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
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: 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
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
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
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
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!