The Thalidomide Catastrophe, a book designed to chronicle the history of the Thalidomide disaster, was co-authored by three men.  One of the authors, Martin Johnson, agreed to be interviewed for this blog about his role… View Post

Harry’s Last Stand is a book that I originally came across via Twitter; the story of a man, who, at the age of ninety five, decided to tour refugee camps, to try and find a… View Post

Twitter. Love it or hate it, Twitter can be used as an excellent tool for blogging, freelancing, journalism, etc. I was talking to a classmate recently, about how to use it; at times the platform… View Post

Rotterdam: a street art blogger tour is the title of this Blog post for a very special reason; recently, I was lucky enough to visit my Blogger pen pal, Envy Fisher, over at Lost In Translation.… View Post

It’s May. And it’s crunch time. For various reasons. As I have written about before, I haven’t got long left on my Journalism course; after that, it’s out into the big wide world. (Scary thought,… View Post