Being a lover of Young Adult novels since I was a young adult myself (go figure!), I knew I was in for a treat when I finally got round to reading The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon. Of course, I felt that I was the last person to have got my hands… Continue reading The Sun is Also a Star – Nicola Yoon
‘Art is the whisper of history, heard above the noise of time’. As anyone who knows me will know, I have an extreme dislike of any spoilers. I never read any surrounding material of any pop culture. Though I don’t judge a book by its cover, I will rarely read a blurb, as too often… Continue reading The Noise of Time – Julian Barnes
For years now I have lusted over trinkets, homewares and art on Etsy. And for nearly the same amount of time I wanted to be a part of that community. So, this month I finally took the plunge. Introducing: AK Stitch Studio. If you follow me on my personal Instagram, it won’t come as… Continue reading Introducing: AK Stitch Studio
Han Kang follows up Man Booker prize winning The Vegetarian with a brutal look at the Gwangju massacre in South Korea in 1980. The novel, split into six core chapters, interweaves multiple characters, though our centre is Dong-ho, a young boy who is tragically murdered. Another chapter shows the viciousness of censorship in 1980’s South Korea… Continue reading Book Review: Han Kang – Human Acts
How Hal Elrod’s Miracle Morning helped transform my morning routine
You’ve heard it a thousand times before that waking up refreshed and ready for the day begins with the night before. This is how I took back control of my night-times.
Aka how I got my shit organised and how it stayed that way. Hey Gang! How’s those new years resolutions coming along? Mine are all going swimmingly, especially my leisure ones: I am reading my fifth book of the year (A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin), I have watched 6/100 films (We just… Continue reading Adventures in Bullet Journaling