8 Things I’ll Miss About Reading Town

Now that I’ve started winding down from university, and namely living around universities, I’ve been thinking about what I’ll most miss about that atmosphere. Potentially the first in a series. A photo from the main Wantage building across the second quad to the second set of room where we stayed as first years. Walking to … Continue reading 8 Things I’ll Miss About Reading Town

Photo of the Week: River Sightings

This Sunday, I took a trip to the 'enemy camps', so to speak. Having many friends and an ex in the league of Oxonions (ie. those who are or have study/ied at The University of Oxford), I am strongly on that side of any - fictional or otherwise - rivalry between the two best-on-league-tables UK … Continue reading Photo of the Week: River Sightings

DIVIDED by Sharon M Johnston

DIVIDED: AN OPEN HEART NOVEL Sharon M. Johnston Publication Date: November 24 2015 New Adult Science Fiction Romance A new heart should mean new life, instead it’s a living nightmare.  Mishca Richardson’s life is at an all-time high after her heart transplant. With new boyfriend, Ryder, she has the perfect summer romance. Even the nightmares plaguing … Continue reading DIVIDED by Sharon M Johnston

Checking in with Alex

I’m still struggling to keep a schedule at the moment – and this week will be almost as hectic for me. I just wanted to make a quick post to detail what’s going on in my writing life at the moment. #WTCB This NeoVictorian world refuses to leave me alone, and I’m actually enjoying going … Continue reading Checking in with Alex

Beautiful Books: Writing UTC

It's time for me to report how writing is going via the Beautiful Books link-up, hosted by Cait and Sky. Remember, I'm not doing NaNoWriMo, so this is totally from the perspective of writing a novel as a slow, steady (and edited! :P) process - and also because of my studies, I have barely time … Continue reading Beautiful Books: Writing UTC

Beautiful Books: Plotting UTC

Instead of the usual Beautiful People meme, this month Cait and Sky decided that, because next month is NaNo, they’d focus on Beautiful Books – and the three key elements of plotting (this month), writing, and *shudder* editing. Whilst I’m not doing NaNo, this is still a little of an opportunity for me to talk … Continue reading Beautiful Books: Plotting UTC

Do You Spurn Those Who Say Humanities and Sciences Conflict? I Need You!

As you may know, I'm restless to the point of not even being able to settle on one subject to study at university. On the other hand, I am a proud joint honours student. As such, I believe that my interests in each of my disciplines - from my three A Levels: Philosophy and Ethics, … Continue reading Do You Spurn Those Who Say Humanities and Sciences Conflict? I Need You!