[blog post] may recap

Hello lovely readers~ How the hell is it June already? Now that we’ve reached the centrefold of the year I’ve decided to partake in the monthly recaps that are so popular among bloggers, if not for the sole purpose of having an excuse to update this thing. Yes, I’m lazy, I know. But May has… Continue reading [blog post] may recap

[review] the perks of being a wallflower

A fifteen-year-old boy only just becoming aware of the joys of masturbation? That I don’t buy. This book had been around long before I had a chance to read it—there’s already been a movie made, for God’s sake! I am usually pretty slow to jump on bandwagons (I still haven’t read Harry Potter and probably never… Continue reading [review] the perks of being a wallflower

[blog post] the freedom(?) of the unemployed

After five years teaching English in Japan, I have packed up my belongings, my soon-to-be husband, and marginally overweight cat and made my not-so-glorious return to Australia and unemployment. Hooray(?) for me! I suppose the one good thing to come out of the fruitless task of tracking down work in rural NSW is that I… Continue reading [blog post] the freedom(?) of the unemployed

[blog post] drawing counts as writing, right?

Camp NaNoWriMo July 2015 is underway and I … am already behind. While I could whip up excuses about how I’m tired and it’s hard balancing a full-time job, an online store, an exercise routine and house work but the fact of the matter is I’m just not focused. I’m in the middle of a… Continue reading [blog post] drawing counts as writing, right?

[blog post] the countdown is on

One week until Camp NaNoWriMo July 2015 officially gets underway. I’ve not had much luck with the NaNo experience, having quit partway through last year’s November haul. I made it to the 30k mark on a literary project specifically designed for the event only to label it a monumental piece of shite about two weeks… Continue reading [blog post] the countdown is on