Where have I been?

Maybe I should welcome myself back to this blog instead of welcoming you, dear reader. How many years has it been since I've done a review, or even posted a poem? Too many. Where have I been and why did I quit this blog? I know where I've been but I have no clue why… Continue reading Where have I been?

June Favorites

I know this strays a bit from my usual posts but I've been a bit busy so I'm not able to review as much as I want and as June is finally over, I thought I would do a quick post about my favorites from June 2014 including all sorts of wonderful purchases. It does… Continue reading June Favorites

The problem I’ve found with Street Photography

 Street Photography is the cool kid of the photography class. There is no way to deny this fact, its the equivalent of graffiti in the Art world (I know Photography is Art - just shush I'm trying to write here!). Street Photographers are admired for their originality or their ability to boldly push their lenses… Continue reading The problem I’ve found with Street Photography

The Wicked + The Divine #1 – Rachel Reads

  I know I've been quiet for a week but I do have a suitable excuse I've been really sick so have been mainly watching TV and stupid horror films such as The Amityville Horror. So as I've not been reading as much as I should (I've just started Me, Earl and the Dying Girl),… Continue reading The Wicked + The Divine #1 – Rachel Reads

The frightening prospect of Online Dating as a Student!

 I’d been on Okcupid 4 days and 97 people have said they liked my profile alone. I have received 39 messages and most of them contain just a ‘hey’ or ‘how are you doing?’ Most of them I've ignored, some I've replied to but not with great enthusiasm. When I was younger, I could have… Continue reading The frightening prospect of Online Dating as a Student!

More than this by Patrick Ness – Rachel Reads

After another productive trip to Waterstones, I came out with a copy of More than this by Patrick Ness. He is renowned young fiction author and has won the Carnegie Medal among other fantastic awards.   So basic blurb: "A boy called Seth drowns, desperate and alone in his final moments, losing his life as… Continue reading More than this by Patrick Ness – Rachel Reads