

  1. tinkadele says:

    If we reach a month without your presence I’m sending out a search party, you’ve been warned.

  2. Hi, I know I just started following you, but I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award because it is a great combo of yourself and your interests: http://artsandyouthlove.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/versatile-blogger-award-d/

  3. Hey, I found your blog via A Wordless Blogger. Your blog is intriguing; my blog is similar to yours except I’m from America! Will definitely be following you and making future comments (provided that WordPress doesn’t give me issues).

  4. allonymbooks says:

    Will be following your blog with interest. Note from your twitter account that you are principally following British culture – have you thought about dedicating some of your reading time to British indie publishing authors and then promoting them through your reviews? There is quite a gap in the reviewing market for someone to do this – see our blogs (http://wp.me/p2phbU-4w and http://wp.me/p2phbU-5K) on the topic. It would be a way to make your mark 🙂

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