i suffer (i sUfFeR) with depression and i am a writer. i am a writer who likes to share their work and sometimes that can become draining causing burnout – sharing on social media, updating a blog, Patreon posts, readings, sending subs out to publications etc. if you’re a writer who likes to share their … Continue reading this continues to surprise me
When I moved from primary school to secondary and was required to wear a blazer as part of the uniform, my mum purchased a blazer that was oversized and would last. Which meant by the time I was 13 or 14, and hitting puberty, it fitted a little snug. This was a common snag with … Continue reading Experiencing depression as a teenager
I read one book by Tasha Alexander, which I loved and so I borrowed A Terrible Beauty before lockdown from my library. It is an odd read. It isn’t a high-octane thriller. It has intrigue, crime and mystery – a dead man comes back to life! I feel like the emotional depth of the story … Continue reading Book Review. Santorini set A Terrible Beauty by Tasha Alexander.
25 years anxious. I probably came out of the womb anxious. Where does that come from? You learn to be anxious, don’t you? You worry and worries become anxiety if something isn’t explained to you or you are unable to articulate worries so someone can help you navigate the thing safely. I think my mum … Continue reading shy girl, quiet girl
What else do you do at 3 o’ clock in the morning, when you can’t sleep? Read childhood favourites, oc. It is no exaggeration to say I read Jacqueline Wilson over and over again when I was a child. I don’t think Bad Girls was one of my favourites, but close. I remembered everything in … Continue reading Book Review. Re-Reading Bad Girls by Jacqueline Wilson.