Before I get into this review, I think I should make something abundantly clear. Becca (co-owner of the Lacuna Candle Co) is one of my lovely friends. However, I brought these candles with my own money and as always, all my opinions are my own. IN FACT, at the moment of typing Becca doesn’t even… Continue reading Review: Lacuna Candle Co
I was COMPLETELY AND UTTERLY inspired by Kate at Reading Through Infinity for this post. Her post was just so funny + engaging + interesting and I wanted to do it so bad. Plus, I feel like I haven’t done an ‘about me’ blog post in so long. ON WITH THE FACTS: 1 // I… Continue reading 25 bookish facts about me
Hello beautiful blog readers, I am sorry for not posting in FOREVER (almost 3 weeks), but PhD-ing and writing got in the way of blogging. BUT, I am back, and I’m ready to hit you up with books that’ll make you giggle. I read A LOT of middle grade, and I have to say, I… Continue reading middle grade books that made me snort-laugh
I’m a middle grade novel aficionado. I love them. They are where my heart lies, in a literal and literary sense. I think they capture a really special moment in a person’s life, and I don’t think I’ll ever stop reading (or writing) them. Over the last month, I’ve read some AH-MAZING middle grade novels, so… Continue reading really really good middle grade books I’ve recently devoured.
I FEEL LIKE I HAVEN’T DONE A BOOK TAG IN FOREVER! My lovely friend Nicola tagged me in this tag, check out her fabulous blog here. 1 // BOOKMARKS OR RANDOM PIECES OF PAPER? I wish I could say bookmarks, because I have SO MANY gorgeous ones, but when I need one I can never… Continue reading Tag: Reading Habits
Note: This article was previously published on a fantastic site, The Olive Fox. After it closed down, I decided to republish it here, to remind myself how to deal with panic attacks, and in the hope that it might help others. I’ve not posted on Instagram for a few weeks. I’ve had a very busy… Continue reading How To Recover After A Panic Attack
I’ve made it to a quarter of a century. 25 looks a lot different to how 14 year old me imagined it to be, but different in a good way. I’m doing a PhD in a subject I love, I kick anxiety’s butt on a daily basis, I wrote a book (and found my lovely… Continue reading 25