Book Review Of The Twits By Roald Dahl

So after having an internship interview at a trade book publishing company yesterday, I caught the nostalgia bug and my creative juices were flowing so I thought that it would be fitting to revisit my collection of children’s books. As a child I absolutely LOVED Jacqueline Wilson, Enid Blyton, Lemony Snicket and of course, J.K Rowling. But … More Book Review Of The Twits By Roald Dahl

A Musical Connection

Two minuscule round speakers wrapped in tiny silicone jackets and linked by a pair of wiry threads which meet in the middle and loom frivolously from the rear end of an iPhone… These are what catch my eye when I glance around the tube carriage on the Victoria Line. Hip Hop, Blues, Classical, Indie, Pop, … More A Musical Connection

Surviving London

People say that it’s impossible to drive a vehicle in the central headquarters of the city of London, But try being a mere street walker, I guarantee you’ll be met with an equal share of hardships. Thus, I propose that every native Londoner, commuter and tourist follow my three tips to obtain their unofficial pedestrian’s … More Surviving London