Tips To Help You Choose Your Uni Course // A New Chapter.

(ignore the state of me in the first picture, just happy ennit) If you've had a look at my about page you would know that for the past year I've been studying Theology and Religious studies at Roehampton University, I have enjoyed it for the most part but as the year went by I increasingly felt … Continue reading Tips To Help You Choose Your Uni Course // A New Chapter.

Review of John Williams’ Stoner. ‘An Insight Into The Human Condition.’

Welcome back! It's been a while... So to herald a new blog post at last, I thought I'd write a cheeky review on John Williams' 'Stoner'. There are slight spoilers in the sense of relationships and my opinion on characters, but no critical plot spoilers and I definitely won't ruin the end! I hope that … Continue reading Review of John Williams’ Stoner. ‘An Insight Into The Human Condition.’

Graphic diary: Carnet De Voyage // Craig Thompson & my love for the non-fiction.

I am absolutely in love with graphic novels at the moment, especially this graphic diary. I read 'Carnet De Voyage' a little bit out of chronology as I haven't yet read 'Blankets' and I had never seen any other work by Craig Thompson prior to this travel diaries. I think I enjoy auto-biographical graphic novels … Continue reading Graphic diary: Carnet De Voyage // Craig Thompson & my love for the non-fiction.

Reviewing the empowering magazine ‘Sunday Girl’ // Vol. 6

I have been really getting into reading magazines lately, I love the format of them! Sure a book is more satisfying as a whole world is created in your mind, however, if you're like me and get burnt out and don't have the energy to read a hefty plot, then magazines are perfect. They are … Continue reading Reviewing the empowering magazine ‘Sunday Girl’ // Vol. 6