My First Two Weeks of Uni!

Hey everyone! Firstly, I know I’ve been a bit lame and crap at uploading new posts the last month or so, but 2 weeks ago I finally moved to uni for my first year and things have been hectic! However, now I’m all settled in, I’m aiming to do one-two posts per week (I hope)! […]

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Taking a Gap Year

It’s that time of year again when people have to start worrying about personal statements and university applications – and even still trying to decide what course to take. I had this exact problem two years ago when my school started giving talks on personal statement writing and where to apply – and I still […]

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August Reads

If you’ve read my monthly catch up – which hopefully you have! – you’ll find out that this month has been extremely busy for me. Which is all well and good, and it has been a great month, but it left me with very little time to read. However, I decided to continue with this […]

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Paper Towns: Film Review

With the release of Paper Towns this week, the film adaptation of John Green’s book of the same title, I’m sure every John Green fan who eagerly awaited The Fault in Our Stars has been queuing up to see this new film. Despite all the excitement about this film, I have to be honest and […]

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Go Set A Watchman – Harper Lee: Book Review

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is one of those books that everybody’s read at some point or another in their lives (and if you haven’t you should be ashamed of yourself), and until now, Harper Lee hasn’t published any other work. However, two days ago came the release of Go Set a Watchman, […]

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Favourite Writers

The other day I was looking through my books and there are certain authors that crop up a lot, and it got me to thinking about my favourite writers. While I think anyone with the determination to actually complete writing a novel is admirable, and to get it published is even more of an achievement, […]

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Applying to Study English Literature

It took me an absolute age to decide what I wanted to study at university (my indecision is actually the reason why I’m taking a gap year at the moment), but when I eventually decided, it turned out I made the wrong choice! I originally applied to do joint English Literature and German Language, but […]

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