After finishing Dream A Little Dream (2015), I noted that reading Giovanna Fletcher's writing was like having a chat with an old friend. This is still true and, perhaps, has evolved in the tone and narrative in Some Kind of Wonderful (2017). When we begin to read a book, we want to be able to … Continue reading Some Kind of Wonderful – Giovanna Fletcher| A Book Review
There is a reason we are here, although it all seems arbitrary some days, we all have a purpose, we all have a dream, and we are all capable of reaching it. Like a filmic epiphany I have finally reached a point where I am, without a doubt, certain that the only career I can … Continue reading ‘DESTINED’ | New Poem + Explanation
Okay, granted it's not midnight yet as I'm writing this, it's actually currently 7 minutes to BUT the sentiment is the same. Many nights I find myself awake staring at my laptop screen and killing time, too awake to sleep and too tired to do anything huge. That midnight madness where my mind decides it's … Continue reading It’s Midnight and My Mind Is Awake
So... I've been taking a little while trying to figure out what I wanted write about next, thinking of ideas and then scrapping them again, I didn't want to write another book review yet because I haven't finished one recently. Truth be told I've just been wanting to talk about this; living life right. As … Continue reading Living life right.
I realised I hadn't written anything non review related in a while, and I've been thinking about this subject quite a lot recently, so here we are. The thing that defines many people in the creative industries, and helps to further their careers is their independent style, and ultimately what it is about them that … Continue reading Knowing your creative style/identity.
Last week I found myself binge-watching Carrie Hope Fletcher videos on YouTube, and I stumbled upon her video "Dear Tom+Gi| The One Where I Read A Lot of Books" which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8BbmPOpQzw In the video she mentions a book called 'The Year I Met You' by Cecelia Ahern which sounded rather interesting, so the … Continue reading The Year I Met You – A Review
Creative subjects and careers have long been misunderstood and underrated; teaching arts in schools has constantly been under threat, and there's this weird, unfair view that often comes with it, that it's an 'easy' field. So, it's no surprise that working in a creative field, people can often lose faith in what they're doing, and whether … Continue reading Keeping the Faith with Creative Projects