Decided to give Steller as a way of helping me get back to being create, so would be keen to follow anybody else using this, so let me know your username and I’ll give you a follow. I put up my first story on it last night, looking back at my evening spent at Canteen…… Continue reading Anybody using Steller?
It’s no secret that I’m a big Leicester City fan. Or that I spend a significant portion of my week talking, writing or watching them for many months in a year. With the 2016/17 season over, and a real break from football this year, it feels like a good time to finally try and reflect…… Continue reading Once a Fox, always a Fox
When I set this blog up it was with best intentions and during a particularly fruitful creative spell that I found myself on. Sadly, like most of these in my adult life, it was temporary and the semi-frequent drought of writers block and a creative void saw me open many a new text post, only…… Continue reading Creativity, sadly, isn’t a tap that I can turn on and off at will.
May was a super busy month where I saw less of my boyfriend and spent less time in my own bed than planned, but also a super fun month filled with friends, amazing food and good times. So I’m actually pretty happy that I made it through all of my planned reads. I even started…… Continue reading Reviewing my May reads
I’ve had a bad month for blogging, but not so much for April. I got through all the ones I planned and managed bonus ones too. All below, plus what I’ll be reading for May! Paper Girls, Vol. 2 – Brian K. Vaughan Probably my favourite current comic series, I’m now going to have to…… Continue reading Reviewing my April reads
My guest post for Sarah’s brilliant film blog is all about Monsters, a film I adore and the directorial debut for Gareth Edwards. Link above if you fancy a read.
A little late due to other commitments but here’s what I’ve been reading last month. It was my best month for reading of 2017! Wishful Drinking – Carrie Fisher I decided to start with something a little different, something that felt timely and by a lady I’d very much been meaning to read more on…… Continue reading Reviewing my March reads