I remember being given very dull things to read at school, so much so that it put me off reading altogether. I had neither the desire nor the capacity to escape into the world of books, though I did show a natural talent for writing.
As the ship sails, ushering in a new day across the ocean, we say ‘bon voyage’ to 2016 and look forward to 2017. Whilst 2017 may bring in a mix of emotions, excitement mingled with fear and doubt as to what may lie ahead, a new year means a second chance to start anew.
To celebrate National Novel Writing Month, I thought I’d share with you some advice which will hopefully enable you to become a better writer.
There are many TV shows, each entertaining in its own right, but only a few manage to influence the way we think. Even though I claim from time to time that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is my favourite show (and of course, it is) when it comes to life lessons, Angel scores higher in the…
The year is going by so fast, I can’t believe that it’s November already. Today, I would like to share with you my October favourites and hopefully give you some ideas of new things to try.
The time has come for pumpkin carving and trick-or-treating. While many teens and young children will be going around the neighbourhood with baskets full of candy, we mere twenty-somethings will be spending Halloween in the company of good friends, scary movies and glasses of wine (or pumpkin spiced latte).
A bit of an overstatement? Not likely, and I’ll explain why shortly. Before we begin, let me give you a bit of background information on how I was first introduced to the world of Buffy.