Sisterhood, literally, is the relationship between sisters, but it is often used to refer to the relationship between women.

The wonderful bellsiebooks (who has a wonderful taste in music, by the way) has been kind enough to nominate me for the Sisterhood of the World Award. You can read her post here.

How it works:

1) Thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their blog in your post.
2) Answer the questions that the blogger who nominated you has provided.
3) Nominate ten other bloggers (or up to 10).
4) Create ten questions for your nominees and notify them of their nominations.

My Answers

1) If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Probably to New Zealand – I’ve always wanted to visit.

2) What is your preferred genre to read?
I don’t really have a preferred genre.

3) What was the best book you’ve read so far this summer?
Go Set A Watchman, Harper Lee. But I’ve only read four books so far this summer.

4) Quick pick: sweet or salty?

5) Do you like listening to music when you’re working/writing/reading or do you need silence?
I tend to need silence, unless it’s classical music, because the lyrics interrupt with my brain. I’m not good at multitasking.

6) What’s your dream job?
In the broadest of terms, I want to be a freelance creative. You can read more about what this means here. Continue reading Sisterhood


Your eyes were cold alas I still felt your warmth. Your confessions were so dark they burned through my skin alas I still didn’t break. Your mind was twisted alas I still stood my ground, not tangled within your branches – or, maybe I was too tangled to realise. But now secrets spill from your tainted hands and your tongue is a serpent, stringing metaphors around my throat and choking me; and I don’t trust you anymore.

— Fictional response to the title of this post.–

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Calling Me

Blogging is a lot about creating and sharing your own content; it’s considered, by many, an art form, because of the strenuous effort and lengthy time bloggers spend refining their words. But, blogging can be just as much about curating and sharing other’s work as it can be about creating your own. Continue reading Calling Me