Without a doubt, Saftich has an excellent ability to create a believable fictional world. Her futuristic version of earth, the human race and its space exploration is intriguing.
Author: Alice Jane
I'm a 20-something-year-old graduate who needed a creative outlet, and this is the result. I love books, baking, writing, music and drawing in any combination and I want to share these with whoever might be interested. Peruse at your pleasure.
Please can we stop talking about weight
To put it bluntly, I am tired of hearing people talk about weight. How much they’ve lost. How much they’ve gained. That they should really lose a few pounds. That they’re trying this new diet to get slimmer. Or an app, or fasting programme, or whatever else is supposed to make your body take up less space.
REVIEW: “The Music Shop” – Rachel Joyce
If you like music, quirky romance, and a heart-warming story, The Music Shop is the perfect little world in which to escape, as well as giving you an excellent playlist of things to listen to.
“Where do you see yourself in five years?”
Nope. No thank you. Next question please.
Molly and Bella
A4 charcoal portrait drawn from reference photo
This is my first baking blog post, so I thought I’d combine three of my favourite flavours for an Autumnal treat: cinnamon, salted caramel, and apple. *salivates* This was a bit of an experiment, and I wasn’t sure how it would work, but they turned out better than I expected so I’ll definitely be giving […]
The Versatile Blogger Award
This is my first ever blogger award, so thank you to Niamh at niamhrblogs for the nomination! Her content is so brilliant and varied, so do go and check it out! I’ve read some other posts on this award, and it seems a great way to get to know people better, and to discover new blogs […]
REVIEW: “How to Stop Time” – Matt Haig
Haig’s characters are engaging and so painfully real I wanted to sit down with them and share a pot of tea
Why everyone should be singing
No one should be held back because they think they ‘can’t sing’. Everybody can sing. Every person with a voice can make music with it.
All the twenty-somethings (all the twenty-somethings), all the twenty-somethings (all the twenty-somethings), all the twenty-somethings with little-to-no clue what you’re doing, put your hands up! …yeah OK, Beyoncé’s lyrics were better. This blog took a while for me to write. Even though it was very therapeutic, it was also difficult to determine how much to […]