People and publishing: The importance of being friendly.

Me rambling about chatting to other bookish people basically!

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What am I reading in January?

This month, I aim to read and review the following books by the 8th February: Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp Ascent by Luke Walker Last Cry by Anna-Lou Weatherley Hangman by Daniel Cole The Coffin Path by Katherine Clements My first review will come on Friday for Before I Let Go. This book... Continue Reading →

My Journey to Success…

So, I am about to graduate from university, and I am getting nervous. I have not yet received my results, and one bad mark could knock my grade, and I have not yet secured a graduate job. I have probably sent off about forty job applications, had at least ten telephone interviews, and will have... Continue Reading →

My Honest Thoughts on the Election

To be frank, I don't want either Labour or Conservatives in power. I don't trust Jeremy Corbyn as much as I don't trust Teresa May. But, we are forced to vote for either or, because otherwise our votes don't make any difference. Before all my millennials get on their high horse about how great Corbyn's... Continue Reading →

As a pole dancer, we go through asking ourselves many pressing questions, such as am I ever going to be good enough to compete, or put a routine together, and how do I actually go about these things? I may not be able to answer whether you will be good enough to compete, since that... Continue Reading →

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