Hello lovely people, here's a surprise - original non academic related material just for you! I've finished my second year of university this week so can't wait to give my blog a little TLC for a while. So here you go: I ran a Twitter Poll a couple of weeks ago asking what people most … Continue reading Highland ‘Coos’ and Deep Fried Mars Bars – 24 Hours in Edinburgh
A post discussing whether the quality of the material in which academics from online journals is necessarily better than that found in book chapters. This is the final installment from my academic blog which was assessed as part of a module at university.
We live in the generation of the ‘three click society’. This refers to the average amount of time it takes a person to find the information they are searching for on the internet. Apps deliver Breaking News Alerts. New Releases from an author are documented in a Facebook Event. You can be sure that the … Continue reading The ‘Three Click’ Society
This was one of my favourite posts to create last summer and, now that I've had a little bit of spare time, I couldn't wait to compile a new collection. It's a common complaint for an English student to have; I spend so much time reading (or not reading) course material and critical views that I have … Continue reading My Easter Bookshelf
Hello lovely people. I realised that although I'm constantly updating and messing around with the layout and graphics of this blog I haven't actually written any original content for a long while 😦 It's currently Easter which means I'm resting and recuperating from my busiest term yet and also churning out academic, paid and volunteer … Continue reading The whole ‘adult’ thing
University assessments have rolled around again and this comes in hand with me neglecting my writing duties. Any spare moment that I have I am currently putting into my essays but I can assure you that I will be back more regularly soon. Currently I am blogging once at month for my job at Loughborough … Continue reading The Rise of Self Publication
Several weeks ago I published a blog called 'It's Time to Talk' about my ongoing struggle with anxiety. Within this, I made reference to a article I was currently penning as part of my published student blog at university. I told you that I would share this here with you upon publication; so here you go! … Continue reading #TimeToTalkAgain
During the summer I wrote a detailed post about a day trip I took to the city of Birmingham and it was one of my favourite pieces to write. Therefore, a couple of weeks ago I took a week out after my university assessments and traveled down south for a couple of adventure packed days … Continue reading A Southern Adventure