I can't recall a time when books weren't a part of my life, a part of me. Books and stories have always been vividly implanted upon my memory that I don't think I could be able to separate myself from them anymore, they are almost like family, always been there. My Mother always tells the… Continue reading A History of Books and Me.
I wrote this piece during my first year of university and have since edited it. I wrote this in response to Jean Rhys short story 'Tea with an Artist', undertaking the portraits muse as my character. I loved writing in the narration of a prostitute and honestly maybe one day I will expand upon this little… Continue reading Wine with an Artist.
* I received this book in exchange for an honest review* **Trigger Warning: Suicide, Self Harm, Mental Illnesses** Project Semicolon By Amy Bluel Review. Format: Uncorrected proof Copy provided by publishers. Publisher: Harper Release Date: 5th September 2017 Blurb: Project Semicolon began in 2013 to spread a message of hope: No one struggling with a mental illness is… Continue reading Project Semicolon By Amy Bluel Review
I've seen quite a few of these A-Z of Me blog posts recently and I always find them really fun and interesting. Reading to see the words which compose a person, or what a person thinks to relate to themselves, it makes for interesting reading. Which is why I thought it would be really fun… Continue reading A-Z of Me.
It's strange not blogging, or even scribbling away in my notebook. But with the new years has brought with it, illness. After around a week in bed with what I thought was the flu, I finally went to the Doctors to find out not only did I have the flu but also serve tonsillitis. Not… Continue reading Ovid’s Daphne Flash Fiction
It's 3 days away before 2017 comes to a close and the beginning of 2018, at the time of writing this. I'd like to say I will miss 2017, in a way I will as it taught me so much but it's a chapter which I'm ready to close. Though this post isn't a reflection… Continue reading 2018