Life Update

I don’t normally do posts like this but I thought; why not start and there was a few things I just felt like sharing here on my blog. First of all, I was really pleased to pass the milestone of 50,000 words on my current work in progress - my novel! I was stuck in … Continue reading Life Update


It’s Okay to Not be Okay

Sometimes, in fact rather often, people need to be reminded of the fact that it is okay to not be okay.Β  Today's super fast paced and social media centred society does not like to let us remember it - but it is normal, it is good and it is fine to not be fine. It … Continue reading It’s Okay to Not be Okay


Day 19 of the October writing prompt challenge. Change Change is inevitable and unavoidable. There can be no going back. Every second that passes and moment that flies away, more change greets you. Once a change has arrived and announced itself, there can be no unchanging. Only more change. You cannot go back to the … Continue reading Change


Day 15 of the October writing prompt challenge Calm The calm before the storm Quiet and still and waiting Knowing Expecting But calm The calm after the passion Recovering and learning lessons Content Breathing And calm The calm in between the anxieties Safe and full of wisdom Experienced Trusting And calm The calm after the … Continue reading Calm


Day 13 of the October writing prompt challenge! Unwritten My future self sits at the table, or sits by the window, or on the sofa... With one of my many notebooks and a pen in my hands, or my laptop, or a scrap piece of paper... And I write the words that come to me, … Continue reading Unwritten

A Lost Key

Day 7 of the October writing prompt challenge. A Lost KeyThe box sat in the middle of the table. She studied its every detail. It was more than a century old. A beautiful box adorned with intricate carvings of lustrous patterns. It was made from a rich mahogany and the edges were all trimmed with … Continue reading A Lost Key

To Do

Day 6 of the October writing prompt challenge To Do All that was left was a To Do list of meaningless things. Buy bin bags Fix leaky tap Call electricity supplier Find cheaper broadband Water plants Buy cat food Clean the windows Meaningless. Mundane. These things went unfinished but they would have added no real … Continue reading To Do


Day 5 of the October writing prompt challenge Time A day without him went by like a week. A day with him passed as quickly as a second. And the time they had together seemed so little and felt even less. She lost herself in his company. As in she lost all of her worries, … Continue reading Time