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March 12, 2010

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Hello my dears, I thought you all deserved a lovely treat, after all my shocking boasting over the last few days (in case you’ve managed to escape it, my book is coming out today!! Click here to have a peek:

How about seeing a preview of the new Warner Brothers film Sandra Bullock has just won an Oscar for? It’s called Blind Side, and it doesn’t come out until 26th March – but you can have two free tickets to see it on the 16th, next Tuesday, thanks to Warner and the lovely folk at See Film First.

The film story goes like this:

Teenager Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron) is surviving on his own, virtually homeless, when he is spotted on the street by Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock). Learning that the young man is one of her daughter’s classmates, Leigh Anne insists that Michael—wearing shorts and a t-shirt in the dead of winter—come out of the cold. Without a moment’s hesitation, she invites him to stay at the Tuohy home for the night. What starts out as a gesture of kindness turns into something more as Michael becomes part of the Tuohy family despite the differences in their backgrounds.  

His new environment gives him a different set of challenges to overcome – and the Tuohy family is forced to question its own beliefs too.

Sounds like it’s got it all – a bit of drama, a bit of sport, a bit of touchy-feely changing for the better and, of course, an Oscar-worthy performance from Sandra B.

The film is on at the following locations:




Manchester Printworks









Kingston upon Thames




Muswell Hill


Camden Town

Edinburgh Wester Hailes



Hatfield Galleria


South Woodford

Southend on Sea

Surrey Quays


I’m definitely going, and I’ve printed off my tickets already, so I can tell you it’s easy-peasy. All you have to do is cut and paste this little code: 560634. Then go to the Film First website, enter the code, register, choose a cinema, print out your ticket, which admits two, and then just count out your loose change for popcorn. Simples!

Hope you enjoy it. Oh, and don’t forget to order my book  too!! How cheeky am I?

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  • Family Affairs March 12, 2010 at 4:37 am

    Yes please!! How lovely thanks for that. Lx

    • Dulwich Divorcee March 12, 2010 at 10:46 am

      Well, thanks really to the lovely people at Warner/See Film First but I’m happy to take a little curtsey x

  • exmoorjane March 12, 2010 at 5:26 am

    Ooh, and they do Exeter which is only an hour away! I know that sounds a lot but down here it’s nothing, a mere skip and a jump. Very tempting.
    And yes, shall definitely get your book…. jxxxx

    • Dulwich Divorcee March 12, 2010 at 10:46 am

      Fantastic, I was hoping there’d be a place relatively near you ….hope the journey is ok ….and thank you on the book xxx

  • Brighton Mum-Teenage Angst March 12, 2010 at 9:34 am

    Lovely lovely lovely! I do love freebies! And I see its showing in Brighton, yay! I’ve just got my tickets. Thanks very muchly…xx

    • Dulwich Divorcee March 12, 2010 at 10:47 am

      Great, hope you really enjoy it xx

  • Potty Mummy March 12, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    What – no Moscow showing? Foiled again….

    • Dulwich Divorcee March 13, 2010 at 6:33 am

      Erm, you’ve got me there, PM! any chance you could nip back for the screening in Streatham with me?!

  • Crystal Jigsaw March 12, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    This film sounds really good and I’d like see it at some stage. I’ll definitely be ordering your book – but isn’t that copy in German?

    I finished by book yesterday, hoping to find a publisher at some stage once I’ve edited it.

    CJ xx

    • Dulwich Divorcee March 13, 2010 at 6:34 am

      That’s fantastic news about finishing your book, CJ – a great moment! Hope you are celebrating.

      My book is in German – I’m hoping it’ll be a smasheroonie in German and that a UK publisher will then decide they NEED to publish it here xx

  • geekymummy March 15, 2010 at 12:35 pm

    Wish I could read German! Dumb question, did you write in in German, with the intent of publishing there first, or did you write it in English and get picked up by a German publisher? (I’m sure you write wonderfully in both languages!)