Reblog: A mini series review of Rick Riordan’s fantasy series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
Remember that time you saw a character play with a gun, clean the gun, throw the gun and you wondered when it would be used? Here’s Chekhov’s Gun Theory.
Today, I was going to post an update on my Mandatory Reconsideration (MR) and applying to tribunal. It’s all written out explaining that I have been awarded 8 points in Daily Living after the MR appeal(a surprise considering their stats) but that I am still going to the tribunal. Only […]
One of the key words associated with your whole university experience is dissertation but it seems ages away—until it isn’t. Here are 12 tips to help you write it!
Book Title: Teeth: The First Bite Book Author: Chele Cooke Book Series: Teeth Series Number: Book #1 Genre: Fantasy, romance, YA, vampires First Published: December 2014 Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Hi, and welcome to […]
This post will discuss two Blue Badge related topics. The first topic is the changes to the Blue Badge Scheme that are due to take place in 2019—which will include […]
Book Title: The Colour of Magic Book Author: Terry Pratchett Book Series: Discworld Series Number: Book #1/41 Genre: Fantasy, Sci-fi, children’s First Published: December 1983 Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ I had two reasons for […]
Hi guys can’t post a book review today but I hope you enjoy this reblog of a post I found
Ok, I’ve been wanting to do this kind of post for a while now but feared I might get the tone wrong. I don’t want to sound angry, though this […]
Book Title: Sophie’s World Book Author: Jostein Gaarder Book Series: N/A Genre: I don’t know how to answer that, First Published: December 1991 Star Rating⭐⭐⭐⭐ For the last four or five years, my […]
The Problems with Public Transport Personally, I try and avoid public transport if I can help it. You never know what you are going to get from one minute to […]
Join Lizzie from the blog, It’s Me Lizzie as they discuss the three types of good antagonists—the characters that are so villainous, they’re good!
This isn’t a book review as such. In truth, it’s an essay I wrote for coursework. On the other hand, there are aspects of it that read like a book […]
Previously I wrote about my Personal Independent Payment (P.I.P) Interegation and my own results with the P.I.P process. I saw a piece of news on my friend’s facebook wall about a […]