To mark five years of blogging on this site, here are five things the last year has taught me about writing.
I hope this poem may bring you a little peace in the middle of all this coronavirus chaos.
I like nothing better than escaping into a good book. It's my favourite kind of holiday; taking a break from my own life and delving into someone else's, finding solace between pages.
I sat down to write an epic and hilarious love poem one Sunday afternoon...and came up with this, instead.
Autumn is beautiful inside and out. When I started writing poetry again, the first one I finished, shared and performed, was one about the best season of all; and it's time I shared it with you.
May was the most manic month of my year so far...and also, somehow, my most successful! Read about the shows, articles and experiences that have been inspiring me recently, and why I'm eating my words when it comes to Netflix.
Better late than never! My favourite's from the manic month of April, including plenty of theatre and a new go-to recipe.
It's one year since I started sharing my Monthly Muses, so I'm celebrating with a bumper post, full of my loves and inspiration from the month of March.
Today is World Poetry Day. I wrote this little piece on my lunch break at work and thought I'd share it with you.
The fourth in my Honest Haiku series, published for National Storytelling Week 2018.