moon child // Film Review: Room

Published by Huffington Post. Based on Emma Donoghue’s acclaimed novel of the same name, Room focalises on Jack, a five-year-old boy held captive with his mother Joy Newsome in a squalid shed at the bottom of Old Nick’s garden – a narrative in-part inspired by five-year-old Felix who was one of the children fathered by […]

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moon child // The Wonders of Pinterest

One of my favourite social media sites that I’ve had for a long time but recently rediscovered my love for is: Pinterest. Pinterest is essentially a wonderwall of pictures, collages and moodboards that allow you to build your own dream life and aesthetic in your own little pretty corner of the internet. On my Pinterest, […]

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Top 5 Books You Should Be Reading in 2016

You’d probably expect a literature student to constantly have their head buried in a book. You expect them to be a complete and utter bookworm, practically eating the neated pressed piles of paper like tictacs. But, not me. To my eternal irritation, I’m actually quite a slow reader. I usually need a bit of a […]

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‘moon child’ Fiction Published in Germ Magazine

Happy new year, everyone! It’s been a great start of January for me and I’m on my way to fulfilling one of my New Year’s resolutions (get more fiction published) as I’ve just found out that, ‘The iBrain’, a short story I wrote when I was 18 in my first creative writing semester at university, […]

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