Confidence in the form of a dress (Non-Fiction)

This piece is part of a creative challenge, embarked upon with talented friends. Each month, a word is set as a theme to inspire a piece of art in their chosen artistic field. I have chosen to write 800-1000 words, fiction or non-fiction. This is Februarys submission with the word: DRESS Valentine’s day in my world has always been special. When I was young and … Continue reading Confidence in the form of a dress (Non-Fiction)

Clack On (Fiction)

This piece is part of a creative challenge, embarked upon with talented friends. Each month, a word is set as a theme to inspire a piece of art in their chosen artistic field. I have chosen to write 800-1000 words, fiction or non-fiction. This is Januarys submission with the word: MEASURE The wind whipped at the barren landscape with fierce aggression, pushing the anoraked figure … Continue reading Clack On (Fiction)

The Midnight Library – A Review

As part of my Freelance Journalism and Travel Writing course, I’m frequently tasked with writing assignments. I’ll be sharing these on my blog as it would be a shame for these not to be shared! 🙂 If you could change any decision in your life, would you? In The Midnight Library, we follow Nora Seed as she battles crippling sadness and a longing for a … Continue reading The Midnight Library – A Review

‘Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.’

One of my favourite books – The Great Gatsby – captures my favourite season so perfectly with this quote. There are many views on what this phrase means in the book. Some believe it shows Jordan’s privilege and how she sees her life as a constant cycle of renewal, party all summer and refresh in the other months. Some think it is to show the … Continue reading ‘Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.’