Rosie J. Sargent
Hello, my lovelies! Welcome, I write everything from the very strange to the wonderful; daring and most certainly different. I am an avid coffee drinker and truth advocate.
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Hello and welcome to May's edition of the Online Book Club! I hope you are well and doing your best as always. May has been a hellish tough month that has thrown me into my own psychological prison, unable to escape the events of past. I am too tired to live within the present, and exhusted for the future ahead. As such, I have been cursed with the dreaded readers slump; a bilbophiles worst nightmare.
Three days before I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy, I finally received my eagerly awaited Personal Independence Payment (PIP) review. I was born with Cerebral Palsy, and have spent many long hours waiting for tedious hospital appointments and check ups. On many occasions from a very young age, I have been poked and podded like a voodoo doll. I have also been under the knife more than once, and I'm certain that I will have to endure another cut at some point in my life. My disability is a neurological condition, there is (as of yet) no cure, this is my life, this is my normal.
Hello lovelies, I hope we are all well and doing our best as always. I wanted to write this article to 1) help other writers and 2) have a reminder to myself when I create new characters and maybe need a quick refresher. When I think about developing characters for the first time for a short story I am immediately sent back to my acting class. I can see the theortical characterisation worksheet in front of me. A tingey yellow with a bold bullet point font asking 21 questions.
Anne Boleyn Should be Pardoned
Hello, lovelies, fellow vocalists, and other misfits, weirdos and geeks out there! I hope we are all well and doing our best as always. This week, I wanted to write about the infamous Anne Boleyn on the 486th anniversary of her execution slash death (no pun intended). I think most of us are familiar with the story of Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn. After so many books and film adaptions, how could you not know who Anne Boleyn was?