Today I'm bringing to you the second instalment in my series on writing, and as I began with Roald Dahl I wanted to focus on a female writer next. After thinking back and forth I did a little research into Maya Angelou, a writer I had heard of but was quite unfamiliar with. She was… Continue reading Tips from writers: Maya Angelou
Welcome to the first instalment in my new series on writing where I'll pick a writer, research their tips and advice, and then bring my findings to you here. I thought to myself where better to begin than with one of my favourite authors, so today the spotlight falls on Roald Dahl.Happy reading!The bulk of… Continue reading Tips from writers: Roald Dahl
Today I wanted to talk to you about a new series that I am bringing to the blog. It's no secret that I love writing and that I hope to have at least one published novel one day. I actually wrote about it here if you want to check it out. Anyway, recently I have been… Continue reading A new series on writing
This post was inspired by a couple of gifts that I received from my boyfriend for my birthday. He gave me a really old copy of my favourite book Pride and Prejudice and a really old copy of a Dickens that I shockingly haven't read: Oliver Twist. I actually surprised myself with how made up I was with them.… Continue reading New books or old books, which is better?
Way back in August 2019, (I say way back because doesn't the summer seem a million years ago now?!) I shared with you my top entertainment picks from the first half of 2019 and in the interest of continuity I thought it only right that as 2019 has now ended I share my favourites from… Continue reading My top entertainment picks from the second half of 2019