Creative Writing Group!

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Since October or so, Sarah and I have been going to a creative writing group inManchester. Sarah told me about it and I started to go with her and now we try and go every week or as often as we can. I’ve always wanted to join something like this because it’s fun to meet new people, especially other people who have an interest in something creative! I’ve made new friends there, built my confidence and I always have a wonderful time.

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Big Bones by Laura Dockrill

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Big Bones is the first book i’ve read from Laura Dockrill. I’ve heard a lot about her work and wanted to read something by her for a long time. When Big Bones was released i thought this would be my perfect introduction in to her work. I was not wrong at all.  Continue reading

The Lit & Phil – Newcastle

Last week, me and my partner took an over night trip to Newcastle. I’d been wanting somewhere semi-new (I’ve been before) to explore and to get away from our city for a while. Newcastle seemed like a good option, with it’s museum options, shops and historic places to visit.

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The Second YALC announcement

Last week the first set of YALC authors were announced, which means my YALC TBR has officially started to take place. I wrote a post about the books that were now on my YALC TBR last week that you can see HERE if you want to know what i’ll be reading until July.

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LGBTQ+ Book Club – Night Two

As most of you know we announced our LGBTQ+ Book Club a few months ago, and that it will now be held once a month in a cafe in Manchester. In March we had our first book club night (after a lot of snow fuss) and it went really well – you can see the post HERE. on the 4th of April we had our second evening after setting Every Day by David Levithan to read.

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Love, Simon – Film Chat

I feel like i’m the last person to have seen this movie. Every blogger i know and friend i have has already been to an early screening of Love, Simon – and to be honest, i have been gutted that i’ve had to wait so long. At the earliest chance i got i took myself off to the cinema and cried my way through the movie.

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