Book review, Creative writing, photography

Book Review: The One Memory Of Flora Banks by Emily Barr

This book is about a young female called Flora, who has anterograde amnesia. This condition affects her everyday life, as she is required to use her memory for most things. One day she has intimate contact with a boy, on the beach and suddenly it changes her life. She remembers something and this excites her.… Continue reading Book Review: The One Memory Of Flora Banks by Emily Barr

Creative writing, Landscape Photography, photography

London Bridge Viewsย 

After a seminar workshop last night, I went for a stroll by the River Thames and caught three landscape photographs. It was nice to stop off and get the best images I can before setting off on my travels home. I'd like to share those pictures with you all..         ๐Ÿ“ธTaken by… Continue reading London Bridge Viewsย 

Creative writing, Music review

Young T x Bugsey – 4 x 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZFqCXO2zKY&feature=youtu.be Young T and Bugsey are a rap duo from Nottingham, United Kingdom, who have been delivering consistent bangers for a while now. They first made their mark in the music scene with the track Glistenin, afterwards releasing No Mickey Mouse Ting, and a collaborative feature with Belly Squad called Gangland. All their music is… Continue reading Young T x Bugsey – 4 x 4

Creative writing, Event Review

#TheGrimeShow LIVE

This show is usually a 3 hour radio segment on Rinse FM (106.8FM) , which is hosted by Sir Spyro. He gathers a range of MCs in the studio, to deliver memorable freestyles, while spinning grime instrumentals on the decks. However this time round, the listeners got to witness the behind-the-scenes action live, with few… Continue reading #TheGrimeShow LIVE

Book review, Creative writing

Book Review: A Quiet Kind Of Thunder by Sara Bernardย 

  This book is written by a lady called Sara Bernard.  It discusses the complications couples face, when in a relationship with a language barrier. For example, the main characters Rhys and Steffi. Rhys is deaf and Steffi can't speak (she has selective mutism), so therefore they communicate through sign language and lip read. It… Continue reading Book Review: A Quiet Kind Of Thunder by Sara Bernardย