The End

The end. The most satisfying words to write in your story. The rush you feel when you have finished your narrative. All of the hard work and effort placed into writing your novel is finally over. The hours spent pulling your hair out because you could not find the right word to describe how your… Continue reading The End

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Book Review: The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a short story, first published in 1892 in the New England Magazine. It is widely considered to be one of the earliest feminist works in literature because of its representation of women's mental health in the 19th Century. The story is told in the style of journal… Continue reading Book Review: The Yellow Wallpaper

Underrated Artist: Kirsty MacColl

Hello everyone! Two days in a row, how lucky you all are. Today I pose you a question, which of your idols do you feel deserves more recognition? Let me know in the comments. For me, I adore Kirsty MacColl. Her voice is another level of beautiful. Each of her songs has a captivating story… Continue reading Underrated Artist: Kirsty MacColl

Therapeutic Writing Music: Lana Del Rey

Hi everyone. Music has played a major part in my life. I love all kinds of music, from Dolly Parton to Katy Perry, Slipknot to Jimi Hendrix, Frank Sinatra to Florence and the Machine. I often take most of my inspiration from music. Nothing puts me in a more motivated mood than music. One of… Continue reading Therapeutic Writing Music: Lana Del Rey

My Favourite Instagram Accounts

Everyone loves Instagram. Creativity flows in leaps and bounds from the small little application icon on your phone. Here are ten of my¬†favourite Instagram accounts, in no particular order, who express their creativity in so many ways 100% Soft (@100soft) This creative artist based in Los Angeles creates beautifully intricate and adorable stickers and emojis… Continue reading My Favourite Instagram Accounts

Book Review: The Guest Cat

Hello everyone! Today I just thought I'd write a small review of The Guest Cat by Takashi Hiraide. The story tells of a couple living in Tokyo who begin caring for a neighbourhood cat that appears in their garden. I chose the book from a local Waterstones after falling in love with the unique cover… Continue reading Book Review: The Guest Cat

Left Handed Day

Happy left handed day my fellow devils! May you write something in pen without smudging your arm May you find a desk with the table on the left side so you can actually use it May you find a pair of scissors that work when you try to use them May you find a left… Continue reading Left Handed Day