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(Travelling to) Exeter

Whilst travelling to Exeter I was either looking out the window, asleep, or reading.

I took a few books with me (it was a 4 hour journey each way) but only finished a couple of them whilst on my weekend away. 110 more words


The beach

Because I live in a coastal city, the ‘Shore’ is a place were I always want to go to clear my head and read something which will take my mind away from it all. 31 more words



In the unusually warm British weather, my back garden has become a sunbathing/reading/relaxing spot.

Let’s get one thing straight – I cannot, and will never be tan… 70 more words



Although some of you have seen me harp on about my halls of residence at university too many times in my other blog, Founders is my number one reading spot when I’m in Egham. 42 more words


The Greatness Near Us!

Being a writer is a delightful job, isn’t it? You get to write every single thing that you want to write. From old school fables to modern day fantasy, writing has evolved, extraordinarily. 270 more words

English Literature

Aporia II

A poem is a person that
Walks with a slight
Limp. Taps on red doors.

Whispers through grates that gush
Up to cool paving stones… 19 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about Thomas Paine

Five fun facts about Thomas Paine, firebrand of the American War of Independence

1. Paine’s pamphlet Common Sense remains one of the bestselling books in American publishing history. 511 more words