Now there's only one way to start off the New Year and it's with the book that I initially closed 2016 on. During my time at HarperCollins, I had the pleasure of working with so many brilliant individuals from marketing, publicity, and even editorial. It had became well-known around the office that I was a huge … Continue reading Armageddon Out of Here by Derek Landy: A Review!
When you think of a girl, what is the first thing you think of? Maybe she's pretty. She has freckles and a good laugh. She has certain habits and different tastes, talents that you don't possess. Maybe she's smarter than you, and you don't like it. What if you could make your own perfect girl, … Continue reading ‘Only Ever Yours’ by Louise O’Neill: Are you a perfect girl?
Man oh man time certainly does fly when you're having fun. I've been looking back at the past two months and realising how lucky I have been to even get this internship at HarperCollins. Now that it's coming to a close, I find myself asking a lot of questions about my future, and what exactly … Continue reading Monday Musings: Working in Publishing? AMA!
I'll be honest, for the past couple of months I've been plateauing creatively. It's been a special kind of hell watching all my talented friends and followers create beautiful and in-depth projects, and I was only able to watch and hope that I'll be able to provide something of the same calibre. And that's when … Continue reading Sharing Books!
Well. It's certainly been an interesting week. Not just for the Americans, but for every onlooker around the world. So in the theme of watching from the sidelines here's my review on Ham on Rye. We follow Charles Bukowski's semi-autobiographical story through the eyes of character Henry Chinaski. Henry tells us of all his escapades from … Continue reading Ham on Rye by Charles Bukowski: A Review!
Wow! It's been a while since I've made one of these posts - turns out there's no rest for the wicked. I just wanted to get a chance to settle in, but of course, when in Rome London I have to take things as they come. What is it like to work in HarperCollins, you ask? … Continue reading Graduate Life: HarperCollins! (Part 4)
For the past year, I had wondered what exactly my impact would be upon not only the people close to me, but the legacy I would leave behind. Of course this sounds more on the bleak side, but since the long journey of education is over, (at least, for the time being) I'm finding myself … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: The Importance of Diversity & My Blog