Inspiration has been a hard match to strike this week. Actually, that's not entirely true. I'm working on a slightly different (and secret!) project at the moment and I'm pumped for that, but when it comes to reading and writing, my usual motivations have simmered. So true to form, I thought I'd write about it … Continue reading A Note on Writer’s & Reader’s Block
I promised I was going to write this blog last year and never did, and I've tried to write this year's a couple of times and failed at that too. Why am I hesitant? Because of what I want my resolutions to be and the repercussions of someone as stubborn as me ensuring that I … Continue reading Writing Resolutions 2018
It's no news to this blog that last summer I finished my first novel, Project 27. Writing it was a process I really enjoyed and it brought me great solace while I was on my year abroad. Reading it again at the beginning of my final year brought me slightly more concern as a worried … Continue reading Why don’t you self-publish?
A year ago I was living in Lyon with A LOT of spare time, that I mostly spent reading, and today is one year since I finished reading Vagina: A New Biography by Naomi Wolf. I've spoken on this blog already about how this book 'changed my life' but nope, I'm still not over it. My mum … Continue reading Blood, books and Vagina
Lena Dunham, Jennifer Konner and Judd Apatow's HBO series is about to air its final and sixth season. After six years of following the turmoiled lives of Hannah, Jessa, Shoshanna, Marnie, Adam, Ray and Elijah fans of the show prepare to say farewell to our generation's Sex and the City, the show that according to Konner enabled GIRLS' existence. … Continue reading GIRLS: Thanks, now what’s next?