“23rd November 1963: according to Gerry and the Pace-makers, at the end of a storm there’s a golden sky, and the sweet silver song of lark. They’re still at number one, but breathing down their… View Full Post View Post

“You know Xing Li; the tongue is like the rudder of a ship. It’s such a small part of the body, yet it controls everything that comes out. You can really destroy someone with your words. The… View Full Post View Post

Author: Richard Marcello                         Published: 2018                               Pages: 60 This is the… View Full Post View Post

I recently went to Oxford with my flatmate Jaz (she blogs over at whatsyourfutureplan.) Before we left, we looked up the booky places in the city so we knew where we were heading throughout the day.… View Full Post View Post

“I realised for the first time how much of this whole dementia experience would be dictated by my one reactions and behaviour. I had to pull myself together and stop imagining that strangers were creeping round the… View Full Post View Post

 “”Did you hear what I said? One mistake.” “One fucking enormous, stupid mistake,” Alex whispered. “Exactly. That’s all.” She pulled away so that she could tilt his chin to look at her. “Now get over it. Buck… View Full Post View Post