Christmas gift guide for your writer buddy

Some of you are going to be unhappy about this, but I'm doing to be dropping the C- bomb before December. Yes, today we will be talking about Christmas! I think I just heard a few of you groan, sure it's a tad too early to talk about Christmas but last year I was completely… Continue reading Christmas gift guide for your writer buddy

Exploring non-fiction writing

As a lover of all things bookish I tend to gravitate to the same areas when I enter a book store. Once we find what our preference is as a reader we stick with it for the most part, hardly deviating or exploring. For me, my preference has always been fiction novels, especially fantasy. When… Continue reading Exploring non-fiction writing

A photo essay on autumn adventure

Halloween has never been a thing for me, when other get excited for parties, horror movies and bad costumes I get excited for one of my favorite things... pumpkins. Despite loving the orange bowling balls of happiness, pumpkin carving isn't on my to do list in the Autumn. The reason I like them so much… Continue reading A photo essay on autumn adventure

This months reads

There's so much I enjoy about Autumn reading, nothing beats sitting down with a good book, a cozy blanket and a hot chocolate. Autumn is prime reading time in my eyes and I get through the majority of the books I've accumulated over the year in this season. There have been 3 main books I've… Continue reading This months reads

Autumn apple harvest at Erddig

Well we finally had a bit of break from the bleak weather here in the UK. It's been pretty miserable this past week what's put a damper on getting out with my camera. However, the sun made an appearance by Wales today, what opened up the perfect opportunity to get out. Erddig National Trust property… Continue reading Autumn apple harvest at Erddig

Have we become lazy with compromise and discussion?

I feel like the art of compromise has been lost to us. If you scroll through social media it won't be long until you come across some sort of argument, it could be about something small and silly or really big topics like Brexit. You simply don't have to look far before you find a… Continue reading Have we become lazy with compromise and discussion?

Autumn bucket list

Now that my favorite season is officially upon us, I decided I'd combine it with another of my favorite things, lists. I know that autumn isn't for everyone, the nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping but it doesn't feel late enough in the year to put the heating on at home. I'm… Continue reading Autumn bucket list