Book Review: Let The Dead Speak, Jane Casey’s Twistiest Mystery Yet

Let The Dead Speak by Jane Casey Unpicking her twistiest crime scene yet, Maeve Kerrigan is back – and she’s had a promotion. At the end of 2015, the book I wanted to read didn’t seem to exist. There seemed to be a lack of crime novels with ambitious young heroines as protagonists, though there were … More Book Review: Let The Dead Speak, Jane Casey’s Twistiest Mystery Yet

Hearing the Voice: Storytelling with Juliet Conlin

“Subject your senses – all five of them – to a wide range of different experiences. Challenge your preferences and dare to be uncomfortable. I think that if we always stay inside a narrow comfort zone, this weakens our ability to perceive and understand the world around us. Make your brain work!” … More Hearing the Voice: Storytelling with Juliet Conlin

A Cup Of Get Sh*t Done

Get shit done. As a mantra, I don’t imagine my granny would approve. But it’s seen me through deadlines, races, awkward meetings, breakups, and pretty much my entire twenty-something life. More thousands of words to write than hours in the day? Get shit done. No sleep, surviving on coffee, horrible “real-life” workload? Get shit done. Want to stay in … More A Cup Of Get Sh*t Done

I’m an impostor & everyone is about to find out

A fear that teachers or colleagues will realise you have no real grasp on the work.

A snake of insecurity that means you can’t comprehend how you deserve to be part of a friendship circle.

A shiver of apprehension every time you have to present something because of a belief that your ideas or results can’t possibly be enough.

Or – as in my case – a cold, constant voice in the back of your head telling you that you are not really a writer, that you’ve been fooling everyone and one day they’ll turn on you because of it.

Oh yes, it’s time to talk Impostor Syndrome.

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Ch-ch-ch-changes: 2016, the story of a quarter-life breakthrough

It’s that time of the year again. Everything tastes of change – the air, the breeze, the extra shot of espresso in the morning. There’s something about the shift through autumn into winter that puts the year in perspective. And as 2016 moves to its close, I figure it’s time to look back at everything that’s happened.

Prepare for some oversharing. And some cheese. And some gifs. As per. … More Ch-ch-ch-changes: 2016, the story of a quarter-life breakthrough