If you have been following my blog for sometime, you will know that in July 2016 I graduated from the university of Sunderland with a 2:1 in Childhood Studies. And since announcing my really not-so-sudden career change to adult nursing I have received so many questions as to why the change in career? Will I … Continue reading The Career Change
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In June 2016, I applied for a job at a care home for adults with disabilities, and amazingly I got the job, however the care home was quite some distance from home, and it December I left, and got a job much closer to home. I started my new job in January and I … Continue reading A Day in The Life of a Care and Support Worker
I have briefly touched on this over on my Twitter, but I thought I would be better to write a little post talking over what is going to be happening over on my blog over the coming, days, months and years. In September I will be starting a year journey to become a registered … Continue reading Same old, yet all brand new
Now that my YALC hangover has subsided, and life outside is a little quieter I have a spare moment to share with you all my time at YALC. If you aren't sure as to what YALC is, earlier this year I discussed the books that I wished to read before the convention, and went through … Continue reading YALC, YALC, YALC
n three years I will be able to vote and I will still have less power than I did at the moment that I saw that email, which was such a tiny thing but look what happened.
Fifteen-year-old Alena never really knew her political activist mother, who died when she was a baby. She has grown up with her older half-brother Danny and his boyfriend Nick in the east end of London. Now the area is threatened by a bomber who has been leaving explosive devices in supermarkets. It is only a matter of time before a bomb goes off.
A few days ago one of my closest friends, and fellow bloggers - Bradley - from Bradley's Book Nook shared his favourite novels, quotes and characters with us, and I absolutely loved his post so I thought I would share with you a few of my own bookish favourites. You can also read Bradley's post here! Young Adult Novel Looking … Continue reading My Favourite..
We all wish for something, whether we are wishing for matching front covers, squeals to our favourite novels or for characters to fall in love, a wish is never far from our lips. And when it comes to bookish wishes, I have plenty. If I just so happened to stumble upon a genie, I think … Continue reading 3 Bookish Wishes
Looking back towards the end of last year I blogged about 7 of my biggest confessions as a reader, and rereading them has made me think of a few more confessions. I sometimes fold the corners of books, only tiny little folds but yes I sometimes fold them. When picking up books in a charity … Continue reading Confessions of a Reader
Title: The Flight of a Starling Author: Lisa Heathfield Publisher: Egmont Publishing Publication Date: 29th June 2017 Genre: YA Pages: 320 pages Extract: Rita and Lo, sisters and best friends, have spent their lives on the wing – flying through the air in their trapeze act, never staying in one place for long. Behind the greasepaint and the glitter, … Continue reading REVIEW | The Flight of the Starling by Lisa Heathfield
I found this tag on My Little Book Blog - and although it was originally posted back in 2016 I quite liked some of the questions, and it will give a little information in to what kind of reader that I am. As there are 50 questions I will try to keep my answers short … Continue reading The Fifty Bookish Questions Book Tag