Recently, to take our minds off Covid-19, Demi Lovato and Sam Smith have released a new hit. It has been quickly noticed, complimented and criticised. I heard a lot about it and decide to have a listen. I have written about my views and what I don’t like. Please listen to the song and tell … Continue reading I’m ready-Demi Lovato and Sam Smith
Latest the books on our shelf updates…
You may have noticed that I have been branching out on what I write in my posts ever since lockdown started. Well, when we started this blog, I was told by my parents that a blog is a place where you can write about a topic of great interest to you. I love books, my … Continue reading Latest the books on our shelf updates…
!!Making sure you are in a good mood!!
So we're all stuck in our houses, trying to not be as lethargic as usual and get some stuff done. Have you been in a swampy mood all the time? It's a fact that if you aren't being active then you will always be in a bad mood. I am in those moods all the … Continue reading !!Making sure you are in a good mood!!
!!!Lock down writing N.02!!!
Because of the lock down, I have been stuck at home all day. So I am doing a writing prompt every day! Try your hand at a few... PROMPT: INCLUDE THE PHRASE "YOU KNOW I'M NO GOOD" Down in the darkness of the prison in max security, there lies a figure. Me. With scars … Continue reading !!!Lock down writing N.02!!!
The 1000 Year Old Boy-Ross Welford
The 1000 year old boy is a brilliant book which in a very simple way explains quite a strange and difficult concept. This book tells the story of a boy called Alfie. He is a completely normal boy. Except for the fact that he has a lucid memory of the last viking invasion. Completely normal. … Continue reading The 1000 Year Old Boy-Ross Welford
Orion Lost-Alastair Chrisholm
Orion Lost is a brilliant, action packed sci fi novel with incredible turns and jaw dropping twists. I hung on to every single word of this unputdownable book and it has helped me to improve my writing and vocabulary. I do think that in some areas the author could have used some description rather … Continue reading Orion Lost-Alastair Chrisholm
!!!LOCKDOWN WRITING N.01!!!
Due to COVID-19 everyone is stuck in doors, so I'm following a daily writing prompt generator on Facebook. Here is what I have written so far. #lockdownwriting #notlockingdownmywriting DAY 1 IN THIS WRITING PROMPT, WE HAVE TO WRITE ABOUT PERSON A MEETING PERSON B AND THINKING THAT THEY HAVE MET BEFORE. "Hi," said Eros, timidly. … Continue reading !!!LOCKDOWN WRITING N.01!!!
A Long Way From Home
Recently, BBC Radio 2, organised a 500 word - story - writing competition for children aged between 5-13. I made lots of different stories before making the difficult decision of which one to submit. I have decided to share a few of the drafts I created on this blog. Here is the first one: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ … Continue reading A Long Way From Home
The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinback
The Grapes of Wrath is a passionate book, it’s Steinback accusing the society of wrongdoing and it leaves you with a deep sense of social injustice. Set in 1930’s, during the Great Depression- the story focusses on the Joad family. Focussing on just one family gives Steinback the opportunity to go in-depth into each family … Continue reading The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinback
A Darkness of Dragons – S A Patrick
This is a very captivating book. However, if I had to describe it in one word, it would most definitely be grim. If you are not a huge fan of books with betrayal, witches, evil, death and more than enough blood... Then, I suggest you run away screaming when you see this book. I think … Continue reading A Darkness of Dragons – S A Patrick