Figuring out what you want to read can be really tough sometimes. With all those amazing books out there, all those plots waiting to thicken, all those characters waiting for you to fall in-love with them, how’re you ever meant to know which one to read first? I struggle with this problem nearly everytime I … More Five Books You Should Re-read before 2020
I’m always saying how I’m such a big Stephen King fan, but when I actually try and list the titles of the books I’ve read, I’m ashamed to say the list is terribly, embarrasingly, short. Hello, my name’s Natasha, and I’m a fraud. Then, I read Insomnia during my A-Levels, making me fall HARD and … More My Stephen King Readathon Challenge
I guess we’re sort of, kind of, already in summer? It doesn’t really feel like it with the weather, it doesn’t really feel like it because of work, but this literal hot damn week is July, which will then be August, WHICH IS SUMMER. I always think that this summer will be the best summer. … More Starting a Magazine? My 2019 Summer Goals.
I spent five years of my life at university. The golden years of my existence so far – from 18 to 23. If someone were to ask me what I learnt during my time there though, I struggle to answer. I shrug and eventually say, “experiences”. How are you meant to define what you learnt … More Tips and Tricks of Writing: What I Learnt at University
I’ve not always suffered from anxiety. As a child I remember just feeling constantly shy, trying to hide behind my mum at parties, not wanting to give gifts to the person for fear of rejection (parties and me did not go well together clearly), and the general feedback from my teachers was always, “She needs … More How writing helped my anxiety
Often referred to as a, “Shelfie”, the emergence of one’s bookshelf online has become the signal of many dedicated book bloggers. It’s become almost a right of passage. Shelves with books neatly stacked, colour co-ordinated AND alphabetized. Little ‘pop!’ Head figurines standing on any available bare space. Not that’s there a lot of empty space, … More Ode to a Shelfie
I thought it would be a cool to start a mini series on this blog all about writing prompts.Often when you’re writing, the ideas just stop flowing, and that’s okay. It’s just your brain saying it’s pooped and needs either a change of scenery or just to have a break. I’ve found recently that a … More Photo Writing: Spring