An Ode to my Inner Shakespeare

Having stumbled across my A Level coursework folder, I discovered this award winning piece I created - an 1,000 word extract from my own Shakespeare style play, written in full iambic pentameter (ie, 10 syllables per line, in a soft-hard syllable pronunciation) with rhyming couplets and Shakespearian grammar. It received full marks and, although now... Continue Reading →

“Boyfriend (n); a person’s regular male companion”

I suppose I have mixed views on feminism. I’m all for women earning more and being the main breadwinner, standing on top of the world throwing dollar bills into the air (for narrative purpose only - alas we do not have the same effect with our pound coins) and laughing at our triumphant finale in... Continue Reading →

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