Pinocchio Carlo Collodi Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions 1995 Everyone knows the Disney story of Pinocchio, the cute little puppet learns right from wrong with the help of his father and a little cricket. The sweet tale changes as Pinocchio is strayed from the path and encounters a lot of obstacles before ending up inside a whale! … Continue reading Pinocchio- Carlo Collodi
Physical Andrew McMillan London: Jonathan Cape 2015 Andrew McMillan was born in South Yorkshire and now lives in Manchester. His debut collection, Physical, what I am going to talk about today, was the first poetry collection to win the The Guardian First Book Award. McMillan inspires me because he also studied English & Creative Writing (like … Continue reading Physical – Andrew McMillan
As promised an update on where I am with my writing, what I've been up to and what I want to aim to be doing in the next few months. So at the moment I am procrastinating in the library, I have hit a wall with my essay and I need a break. I literally cannot … Continue reading Update!
I'm an crazy busy at the moment with my university work! Note to everyone: third year is HARD! Anyway I am trying to find the time to squeeze everything in, but my deadlines are coming in thick and fast and for the duration between now and May, I will struggle creating a post for every … Continue reading Apologies!!!
The Collector John Fowles Vintage 2004 *SPOILERS ALERT* I really didn't expect to enjoy The Collector as much as I did. The thriller genre has always been a favourite of mine, but I found this one a very interesting read. I loved how we get the voice of the villain, we can hear what he … Continue reading The Collector Review
Its been a while guys. I would like to say that I had a chilled Christmas break... Even though it was filled with laughter and happiness, surrounded by my favourite people, it was been a bloody stressful month. FIVE assignments due within the first ten days of January. Considering I had most of them planned … Continue reading We Are Back!
Merry Christmas to all my lovely followers. Thankyou for supporting my blog and just taking the time out to read my writing.... Christmas is a time for giving and sharing, spending time with family and smiling an awful lot. Never let anyone take that away from you. Went to midnight mass last night to make … Continue reading Merry Christmas⭐️
I had never realised how important something as small as a kidney could be, until my grandpa suffered without his. Your kidneys are positioned against the back muscles of your abdomen. Usually kidneys are about the size of a fist. Some people are born with one, some people are born with three, but usually we … Continue reading Kidney Disease Awareness
Dracula Bram Stoker Wordsworth Classics 1993 *SPOILER ALERT* (You should have read Dracula by now anyway) The well-known novel Dracula, is everything it lives up to be: gore, horror, love, passion, thriller and of course, blood-sucking, baby-killing vampires. I have always wanted to give this book a try, but never actually picked it … Continue reading Dracula Review
A Small Good Thing- Raymond Carver Where I'm Calling From Harvill Press 1st November 1993 *SPOILER ALERT* Throughout my writing journey, I have found that Raymond Carver is one of my favourite authors. His writing and short stories are usually uplifting and quite entertaining. They have meaning and are very easy to read. … Continue reading A Small Good Thing Review