I have lived, in total, in five houses throughout my life. The first was the home I was born to which I lived with my parents until the terrible twos came along. I have no memories of my first home but I know it was a good place to be. My second was my childhood… Continue reading Goodbye No. 43
If you've been on Twitter recently then you will have seen myself and fellow #NorthernBookBloggers tweeting about a very exciting event which is happening tomorrow! The first Northern YA Literary Festival, which is being hosted by the University of Central Lancashire's BA in Publishing Programme along with the people at Waterstones Preston and Lancashire Libraries!… Continue reading Q&A with Lauren James ~ The Northern YA Literary Festival
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
I think for me this is probably the most unexpected of any post I could write on here but it's how I've been feeling, that's for certain. About a month ago now I started back at university embarking upon my second year of my literature degree which I completely adore, but it feels different to… Continue reading Uneducated…
Autumn is coming, the days of grey and were the leaves look as if they've been set aflame. I love Autumn, it's my favourite season and the time of year I think I enjoy most as I begin to become settled in a new routine but adventure awaits. Which is why I thought I would… Continue reading Autumn is coming…
Little over a year ago I was embarking on my own anxious wait for University and honestly nothing could prepare me to be a fresher. I remember trolling countless blogs, uni room tours and uni related video blogs on Youtube, honestly I could not get enough! As many of you know I study English Literature… Continue reading Advice for Uni Freshers!
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.