Books & Writing

June Book Wrap Up.

I managed to read five books in June, which is pretty great! I did a long weekend in Budapest and a festival in Albania, so I got through a lot of reading on each flight. Airplanes are my favourite place to read! I love that I can’t get distracted by the internet and I just […]

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Travel

Budapest

Hi, welcome to the world of lazy blogging where I can’t reaeaally be bothered to write anything about Budapest, but want you to know that I loved it and here are some snaps (mostly of me eating) to prove that I don’t just sit in my flat all day writing like the hermit that I […]

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Life

June Goals.

I’m still lowkey convinced that it’s February, so it’s kind of a big shock to write “June” in the headline of this blog post today. But oh, I can feel that this is going to be an amazing month. Spring has gone so quickly and summer has just tumbled out of nowhere. I’ve got some […]

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Books & Writing

May Book Wrap Up.

Slow reading month, owing mostly to slogging my way through the first of Robin Hobb’s epic fantasy series, The Farseer Trilogy. I also read Melina Marchetta’s On the Jellicoe Road in the space of a day, but I’m not counting that because it’s about the millionth time I’ve read that perfect piece of fiction.

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Books & Writing, Life

9 things I learned starting my own book club.

Somewhere in a kitchen in Neukölln, Berlin, a bunch of expats gathered around a table for the launch event of my new book club. I’ve been wanting to start a book club for ages (years, maybe). Socialising with books! Talking about books! Drinking and books! These are all my favourite things. So I gathered a […]

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Travel

To the lighthouse, Byron Bay.

The lighthouse at Byron Bay is an insanely popular tourist attraction. The best way to get up there is walking, although it’s quite a steep hill, especially in the Australian summer. We battled the heat to reach the top, along with about a million other spectators, here to witness the beauty of the northern New […]

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Books & Writing

April Book Wrap Up.

After a crazy first of May in Berlin I’m finally back to blogging. Admittedly I’ve been letting it slide a little lately because I’ve been working so hard on finishing my New Adult novel Brew Books, which you can read on Wattpad now. With all that writing I only put away 3 books this month, but they […]

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Travel

A few snaps from Scotland.

Just some snaps from Scotland, featuring hairy coos, a lot of rain, the Loch Ness, Edinburgh, Arthur’s seat and a cat! This was a while ago, when I still had gross orange hair halfway through dying it blonde.

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Books & Writing

March Book Wrap Up.

March is done! I’m in Australia right now, visiting home for three weeks, so I’m having a little taste of summer before heading back to cold Europe. If you want a taste of my Aussie adventures, I’m always documenting them all over on my Instagram. The flight from Berlin to Brisbane is long anyway (flying […]

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Travel

The Farm, Byron Bay.

Just outside of Byron Bay in New South Wales is The Farm. It’s a working farm which the public is free to stroll around in, home to cows, pigs, sheep and vegetables, as well as a macadamia orchard where you can crack and eat macadamias fresh from the trees. There’s also a restaurant, a café, […]

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Life

March Goals.

February was a killer month. I’m wildly productive when I’m single; so I guess silver linings and all. I have been devouring books, writing loads, experimenting and having more fun with my Instagram, planning more exciting blog posts, and having some wild nights out in Berlin with beautiful people. I also read out a nonfic […]

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Berlin, Life

How to celebrate International Women’s Day in Berlin.

March 8 is International Women’s Day, or Frauen*kampftag in Germany, which, for the unacquainted (welcome out from under your rock), is a day to commemorate the fight for women’s rights, and to celebrate how far we’ve come. This year’s theme is #PressforProgress, in response to recent movements in journalism to fight for equality, like the […]

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