The only bad things in adulthood are deposits and tax

I’ve been missing for a long while, but if you follow me on all those nasty debilitating social media platforms such as twitter and instagram, you will know why. Since around May I have been busy finishing my degree. It was pretty tough trying to write in between finishing a final porrfolio and trying to find a “real job.” Throughout…
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The one in which I come back intact after self-publishing a book

It’s difficult to write. Writing a novel is difficult, if you’ve every tried that adventure. Even a short stort story, where there’s a lot of limitation on charcter develepoment and how much you can talk about. You could say I went for the easy way out in my publication project- I decided to do a poetry chapbook. Nothing big, between…
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How to Write a Personal Statment + Extra Tips for future English Students

Do you feel like you’re late with this? Everyone started writing their personal statements early, like in summer or something crazy, and here you are, nearly at Christmas and still have no idea what you’re doing. No pressure, right? Hopefully this short guide will help you out, I’ve been there myself. My school was rubbish at explaining the UCAS application process, they…
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Why I’m not Writing a Dissertation

It was a last minute decision, as always. End of September and I was catching up with my tutors to decide on a dissertation topic for English Language. I didn’t hand in a dissertation proposal before the summer, because decisions and I -well- our relationship is more than complicated. Once I sat down to think, I came up with a…
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How to quickly plan a novel for NaNoWriMo+Free Printable Novel Planner

You knew it was coming up for months. Your mail box was spammed by NaNoWriMo emails which you managed to ignore because you’ll find time. “I’ll plan my novel closer to November” you say and before you realise, you’re hangover from the Halloween parties (or spamming Stranger Things 2) and it’s the first day of NaNoWriMo. You’re still up to…
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