Hello! A little while ago I found an invitation in my inbox, inviting me to the Book Launch of The Summer Of Impossible Things, the latest novel by Rowan Coleman. (I would just like to admit that I was a little bit shocked, as I am never invited to events like this. And I was … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Book Launch.
We all have thoughts whilst blogging, don't we? For today's post, I thought I'd share five of my thoughts. *Sees new blogger on Twitter* "Maybe a guest post week would be fun? They could be one of the guests-a perfect thing for them!" "WHY are you rejecting me?? WAAAHHH" -On a brand that declares that … Continue reading 15 thoughts I have when blogging.
To be Happy is something subjective, but I wanted to count my blessings, and put on a post what makes me happy. Planning! Because it is a comfort, and it is always something that I can fall back on. You can tell I'm an Aspie, can't you? My family. Obviously. Blogging. I never thought that … Continue reading 50 things that make me happy.
*By FAQ, I mean frequently asked question. Hello.- For this post,I thought I would answer a frequently asked question: why do you write? For me it's almost funny: now as a Columnist, Blogger, Interviewer,and Freelancer, I, still asked: why do you like to write? It's a question that has taken a long time to answer-alongside … Continue reading Why I Like To Write; An Answer To A FAQ!
*This is part of a blog series I'm currently running, in looking to history for my heroes. I was six, maybe seven, when I first heard about the story of Anne Frank. As a child, we'd been taught about World War Two-and how, rather than just the mechanics, we'd been taught about the personal and … Continue reading Historical Hero Two: Anne Frank.
Dear Thirteen Year Old Me.- You can be so loud at times! And yet, oddly, you seem to change at the drop of a hate-quiet at home, shy to some strangers. From where I am now, it seems to me like you need to find your feet-you are yourself, and only you can decide that. … Continue reading A letter to thirteen year old me.
Looking back over a few of my posts, I've begun to think and feel that my writing has become a little bit constrained-almost stilted, to the point that it's a little bit bland. There's no real opinion-just a middle ground-or any real engagement. Therefore, for the purpose of this post, I wanted to debate the … Continue reading In defence of social media.
It always strikes me when somebody says that they have read my work, and liked X, Y, or Z. (Serious ego gratification!) But in all seriousness, despite it being a lovely addition to any day of the week, I'm sometimes asked questions. (E.g do you have any contacts, what's your best advice?) Therefore, I thought … Continue reading “What’s your best writing advice?” Here’s my answer.
Growing up, I can still remember how I wanted to be a writer. I was the one, who would spend hours in the school library, dreaming of how I would one day leave a book behind on those shelves. This is why I am so exicted to introduce this new interview. I was very humbled … Continue reading Interview with Dame Jacqueline Wilson
This blog has been going since July 2012; there's a lot I've learnt since then. But, whenever I begin to post, my thoughts follow a train of thought, pretty much the same, as detailed below: 1. That image looks a little blurry...save for Instagram. 2. Failure to upload; uggghhh! 3. What am I doing, just … Continue reading 15 thoughts I have whilst blogging
This is an interview, from a while ago , I did for Jump for journalism, however not all of it was included. Victoria was really lovely, and she answered all my questions in such a great depth.It was scary asking her, as Company is such a big magazine. Company magazine is a monthly glossy fashion … Continue reading Interview: Victoria White, Editor of Company Magazine.
When following the blog Jump4Journalism , there where always posts about Natasha Slee's degree project, and how she was creating a magazine. Since then , issue one has been printed! Here I will be reviewing the first issue. To buy ALICE, click here : * I can't really say much, as that will spoil it, … Continue reading ALICE magazine: Review.