23 years old. A writer of short stories, novels, and articles about TV, film and writing. Shortlisted for the Suffolk SNAP awards
Outlander Season 3: So Far
Series 3, Episode 1—The Battle Joined After Jamie sent Claire through the stones, episode one takes place right after the events of the season finale. As we gathered from the 60 minute season finale Frank has taken Claire back; pregnant and missing Jamie, she reluctantly returns to a more mundane way of living. In the storyline of season three, we get to see the development of both Claire and Jamie's life.
*Rapture: Alternate Ending* The daughter of the happily married fallen angels, Daniel Grigori and Lucinda Price, is approaching her 17th birthday without friends and avoided by boys who think they'll burst into flames if she goes near to them. She's spiraling into someplace dark. Then an offer is proposed: She's allowed to travel to New York to train with the Shadowhunters...taking the chance to make new friends she gets more she gets more than she bargained for.
Differences Between 'Shadowhunters' and 'The Mortal Instruments'
In this piece of writing, I aim to talk about some of the major differences between the books and the TV show Shadowhunters. Obviously, I will not get everything that's different between the two, but I hope to discuss additional scenes and differences in characters.
The New Herondale
Sophie's feet climbed the stairs, growing heavier with every step. Panic exploded in her chest with the noise of the metal that clanged with every step. The bag on her back made her look like a hiker, rising above her head like a large black shadow. Despite the fullness of it, Sophie held everything she needed in her frozen hands, the leather pad thick with paper and stained with ink. She knew she'd mess up if she tried to explain it herself.
Between Here and There
She had only meant to swim a little way out when a rush of movement thrust her forward. In her final moments, it wasn’t the water that got her, it was the cold. It mangled her limbs into excruciating uselessness, no matter how much she fought to keep her head above the water, foaming waves pushed her to the ocean floor. Her heart thumped a single heavy beat as she was propelled into the thick seaweed.
British Holidays: Caister-On-Sea
Staying in a caravan as an eighteen-year-old with your fellow adult family felt like a much different affair than it had been the last time. Every holiday of ours had been spent in a caravan, apart from one in which Dad treated us to a hotel (our first). So the Wilks family has experienced their fair share of caravans. It wasn't like we'd ever been abroad either. Not together anyway, if you can remember my Berlin travel piece.
The Door to Freedom
9:00 “Just think,” Jess Lewis said, her voice trembling on the last word, “It’s our last day together.” The tone in the room shifted, my entire family quieted at the sound of my best friend sniffing. In the corner of my eye, I saw my parents glare at her from across the restaurant, her words a tough reminder on this otherwise happy day.
Are Werewolf/Vampire Books Worth Writing?
Remus And Sirius in Harry Potter. Sam, Grace, and Cole in Shiver. Luke Graymark in The Mortal Instruments. All brilliant examples of werewolves in books (ones I’ve read anyway). Oh! And don’t forget Jacob Black and we all know where he’s from.
The internet knows writing. It's filled with resources and people that will read your writing and give you feedback. This is especially useful if you're not formally studying a writing course. For me, this is how it was. One day I was scrolling through Facebook and I came across this website as shown above.