Disclaimer: I would advise reading A Letter To My MP first There are a lot of things more exciting than receiving a fancy envelope with the House of Commons boldly written upon it, but there are also a lot of things that could be worse. I must admit that I felt slightly important and official, and… Read More Reply From My MP: Part 1?
Scanning my books that are piled up on my floor, bedside table, desk, wardrobe and bookshelf, I noticed a few things: I need to reread most of my collection again I need to buy a massive bookshelf I am rubbish at thinking of who to invite to my imaginary Christmas dinner event I managed to… Read More Literary characters I would invite for Christmas dinner
As I mentioned in my previous post, last week I attended a book talk hosted by Five Leaves, an independent bookshop in Nottingham. The talk was by the creator of the book, The Good Immigrant, Nikesh Shukla who inspired me to write a letter to the MP in the constituency my school resides in. Here… Read More A Letter to my MP
Today the most widely anticipated Christmas event in my Sixth Form arrived: the German Christmas market trip in Birmingham and this year did not disappoint. It was a day full of many selfies so I could select the best to use as my profile picture, the spending of money and a marvellous trip to Waterstones.… Read More December 12th : German Christmas Market Trip
Image source This week marks an incredibly sad point of my blogging existence, as it is the first week since I began, that I have not blogged on Tuesday. Sometimes life gets in the way and I can honestly say that it was for a very good reason which I will write about next week.… Read More Post Journalism Exam and Interview
Image source It may be the 2nd December but I have no shame in saying that I have already purchased all of my friend’s presents and wore my new pair of Christmas earrings to death along side my new Christmas jumper (that has a pug on). For most, Christmas has still not infected their lives… Read More December 2nd: Where did Christmas go?