Time for the monthly Beautiful People meme hosted by the lovely lasses Cait and Sky. This month’s topic of interest was of siblings, those mysterious people we have no choice but to know because we grew up with them. I write a lot of siblings, so this could have been a difficult choice for me … Continue reading Beautiful People: The Costello Brothers
(Far be it for me to dictate against inspiration from commercialism…) For this month’s Beautiful People, hosted by Cait and Sky, since it’s February, they decided to do a Valentine’s edition and look at significant relationships of these beautiful people/characters. I would be insane not to look at Aidelle and Phillip, and, unsurprisingly, I have … Continue reading Beautiful People: The Valentine’s Edition
I suppose 2014 was one of the strangest years I’ve had for a long while. After all, I entered it as a bushy-eyed eighteen-year-old starting the second term of my Psychology and Philosophy degree. And I seem to have finished it high in optimism and wisdom, but not so greatly in success. Sometimes I wonder … Continue reading All about 2014
As mentioned last week by a blog commenter, I have very many ideas. A couple of nights ago, I was thinking of editing When the Clock Broke, but then I became distracted by the thought of the ruffled society beyond the events of the trilogy, and the novella of a relation who ultimately saves the … Continue reading An Unfolding Universe
Because Phillip is very poetic in the midnights of our sorrows. A quote from my manuscript. I thought I'd go fancy and edit one of my photos to include it. Thanks to my friends from the Quidditch team for their posing.
Hey, guys, I won't be on the blog for the next couple of days, as I'm playing a bit of Quidditch away from home until Mondayish. In the meanwhile, I'll leave you with this thought: "Do not count your wishes, for they will be forever many, but count your blessings, the more precious few." (Phillip, When … Continue reading Quidditch and Away
I have started to get back into YouTubing, and I did a brief recording to entertain myself whilst going through a round of editing. People always say that we should read our MS aloud, and, whilst I was enjoying making a Stephen Fry voice narrate to me, I decided it was time to use my … Continue reading Quoting Myself