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Writers/Bloggers: How do you record your ideas?

Writers/Bloggers: How do you record your ideas?

Anyone who has ever done any form of writing will know that ideas can come at any time, and anywhere. Apparently inspiration doesn’t care about convenience, and may elude you when you sit down at your desk to write, yet strike when you’re busy paying for your double cheeseburger meal in McDonalds (true story!). Therefore it’s essential that writers have… Read more »

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Review: Half A King by Joe Abercrombie

Review: Half A King by Joe Abercrombie

‘There was a harsh gale blowing on the night Yarvi learned he was a king. Or half a king, a least.’ Warning: minor spoilers. As a fantasy fan, I have been meaning to read some of Joe Abercrombie’s work for ages, and have had The Blade Itself on my TBR list since forever. However, I happened upon Half A King… Read more »

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Stereotypes of Bookworms

Stereotypes of Bookworms

Unfortunately we live in a world where people constantly make assumptions about others based on everything from the clothes they wear, to the way they talk, the company they keep, and even the pastimes they enjoy. As much as we would like to think we don’t do this, we all do – after all, it’s human nature to want to label… Read more »

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Review: If I Stay by Gayle Forman

Review: If I Stay by Gayle Forman

‘He’s such the cool guy with his pegged jeans and black low-tops, his effortlessly beat-up punk-rock tees and his subtle tattoos. He is not the kind of guy to end up with someone like me.’ Warning: Minor spoilers. I had literally seen this book everywhere in the blogosphere when I picked it up the other day at the bookshop, which… Read more »

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The Pros and Cons of Blogging for Introverts

The Pros and Cons of Blogging for Introverts

One of the things I love most about the blogging world is the wide range of people who inhabit it: these days literally anyone with access to the internet can start a blog and share their interests and personality with the world, whether they are naturally outspoken, or on the quieter side.

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Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

‘No more Internet. No more social media, no more scrolling through litanies of dreams and nervous hopes and photographs of lunches, cries for help and expressions of contentment and relationship-status updates with heart icons whole or broken…’ I picked up Station Eleven on a bit of a whim the other week in Waterstones. The clashing orange font on white background… Read more »

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Two Books That Helped Kick-Start My Creativity

Two Books That Helped Kick-Start My Creativity

Recently, I’ve been feeling kind of uninspired in regards to my writing. I’ve been just about managing to stump up a couple of blog posts a week, but haven’t really done much in the way of fiction, or any non-blog related project, which considering one of my New Year’s Resolutions was to write more, is not great. So what did… Read more »

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Book Bloggers International

Just a quick post today! Yesterday I was featured over at Book Bloggers International – a great site devoted to connecting book bloggers all over the world – so if you want to check it out, you can do so here. If you haven’t already visited Book Bloggers International then it’s definitely a great place to have a browse and… Read more »

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The Most Annoying Character Traits

The Most Annoying Character Traits

One thing that can completely ruin a book for me is annoying characters, and there are certain character traits that just make me want to scream. Therefore, I decided to make a list of the character traits that annoy me most, and I’d love to know yours!

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