The thoughts I had before embarking on counselling sessions: 1. Feel this is a monumental experience that will either make or break the rest of my life And 2. Immediately feel I’m fine now and I don’t need to talk to anyone Anxiety (=fear) really does drive you to think the worst, doesn’t it? I … Continue reading On Counselling
With Clough, By Taylor Published by Biteback A story of the early relationship of the legendary football partnership of Clough and Taylor, their playing careers, their managerial careers, and the book caps off just as the pair were enjoying success with Nottingham Forest FC. The football club where the pair lifted numerous trophies. Banksy Published … Continue reading Thoughts on Footballing Memoirs by Cloughie, Taylor & Banks.
I have seen this book on a number of blogs and so I thought ok let’s try it. I finished reading this book and wow the number of vile characters in it. Some didn’t seem to have a moral compass either, but they work for the vehicle of our main protagonist Rosa. Also there’s a … Continue reading My Thoughts on The Corner Shop in Cockleberry Bay by Nicola May
In a Dream You saw a Way to Survive by Clementine Von Radics but I remember I remember everything I was a bird before this Now A graveyard Of the unburied My healing is ugly My edges cracked and uninspiring But still, they are my edges Still, I am healing Isn’t that itself a song? … Continue reading In a dream you saw a Way to Survive by Clementine Von Radics
The Girl in the Dark by Angela Hart Published by Bluebird You really need to read the end of this book before you begin from the start, as you never really know why Melissa, put into the care of foster carer Angela and husband Jonathan, is running away and going missing for weeks at a … Continue reading My Thoughts on The Girl in the Dark by Angela Hart. Start from the end.