When I was younger, I wrote a short story based around a girl living in a lighthouse. I was fascinated by this concept. What would it be like? If you were a kid, what would you do for entertainment? What would it feel like to live inside the walls of a lighthouse with a storm
When it comes to following a map, there are two types of people. Type A: those who will follow a map and get to the desired place immediately. Get there as soon as possible; the end. Or, type B: those who will start with the intention of following the map- but what’s that over there?
I walk under wooden beams and in between timeworn bookshelves. The scent of book dust is everywhere, and the sound of creaking erupts from the floorboards at every step. It’s nearly 10pm at Gladstone Library, and the doors to the Theology Room are about to be locked. Tiptoeing down a refurbished spiral staircase, I pen
With the new year quickly approaching, I just wanted to make a quick post that has a lot of information to do with this blog all on one page! Throughout 2019, I plan to spend a lot more time on Travel Writing, and hopefully, you will be able to see how I improve over the
We sit there and stare at our phones in confusion. How did we miss it? How did we end up in the middle of a housing estate in Bewdley when we were supposed to be in the middle of a graveyard in Claines? After 30 minutes’ worth of driving, my friend and I pull over