Diva reads April So I’ve been busy this month. Busy doing a lot of reading and not much else, but that’s okay, because it means I get to share my findings with you guys. I stumbled upon this first author mentioned by accident, and the first book of hers I read was so fantastically tragicContinue reading “Diva Reads #4”
So it’s been a while since I’ve written a book review. That’s not to say I haven’t been reading though, because I most definitely have! I’m actually on my 14th book this year already, that’s averaging me at 6 books a month! I recently had a weekend in bed unwell. If you read my blogsContinue reading “Diva reads #3”
I have always been the girl, who never does anything extraordinary. Never got nominated for anything in school. Never got a part in the school play even though drama is my forte, because I didn’t put myself forward. I didn’t raise my hand to answer questions even though I knew the answer. I didn’t stayContinue reading “When losers win.”
Last year I wrote a blog, similar to this – Accept I probably said along the lines of how absolutely soul destroying having a clingy snotty child attached to your hip for days is. This year I’m savouring the cuddles. What a difference a year makes!
I promised to keep them coming. What have I been reading the last couple of months? LOADS! I’ve been reading loads as usual. On average I get through a book in three nights. I’ve now read all of C.L Taylor’s books and am patiently awaiting her 7th release. My favourites are definitely ‘The Missing’ ‘TheContinue reading “Recommended Reads #3”
On Saturday the 2nd March I had the pleasure of attending an evening with Frank Bruno. Being an avid boxing fan I was excited to hear about his bouts against the greats, such as Mike Tyson and Bone Crusher Smith, and of course his amazing win of the title against Oliver McCall. When these fight’sContinue reading “Frank Bruno”
What makes someone a good writer? Is it the difference between being able to write a poem, or a book? Do you need to be able to do both in order to demonstrate capability? Or is it someone who writes only in the Queen’s English? The answer to all the above questions are of courseContinue reading “What makes a writer, a good one?”