Weekly Wrap Up (9th – 15th of July) ~ Haul Time!

Hello awesome creatures! It feels like summer is FINALLY here, although it’s been kinda windy for the past three days or so. Still, no storms and no clouds mean that I can finally go to the beach, I can go for swimming and I can deal much better with my grief and depression. So, this…

48-hour Readathon. Or so I thought it would be…

There a reason why I’m not a huge fan of TBRs, readathons and the like, and last weekend this belief of mine became even more apparent inside my mind. It’s because every time I say that I will do nothing but read all day long, something always comes up to change my plans completely. Although,…

STORY TIME ~ THE QUERY JOURNEY

There comes a day when you finally finish your WIP. You have drafted and redrafted countless times, drinking hundreds of cups of coffee, because… You have added and deleted scenes, have read the entire project till you know it by heart, making sure there’s not even the idea of a plot hole in it. Your…

STORY TIME: What I learnt in my Flash Fiction workshop this summer.

Every June over the last three years, I participated in the British Council’s summer schools, in association with Kingston University. Back in 2016 I participated in a Fiction Writing course, last year in a Publishing/Editing workshop, and this year in a fantastic Flash Fiction course. I knew so little regarding Flash Fiction, not only as…

Weekly Wrap Up (June 25th – July 1st) ~ Family Moments

Hello awesome nerds and welcome to the first weekly wrap up for the month of July, which basically focuses on everything that happened during the last week of June.  Apparently something went terribly wrong with the scheduling of my posts but anyways… Stuff like that can happen, still here I am once again to tell…

FAVOURITES OF JUNE 2018

Hello awesome nerds and happy July everyone! We’re literary in the heart of summer. Or at least those of us who live in the northern hemisphere are! June was a bittersweet month, for it took me completely by surprise at the beginning, with the most AMAZING news, and at the end my depression basically got the…