Originally written July, 2018.Continue reading “Bats in the Belfry (a short story)”
The Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey
Publisher: Silver Sun Books
Published: Oct. 8th, 2020
My Riot by Rick Spears, Emmett Helen
Publisher: Oni Press
Release Date: Oct. 22nd, 2020
Late to awareness of this campaign (Oxfam, if you need a volunteer Marketing Assistant, I am available), Secondhand September was launched at the start of the month. Countryliving explains it best with their article opener of ‘#SecondHandSeptember is a 30-day campaign run by Oxfam encouraging people across the UK to stop buying new clothes for the month in a bid to curb our fast fashion habits’ (source).
I’m here to tell you a little bit about the two main ways you can take part in Secondhand September: Charity shopping, and Upcycling. And best of all? These are practices you can extend beyond September!Continue reading “Secondhand September”
Amy is an MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate. Active in the bookstagram community, you can find her over on Insta @readingwithamy_. With science being a life passion for her, she is here to talk about how important science is for the future.
Samantha is a Birmingham based artist. Today, she shares with us some hard-hitting truths about turbulent relationships from her own experience, and explains why you are better off without the person, and the relationship. If you would like to check out and support her amazing artwork, take a look at her website: www.thecreepypaintbox.com.
Devil’s Lettuce by Mary-Jane (pseudonym)
Publisher: Independently through Amazon
I’m writing this in response to two graduate job applications that I have seen now that require a university degree to apply, as well as for you to stipulate all of your GCSE, AS & A2 results in your application – which, considering the DISASTROUS government grading algorithm during the pandemic, seems even more relevant.
Some of this has been taken directly from the cover letter I wrote whilst applying for one of the jobs – needless to say, I never heard back from the employer. If you’re somehow reading this, Palladian Publishing, consider sending out rejection emails to those unsuccessful; it is infuriating to receive no response from employers, although that often seems to be the norm and understandable considering many jobs have hundreds of applicants, but that doesn’t mean one can’t send out an auto-generated rejection to keep job seekers informed – but that’s a discussion for another time.Continue reading “GCSE/A-Level Results on Graduate Job Applications: thoughts?”
Hell was Full by Branson Reese
Published: July 2020
Publisher: Oni Press
I am organising a blog tour for my upcoming MA Project, ‘Devil’s Lettuce’, and I am looking for blogs and bookstagrams to participate! I have a wide range of options for participation in.
The tour will run from August 25th – August 31st, kicking off right here!
Devil’s Lettuce is an anthology of poems, short stories, and stream of consciousness writings written whilst under the influence of THC.
A formal ‘press release’ of the publication will follow soon!
If you’re interested in participating in the blog tour, please fill out the Google Form:
I can’t wait to start working with you all!