So, I have some exciting news, I’ve just started a new job. And not just any job; my perfect job. I am now Staff Writer at History Revealed, part of Immediate Media. I’ve spent years trying to get work placements at their magazines and have even started a distance learning journalism course to improve my… Continue reading Exciting news….
I’d thought today I’d tackle a topic we’re all - especially in Britain - not great at talking about – grief. As its father’s day, it only seems apt that I talk about the loss of my own father 9 years ago. This is not a post hoping to gain sympathy but simply to put… Continue reading It’s time to talk about…grief
My recent review about the hilarious and thought-provoking Don't You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane
I recenly visited Help Bristol's Homeless in Bedminster to find out more about the amazing work they're doing.
My review of the hilarious Irish novel Oh my god, what a complete Aisling!
Don’t worry; this isn’t a winter or Christmas blog post. It just so happens that my next book review is a story that features some key moments in December, hence the photo choice. I absolutely fell in love with this book by Josie Silver. I read it every second I could on the train and… Continue reading One Day in December
Really interesting points about re-watching Friends from a modern perspective.
You’re probably aware of the fact that hit American TV show F.R.I.E.N.D.S (that took me so long to type omg) was added to Netflix at the beginning of this year. Everywhere you looked, people were shouting it from the rooftops. Netflix users were finally being graced with one of the most loved shows to ever be made. It took me a good few months to finally get around to start watching it again; just through being too busy and having too many other shows on the go. But in May, I finally did it. I committed, once again, to 10 glorious seasons of Friends (I cba with that again). And when I started watching it again, I was certainly surprised at what thoughts popped up.
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My thoughts on the increasingly more prevalent issue of homelessness and what we can do to help
Controversy surrounding the proposed changes to Bath Central library has led to the council putting plans of a shared use of the building on hold. Their original plan of relocation was met with criticism so it was decided to merge other council services with the library, without holding a public consultation. This has now… Continue reading Questions still unanswered over the fate of Bath library
My most recent book review is about The Cursed Wife; a thriller set in Elizabethan London.
My next book review on Kit de Waal's The Trick to Time, an incredibly moving story.