Peaty the Worm

I am very pleased to announce and share my latest children’s book, Peaty the Worm. Peaty the Worm follows the main character as they explore their favourite things through the alphabet. My intention was to create a fun little story that could be cute and educational at the same time. It was a lot of…

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I wrote a book

I am so┬áthrilled┬áto announce that I have completed my first children’s book. The book is called Tom and Geraldene and tells the story of a little boy (Tom) and his toy giraffe that becomes real (Geraldene). Tom wants everyone in his family to meet Geraldene, but not everyone can see her. I have based this…

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Writing Sunday: Give your sins a name

The following short story is recommended for a mature audience only. I sat in the strange little box and waited. This was my parents idea because I was not the ideal child they had always dreamed me to be, the perfect reflection of themselves, gleaming with awards and trophies, stepping towards my career as a…

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Crafting a book

I have been wanting to write a book for over ten years and I will admit that I am disappointed that I haven’t made a huge amount of effort in that time to make it a reality. I am going to change that. I found that previously I always had an excuse for why I…

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Meet me on the internet cafe

I am currently studying intimacy and dating on the internet. While my University work requires that I think about this topic critically, I wanted to post on my blog a creative response to this via poetry! Meet me on the Internet Cafe Look at us out there existing two souls tangled between virtual woe can…

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Writing Sunday: Little Bird

Little bird, little bird What are you trying to say Are your wings tied Your feet tangled In a mess of gloomy grey. Little bird, little bird What song are you trying to sing Does it have lyrics Or is it a wordless hymn. Little bird, little bird Why do you fly away Will I…

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Writing Sunday: Artist

For Writing Sunday I will be writing a poem inspired by the image below that was found using the search word Artist on istockphoto.com! I need to write more, I annoy myself that I love it so much, yet do so little. The less I do, the worse I become with using language. *kickstarts the…

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Prep by Curtis Sittenfeld

My thoughts on the book I recently read. I haven’t voiced my opinions on a book in a while, so I do apologise that it isn’t that great. If you do not want to be slightly spoiled, please avoid reading more. ^_^ Lee Fiora is an intelligent, observant fourteen-year-old when her father drops her off…

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Future sounds of witnessed scenes

I have partially started on a new theme for the site. I was looking for themes that captured a free, vibrant, playful essence that I see in my mind, and I just couldn’t find anything that did. So I thought, the best way (knowing what I want) would be to create my own again. I…

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Which hand do memories lay

Offline Blogging: I have been spending more time blogging offline lately. I downloaded a trial of a journal known as The Journal and it has been fabulous. Not only for allowing me to sort my thoughts out in a private and secure way but to be free to write from within and just say whatever…

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In a world that has been

I have been adding my poetry to my computer and stumbled over several old fan fiction stories I had written for Harry Potter role plays several of my friends created with me. It made me remember how much I loved those days, when I would wake up and be so excited about the prospect of…

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