Opinion

Colour Me Calm: The Adult Colouring Book Craze

We all remember the joy that colouring books brought to us when we were small, our parents would give us a colouring book and some crayons and we would stay quiet for hours, focusing on staying in the lines, with our tongues sticking out and wrinkles on our forehead. Unfortunately, as we turn into adults we… Continue reading Colour Me Calm: The Adult Colouring Book Craze

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Opinion

Lost At Sea

I feel like I'm lost at sea and I am barely keeping my head above the water. I kick my legs to stay alive and I can see the sun on the horizon but no matter how hard I try to swim towards it, the waves take me in a different direction. Some days, I… Continue reading Lost At Sea

Reviews

Orange Is The New Black TV Review

A beautifully plotted TV series with heart wrenching moments of truth. Orange Is The New Black is the latest TV craze to spark controversy and gain instant fans. This comedy drama set in a prison was everything I wanted it to be and more. The writing, first of all is absolutely brilliant in this show.… Continue reading Orange Is The New Black TV Review

Poems

Walking Stardust

Walking Stardust Breathing in the warmth of your skin, your eyelashes flutter like petals, sleeping. I stare into the dusty black room. Light creeps through the blinds. Hitting the wall with its luminous glow. A romantic feeling pulses through the layers of my skin. I am optimistic that no other being will make me feel… Continue reading Walking Stardust

Writer's Life

My Name In Black & White

I have been extremely busy over the past couple of weeks so forgive me for not updating my blog as often as I should be doing. I have been juggling university work with my two new writing jobs. I am now a blogger for Grads.co.uk and a book reviwer at Good Vibrations Magazine. They are… Continue reading My Name In Black & White

Poems

Street Corners

Caution lurks behind every street corner. In the early morn. Dusty blue and sapphire ignite, forming patterns in the sky. Panting heart quickens. Racing even, mimicking dangers that - Do. Not. Exist. Heightened fear in the darkness. Over the bridge, water resembles – thick, black liquid. Slithering away. Opaque Ambiguous. Reflecting the light of the… Continue reading Street Corners