October was a beautiful month, seeing the trees begin their transformations from vivid greens into fiery shades of oranges and reds. But it's not only that, the days are shorter and I find myself spending more time getting off trains in the darkness than in the light after long days of Uni. I don't mind… Continue reading October Reading Wrap Up 2017
Hope By Rhian Ivory Book Review Format: UK Paperback, 284 pages. Publisher: Firefly Release Date: 8th September 2017 Links: Waterstones, Goodreads. Rating: 4 Stars. Blurb: The summer between school and sixth-form. When Hope doesn’t get into drama college, and her friends do, all her plans fall apart. She’s struggling with anger, grief for her father and a sense that her… Continue reading Hope By Rhian Ivory Book Review
Maybe it's because I feel so lost right now that it has to be a 'Goodbye' before 'Hello' can be even introduced or mentioned. Last September I made the very first cautious steps into adulthood, venturing out like many my age into the unknown were we become solely responsible for ourselves. Back then I felt… Continue reading Goodbye, Hello.