I am absolutely over the moon to hear that my 97 year old best friend, Nan Win is having her vaccine on Friday!! The end is in sight! I’m desperate for a cuddle and some tea and cake!! Words cannot describe how happy I am (I’m not ashamed to say my eyes have welled up … Continue reading Good news!!
Hello my lovelies, A lot of you have been asking about my housing situation. For those new to my blog, I am waiting for my local authority to find me my own accessible property. Well, unfortunately due to the bloody Coronavirus everything has stopped housing wise (like everything else) To my internet pals who’ve been … Continue reading Me and my disability: Housing update and life over the festive period.
Exercise 1.3 The following story was written in 15 minutes in response to a prompt in my module syllabus, I was in allowed to stop writing until the time was up or edit; this is called free writing and I found was very cathartic even though I know some bits may be repetitive. I remember … Continue reading Scriptwriting Module Day 2: Free Writing Caravan Prompt
Genre: New adult thriller Plot: I trust my sister Carrie with my daughter’s life. But then she’s accused of a terrible crime. Carrie lives under our roof, she pushes my daughter on the swings, she takes her out for ice cream. You might ask, why do I let her? Why would I risk my darling … Continue reading Book Review: The girl she wanted by K. L. Slater
Chapter 5 of #CarefreeandConsequences book 2 is done!A total of 1542 words. I'll take that! Lunch break and some Netflix… I will probably end up writing even more because I’m so invested in the plot now I can’t wait to we what’s up next! Get the first book on Amazon now!
A tiny seed has been sown, A product of a night of passion. it slowly blooms and opens The knot begins. The passing of love and care from me to you begins instantly I’m rest assured as I know, cradled away from the world does my seedling surely grow. Then slowly does the knot between … Continue reading Poem: The Knot
Hello all, Firstly let me apologise for the lack of posts. With this second lockdown I feel that my life has become very mundane but, I assure you I’m fine. I’ve been busy prepping for nanowrimo so that my WIP, A Spoonful of Sugar is all planned out and ready to go. Ideally I’d like … Continue reading PSA: To all my readers
Genre: Domestic Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: It’s a miracle when Katherine’s baby boy is born healthy. But his twin sister doesn’t survive, and when Katherine is told she can’t have any more children the loss is almost too much for her to bear. Katherine always saw herself having a big family: she remembers how the … Continue reading Book Review: My only child by Sam Vickery
On Monday night just as the final player on The Chase was doing the cash builder round, our whole street had a power cut. This meant my stairlift and hoists weren’t working as well as the heating and the cooker so the carers couldn’t put me to bed and we couldn’t cook any food. The … Continue reading Me and my disability: Power cut in Pyle
Genre: Teen/Ya Rating: 2/5 Plot: Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this soapy, drama-packed novel featuring diverse characters who will do anything to be the prima at their elite ballet school. From the New York Times-bestselling author of The Belles, Dhonielle Clayton, and the author of the highly anticipated Symptoms of a Heartbreak, Sona … Continue reading Book Review: Tiny Pretty Things By Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra