I must admit, when I opened the book and noticed the lack of quotation marks when it came to the characters dialogue, it completely threw me. What threw me more, however, was how easily I could still distinguish paragraph from dialogue as if the quotation marks were there the whole time. There's not much to … Continue reading Conversations With Friends – Sally Rooney | A Book Review
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Sometimes we have to remind ourselves that dark nights and tiredness, demotivation and loneliness are not infinite. We have been told it a thousand times, we read it in magazines, in inspirational quotes, and it sinks in for a brief moment before we forget it all over again. We wake up, struggle, find ourselves heavier … Continue reading Learning How to Get Up After The Fall Again
When you're a creative type of person and you take the decision to pursue a career in one of the many creative sectors, especially those heavily public ones, many will agree that the chances of you suffering some form of mental illness are quite high. That is not to defer anyone from following their dreams, … Continue reading How To Be A ‘Creative’ And Deal With Mental Illness
The past few weeks have been a bit strange for me, sort of had a momentary mental breakdown and was trying to piece myself back together. Now I'm feeling better I wanted to write something that represents a lot of the insomniac thoughts that often occur during my difficult moments. Enjoy. A Letter To The … Continue reading A Letter To The Moon | A New Poem
Here's my newest poem and considering its such a brief one I also wanted to briefly talk about the subject it concerns. Lost in The Rush I would rather sit And admire the brief sun As it beetles in through the gaps, Than spend my time in the dark, Trying to get out faster, And … Continue reading Lost in the Rush | New Poem + Discussion