I'll keep it short and sweet this time. Three years ago, I had a friend called Eleanor (we all called her Els) who was sadly diagnosed with sarcoma, which is cancer in the bones. When you hear something like that, you quietly prepare for the worst, and it can wipe the smile of anyone's face … Continue reading My Sponsored Walk for Sarcoma UK: I need your help!
via Daily Prompt: Astonish Good news first: it was my 24th birthday last week! It was brilliant! I spent the day in London, had a meal with my family, then went back to London the next night and woke up the next day with an apocalyptic hangover. As Murtaugh puts it so brilliantly, I am … Continue reading Hitting 24 – My Pledge To Be Better For Next Year
I looked in the mirror this morning after I got out of the shower today, and stared at my reflection for a while. After more job rejections and writers block, I began asking myself where the last twenty-three years have gone. When I failed to find an answer, I just frowned at my reflection, and … Continue reading Learning the Wrinkles
Incredible! I've been nominated for yet another blogging award! Thank you so much Becca at From My Lofty Hill for another award nomination. You're very kind! The Versatile Blogger Award is here to celebrate those whose writing and stories shine a little more light into our lives. Rules Thank the person who nominated you and link … Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award
After only three months of blogging, I'm truly humbled by my interactions with other bloggers who want to be successful in what they do. While I have much more to learn, it's nice to know that there is a real openness within the blogging community A huge thank you to Becca for thinking of me! … Continue reading *Friendship Blogger Award*
via Daily Prompt: Imagination In a world full of dwindling resources, there's one which comes to mind that we'll never run out of. It's not coal or water, or internet memes. That resource, at least in a writer's context, is imagination. I like to think that imagination has a lot to do with … Continue reading The Rocketship Mentality
Now that I've finally got a name and a motive for my blog, I lay the first big brick of my Many-Storied Building by talking about something that irks me, and probably irks a few others too. I've finally graduated from university, achieving my Masters in English and giving me the green light to take … Continue reading Wunderkind Syndrome: the bane of my life.