The speed that an individual reads a book is highly personal. For some, it takes time with the words before … Continue Reading She’s an avid reader
2017 is over, tomorrow we will all be shaking our heads and muttering ‘this will take some getting used to’ … Continue Reading Reading and Bookish Resolutions
I recently read a blog post entitled ‘Do you ever get stuck in a rut?’ and I realised that yes, … Continue Reading Yes, I am in a rut, and I am not sure why.
Dear J.K. Rowing, This week marks the twentieth anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. I, and many, many … Continue Reading #HarryPotter20: An open letter to J.K. Rowling
I am back in Dorset. Redwood G.01 has been packed up, scrubbed and polished for the last time and my … Continue Reading University is over.
Today would have marked the fourth week in a row that I haven’t posted anything on this blog. Whilst I … Continue Reading More waffle than post.
2016 is almost universally acknowledged as a bad year. Many people were lost, violence seemed to front every news story, … Continue Reading 2016: Some parts were really great.
As much as I wish I were someone who could instantly become immersed in a book, no matter where I … Continue Reading Homely reading.
Note: I have a physical disability, Cerebral Palsy, but I am very unlikely to have had the same experiences as … Continue Reading Inspired by and in response to Louise Gornall.
It’s is so typical; I go with undue confidence onto social media and exclaim with great enthusiasm ‘go and check out my blog, new posts every weekend’, and then, as I should have predicted, I miss two of my self-given … Continue Reading Life update: University
Photo: HarperCollins London branch is located inside the incredibly impressive News Building. I loved every second of the placement, and that is no exaggeration. I was initially a little disappointed when told I would be working in Communications as I … Continue Reading Work experience: My week at HarperCollins
(Picture credit) It should come as no surprise that I love books, after all, this is a book blog, but there are some that hold an extra special place in my heart. With that in mind and after finding and adoring … Continue Reading The books that made me.
So, I didn’t really want to make this my first proper post because it’s not about books. My plan was to write it and save it until after I had published a post about books but then I thought ‘Oh … Continue Reading Wheelchairs in Scotland.