Reviews are a great way to improve your own writing, even when you’re writing about someone else’s work, as when you critique you can then see what works and what doesn’t work.
Life offers questions and a multitude of pathways which each and every one of you has the opportunity to explore, only there are no reruns, no restarting at the last checkpoint.
As I hastily approach the 700 follower mark on Twitter it begins to hit me, nearly 700 people actually want to see my posts, support my writing and like my tweets.
It’s kooky and it’s abstract. It’s colourful and eccentric. It’s the new Amazon Original American Gods. (Cue Adam’s Family theme tune).
On this father’s day, I want to thank you, Dad, for all the life lessons you’ve taught me and the lessons you will teach me.
Maybe I’ve been spoiled by the number of rubbish birthdays I’ve experienced, maybe I’m getting cynical as I grow older, or maybe I just have too high an expectation of what a birthday should be. Either way, this year something was very different.
It’s here. The Halsey album I’ve been waiting for since I heard the Now or Never track.
When discussing my thoughts on Alien Covenant, my colleague told me that she thought none of the films had lived up to the original 1979 Alien release.
Much like a bus, two awards arrived when I wasn’t expecting any. Thank you ever so much to Tish MacWebber for the nomination. I always love seeing my friends and family receive recognition for their work as it inspires a sense of pride. To be actually provided an award of my own for doing something I love is incredible.
A few days ago I submitted my work on the off chance it would receive a bit more exposure and develop my networking. What I didn’t expect was to be nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award. I would like to thank Rock Your World for the recent nomination (and recommend that you check out the blog!).