Six Word Story

“I’m afraid he might say no…”

I wrote this six word story is relevance to a situation I was in. I look back at this now and realise how much I have grown since then, when asking people gave me anxiety. Anyways, with that aside, I am proud to acknowledge that this is my 100th blog post! At the start of the year, I refreshed my content and deleted some old posts that I wasn’t happy with. So technically this isn’t my 100th ever, but it is my 100th ever posted blog 🙂

Here’s to more happy blogging!


Six Word Story

Sorry for partially bombarding you with six word stories: I’ve had a random motivation to write them recently. I hope you don’t mind, and new readers please be patient as this is not all I do XD. This one seems relatable:

They grinned but then they frowned



I am using the ‘escapril’ prompts to write a couple of blog posts. A slightly poetic, proffesional piece of writing (but by no means perfect).

Describe A Smell – the smell I will describe is that of a granny – most importantly the old, well-used home.


The sweet smell of biscuits, laying in a tin.

A lively dancing fire, beckoning you in.

Cushions well-used, sitting in a wind of dust.

The warm whiff of baking, travelling like a gust.


Breathing in, I can sense the time.

Time ticking on, yet I don’t listen to the chime.

It tells me every hour: how old I am.

And that very soon, I’ll be grieving for my nan.


You and I, View | Poem By Nour Lee

This post has been produced for you by fellow blogger Nour Lee. We have been working in collaboration with each other, on the topic of poems. I have written a post for her blog also, it would be appreciated if you checked that out: and whilst your their, go and follow! This poem really stood out to me, I love it to bits. Ironically, the topic is love also.
Don’t be that way.
I hate the way you think
So realistically
Live a fairy dream

Bookish Rambles | Delirium, To Kill A Mockingbird, Of Mice And Men

I would like to take some time today to recap on some of the books I have read this year. You are probably not aware of how much of a bookworm I am but through my blog I would like to record my bookish thoughts as well as other things! I’m going to name this series ‘bookish rambles’ (inspired by Rhiana)

So, the best series of books I have ever read:




I picked up the first book of the series in a charity shop. I was looking for some new books and the words ‘charity shop’ were the first to appear in my mind. After reading the first one, I was totally hooked and had to go to the library to get the next two. I finished this series in about a week. The books are around 400 pages long though incredibly easy to read. Probably a bit too low a level for me but never less, the plot was brilliant. It took some very unexpected twists and turns. Out of all the trilogy, the third one was my favourite? A bit hard to say though! They were all amazing.

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