Writers Readers is a series which reminds writers about one of the most important sources of writing education - other writers' books. Every edition of Writers Readers brings you books I loved (or hated), with reviews you can actually learn from, and tips about how to become the writer you want to be, through reading.… Continue reading Writers Readers: Me Before You – book vs. movie
A few days ago realisation hit me - I am lucky enough to be spending 6 days a week writing. I guess that makes me a full-time writer... Ok, it doesn't, especially as only 3 of those days are paid. But across those days, I have to handle multiple writing projects, and it can be… Continue reading How to handle multiple writing projects like a pro
It's now been almost 8 months since I put the first words in an empty Word document, which I later named Jeremiah and Natasha (which is also the working title of my novel). Fast forward 8 months, and this document has grown to be 136 page, containing 74,000 words, most of which I am proud of.… Continue reading Writing a novel: pointless or fulfilling?
Writers Readers is a series which reminds writers about one of the most important sources of writing education - other writers' books. Every edition of Writers Readers brings you books I loved (or hated), with reviews you can actually learn from, and tips about how to become the writer you want to be, through reading. Today's… Continue reading Writers Readers: ‘Secret Keeping for Beginners’ by Maggie Alderson
Arguably Honest came to life a little over a year ago. A year and a month to be (almost) exact. I was in the middle of the (very entertaining) revision for my Financial Mathematics and Business Statistics module, and looking for a way to procrastinate. As you do. I felt that I desperately needed (I tend… Continue reading Same look, new life. The Arguably Honest relaunch.
Sound impossible, right? It near enough is, when you can't live with your boyfriend, and don't want to share a room with some stranger (Jesus Christ, never, ever, just no. I'm an only child and enjoy walking around naked. Enough said.). During my second year away from education I somehow got myself into a terribly… Continue reading How I survived on £900 a month in London
I have spent 1.5 years of my 23 years long life working in customer service. Might not seem like much, but that's more than half of my working life. In that time, I've worked as a shop assistant, a shampoo technician (the most insane job title I'll probably ever have), receptionist, and waitress. I will… Continue reading The life lessons from working in customer service