World suicide prevention day was yesterday. According to the World Health Organisation around 800,000 people die by suicide each year and up to 25 times as many people make a suicide attempt. This is a tragic and saddening statistic is … Continue Reading World Suicide Prevention day 2016
Title: Under rose-tainted skies Author: Louise Gornall Publication: July 2016 by Chicken House Ltd Tempted by glowing reviews on Goodreads, … Continue Reading Book Review: Under rose-tainted skies.
Originally published in the Bridport News. I write for them, each week, as a guest columnist. Authors possess an incredible … Continue Reading The magic authors can conjure up.
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.
This was not supposed to be today’s post. I had today’s post all planned, I knew which image I was … Continue Reading A walk through a small village.
Like any Potterhead, when I was told I was going to be in Edinburgh for a weekend I started planning … Continue Reading Harry Potter and the weekend in Edinburgh
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.
This summer has, inadvertently, become about focus and goals. I have had the chance to take on some amazing experiences which have been fantastic in their own right, but have also provided me with something I wasn’t expecting and definitely … Continue Reading Inspired.