Below I have ranked every book I’ve read in 2022 out of 5. Nothing received lower than 2 and my top tier seems to be reserved almost exclusively for Harry Potter! So far I’ve read 53 books, exceeding my yearly target of 52! I am currently reading ‘My Year of Rest and Relaxation’ by OttessaContinue reading “The books I read in 2022”
Category Archives: art
How I make personalised greeting cards
A step by step guide to making sustainable personalised greeting cards…
Some of the goals I am working towards!
The Girl Who Drank the Moon: A book review.
“I would say this book is not about magic insomuch as it IS magic. It embodies magic, magic is seeping out of the pages.” Hear my thoughts on this book about witches, dragons, love, and hope.
My Film Photography!
A few of my favourite photos I have taken on my film camera so far.
Lost at Home
I long to escape Into bustling cities Filled with the hopefuls and the hopeless Into vintage book shops Where I can travel into lands of love And peace and imagination; Into deserted villages Where community was once hand-stitched Into every garden gate and passing neighbour. I want to disappear Into the arms of a strangerContinue reading “Lost at Home”
On an evening in early spring When the sky was a black canvas Splashed with sparkling silver paint I tried to empty the thoughts that filled my mind Or at least divide them into categories, In my internal filing cabinet Only to find that the biggest folder Was overflowing with you It was a gradualContinue reading “Everything”
Are you aware of how comfortably You lay in my arms, After you’d drowned in a thousand tears And I’d told you that I understood; There were days I couldn’t even breathe? And do you realise how soundly You slept next to me, The blood drying on your fragile skin, After I told you thatContinue reading “Drowning”
To Be Human
I recently went to see an Antony Gormley exhibition in Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Prior to this trip, all I knew about this sculptor is that he is the artist behind ‘Another Place’ at Crosby Beach in Liverpool, a place I have spent many happy summers days with my friends and family at University. I alsoContinue reading “To Be Human”