Who else hated P.E (physical education) when they had to participate in it at school? I can’t recall P.E being a problem when I was a very small child. P.E was moving and running and jumping about. What joy. (Well, not entirely) Then I remember in year 6 boys and girls were split into their … Continue reading Who else hated P.E when they had to participate in it at school?
in all but years i was so much younger than i appeared to be – oft repeated an old head on young shoulders – i did not understand the expectations placed upon me based on people’s perceptions of my maturity if you liked this you may like to support me on Patreon
Book Review Bittersweet By Wanda Deglane Wanda Deglane is one of my favourite writers and the poems in this book show why. The poems in Bittersweet are written about the experiences of being female, which include our bodies, periods, sex and boys. The subjects all intersect, and it demonstrates their knock-on effect on each other. … Continue reading Book Review. Poetry Collection – Bittersweet by Wanda Deglane.
You know when you’re going through a period of depression and you aren’t reading anything, then you clap eyes on a book and it’s just what you need to get excited about reading again? That was Almost Adults. Since I read this book on Monday I have finished two more. This is what I am … Continue reading Lunchtime Review. Almost Adults by Ali Pantony.
Imposter Syndrome is very very real right now. I have always been very good at the writing part of … writing, and not so much at the discipline of editing, and whatnot. Ever since the bug of poetry bit me at the age of sixteen I have written continually on whatever bits of paper I … Continue reading Feeling like an Imposter.