The above graphic I created on Canva. Which is what I use for the majority of my little graphics on my website. There's a whole host of functionality AND, most importantly, it's free to use and doesn't take a genius to work out how to use it. Believe me when I say that I… Continue reading The Next Destination – the revisions begin!
Woohoo! A few weeks ago (or maybe it was days, I don't know) I told you all about this amazing LEGO Card Collection that I was doing, like the big kid I am. Well, I have good and exciting news - it is now complete. I come home from work to find the last remaining card on… Continue reading LEGO! – Mission Complete!
Okay, so for the past few weeks now in the UK, LEGO have had some sort of promotion thing with Sainsburys, whereby for every £10 you spend, you get a small pack of 4 LEGO cards. The cards are different LEGO characters and in total, there are 140 cards to collect. So far, I have… Continue reading LEGO!
GENERAL OVERVIEW: Daniel Arenson’s first instalment of his Dawn of Dragons trilogy, Requiem’s Song, is a fantastic tale about weredragons who are hunted and slain by their fellow man. The weredragons are seen as a disease among humankind and thus must be eradicated. The story follows the tales of multiple weredragons in their quest to… Continue reading Requiem’s Song, by Daniel Arenson – Book Review
Below, are a list of my top 5 quotes and why. Not too sure what inspired this, but enjoy! The first is perhaps the most pertinent to me. During my placement year, I've learnt not to take things too seriously; if something goes wrong it's not the end of the world and it is certainly… Continue reading My Top 5 Quotes To Live By.
Well, it's not really a festival. But there was some music and food so I suppose that warrants the title. Apparently, this weekend was the annual Rayleigh Festival (which is a town a few miles from me in the south east coast of England) which I had no idea about. I didn't even know it existed and… Continue reading My Weekend at Rayleigh Festival
There it is ladies and gents, the reason for this post. That's right, today I received my 100th like on my website. How fantastic. I've been doing this for about three months now and to reach such milestones is great, and I'm appreciative to all of whom that have liked my posts. Some more than… Continue reading A Big Ole Thank You.
As much as this image looks like paradise, it's not my dream writing space. Although, it is incredibly close. There are millimetres of difference in it... But to tell you what my dream desk situation would be I would first need to answer the question: what is my dream location? Alaska. Yep, that's right. For… Continue reading My Dream Writing Space…
So yesterday, in the garden, I was helping my dad destroy our old family shed. It hadn't been used for years and was rotting pretty much everywhere. And when I say "destroy", it's a bit misleading. When I was asked to help I was under the impression it would involve using hammers and chainsaws. But unfortunately,… Continue reading A Heavy Sense of Nostalgia
This is my first ever interview/guest/author post - whatever you want to call it. I asked Jude a few questions and she responded. The reason for this post is to gain a little insight into her career and into her life. So, without much further ado... Here's a quick biography on Jude: she lives in… Continue reading Author Interview: Jude Thompson